Henry Moses 1814 - Greek Vase (6)

Catalog Number 51125
 
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Artist Biography:

Henry Moses (1782 - 1870) born in London and died in Cowley England; this early Jewish artist was one of the Master engravers of the English school of the beginning of the XIX century. His conscientious art makes his work very collectable. It was during the many years of being attached to the British Museum that he created much of his work, consisting of engraving of antiquities, old vases, statues etc. Moses most important work was Selection of Ornamental Sculptures from the Museum of the Louvre.

Date:

1814 for Priestley and Weale

Source:

Vases from the Collection of Sir Henry Englefield Bart

Volume:

1

Plate No.:

31

Description:

Vase

Print Method:

Copper plate engraving on woven watermarked paper

Condition:

Overall Excellent

Size of Print:

265 x 170 mm. (approximately 10 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches)

Size of Leaf:

265 x 170 mm. (approximately 10 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches)

References:

E. Benezit Dictionnaire Des Peintres Sculpteurs Dessinateurs Vol 7 pg 563

Price:
$75.00
SKU:
51125
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