2 edition of Six etchings by William Crotch found in the catalog.
Six etchings by William Crotch
|Statement||by ... O"Neill, of the ruins of the late fire at Christ Church, Oxford.|
|Contributions||Crotch, William, 1775-1847.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p., 8 plates :|
Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account. Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook. The etchings and bookplates reveal Hall's deep interest in and understanding of architecture. Book designed by Freeman Keith of the Stinehour Press. pages includes general index, index of prints and bookplates, catalogue of the memorial exhibition at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in The postal charges quoted are for an average-sized book.
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Crotch, William Etching, copper engraving. Printed title, 4 pages of descriptive text, reference to the plates, ground plan of the buildings destroyed by fire and six etchings.
Proof. Contains one copper engraving and six soft-ground etchings, but missing plate 6. ClaryCordeaux and Merry (Univ.) The fire here describedby text and illustration is supposed to.
Item Details. A scarce edition of Six etchings by William Crotch book Etchings By William Crotch, From Sketches By Mr. O’Neill, Of The Ruins Of the Late Fire At Christ Church, Which Is Prefixed Some Account Of the Fire, And the Buildings Injured By hed and sold by Robert Bliss, Bookseller, Oxford, and printed by N.
Bliss, this scarce hand-sewn booklet details the fire that took place at midnight on. Crotch, William Etching, copper engraving. Printed title, 4 pages of descriptive text, reference to the plates, ground plan of the buildings destroyed by fire and six etchings.
This copy contains one copper engraving and seven soft-ground etchings. ClaryCordeaux and Merry (Univ.) The fire here describedby text and illustration is supposed to have started around midnight.
Six Etchings by William Crotch, from sketches by Mr. O'Neill, of the ruins made by the fire at Christ Church, Oxford, March 3, Six Etchings by William Crotch, from sketches by Mr.
O’Neill, of the ruins made by the fire at Christ Church, Oxford, March 3, Etching, copper engraving. Crotch, William.
William Crotch and James Girtin Etching A rare soft-ground etching from William Crotch's Six Studies from Nature of Mountainous, Marine, & Rural Scenery ().Inscribed beneath image with title, 'Drawn & Etch'd by Wm.
Crotch' and 'Prepar'd & Aquafortis by Ino. Girtin'.William Crotch () was a young music prodigy. He was Professor of Music at Oxford.
William Crotch and James Girtin Soft-ground etching Rare soft ground etching by William Crotch from Six Studies from Nature of Mountainous, Marine, & Rural Scenery by William Crotch Lettered below the image with the title, and "Drawn & Etch'd by Wm.
Crotch", and "Prepar'd & Aquafortis by J. Girtin." and the number 6 above the image upper right. Printred on pink india laid paper.
Six Etchings by William Crotch from Sketches by Mr. O'Neill, of the Ruins of the Late Fire at Christ Church, Oxford. To which is prefixed some account of the fire, and the buildings injured by it. Published and Sold by Robert Bliss, Bookseller, Oxford. Printed by N. Bliss, Etching William Crotch and James Girtin London, Pubd.
Septr. 1, b J. Girtin, Engraver, Printer & Publisher, 11, Charles Street, Soho Square. Image x. I can also confirm that William Crotch, our first Principal, was indeed a keen amateur artist. We have a number of his drawing and watercolours in our Museum and Library collections, including a book of ‘Six etchings by William Crotch from Sketches by Mr O'Neill of the Ruins made by the Fire, Christ Church, Oxford, March 3, ’.
Estimate: £ - £ Description: William Crotch [ Norwich Taunton]- Cattle and a donkey grazing in parkland: inscribed in pencil on the reverse 'Clare Hall', said to be Mrs Sharpe's House, with the names of the cattle.
and dated October 4th watercolour and pencil drawing 30 x 41cm, unframed. * Biography. Dr William Crotch was born in Norwich. Ancients and moderns: William Crotch and the development of classical music by Howard Lee Irving (Book); William Crotch (): composer, artist, teacher by Jonathan Rennert (Book); Account of an infant musician: read at the Royal Society, Feb.
18, by Charles Burney (). After William Walcot RBA Re (): Drypoint Etching of the Mersey, Liverpool This is one of a series of five etchings by Walcot (), entitled 'Arteries of Great Britain', published by HC Dickins in in an edition of Although the word “etching” is commonly used to describe any print produced using intaglio printing methods, there are actually several types of etching techniques, each of which produces a different effect.
Over the centuries, artists from Rembrandt to Picasso have employed various etching techniques to completely different ends.
Image xPlate x mm, Sheet x mm. unmounted A rare soft-ground etching from William Crotch’s Six Studies from. William Crotch, Bernarr Rainbow The standard work adopted by serious students of music during the first half of the nineteenth century, Crotch's manual was twice reprinted and remained sufficiently influential to merit a further edition innine years after his death.
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Musician As a child, Dr Crotch, the musician and composer, was known as 'the musical phenomenon of Norwich'. He began his professional career as organist of Christ Church, Oxford, at the age of fifteen, and his greatest work was the oratorio Palestine, first performed in Crotch became the first principal of the Royal Academy of Music in s–s.
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At the age of about 18 months he began to pick out tunes on a small house organ which his father had built, and soon after his second birthday he had taught himself to play God Save the King with the bass.
An exceptional child prodigy at the keyboard, the organist and composer William Crotch () attracted the attention of both George III and Charles Burney, going on to become one of the most eminent musical figures of his day. Following a period of study in Cambridge, at the age of fifteen he was appointed organist at Christ Church, Oxford.