Robert Benard - 18th Century Engraving, Eperonnier, Plate I
DescriptionRobert Benard - Original 18th Century Engraving. Full title reads 'Eperonnier, Etamage des Mors'. After the illustration by Louis-Jacques Goussier in Diderot's Encyclopaedia. Laid on card and in a white mount measuring (53 x 40 cm), as shown. Signed in plate. On laid. Foxing. Wear to edges of page but this is hidden by the mount. Discolouration to top edge of mount.Louis-Jacques Goussier is famous for his work on Diderot's encyclopaedia. He was the first drawer to be hired on that project, in 1747 and he did himself more than 900 plates and directed the drawing of the others. Some call Goussier the third encyclopaedist, after Diderot and d'Alembert.
36.5 x 23.5cm (14.4" x 9.3")Sheet: 42.5 x 27cm (16.7" x 10.6") Plate: 36 x 22.5cm (14.2" x 8.9")
From a collection of 18th century prints by Robert Bernard, after the illustrations of Louis-Jacques Goussier in Diderot's Encyclopaedia.
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|Dimensions||36.5 x 23.5cm|
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