Eighteen chiaroscuro woodcuts after J.
Collection of eighteen woodcuts by John Baptist Jackson, 17391743
© Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, University of Glasgow
- 72 x 53 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £2,000 ( Total: £8,000)
- Acquired in:
- Mrs C E Lloyd-Jacob
Bassano, F.Bassano, L. Bassano, Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto, & Rembrandt. Published by G.B.Pasquale, Venice. John Baptist Jackson was Britain's first outstanding wood block artist, best known for his revival of the chiaroscuro woodcut and for his adaptation of the colour woodcut to wallpaper printing.
Sir Roger Newdigate; by descent to Lord Daventry; The Newdigate Settlement sale, Christie's 1/7/87, lot 321; Mrs C.E.Lloyd-Jacob.
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