Rudolph Ackerman 1812 - East End of South Aisle

Catalog Number 48638
 
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Artist Biography:

Rudolph Ackermann [1764 – 1834] was born at Schneeberg, in Saxony; due to financial conditions he was unable to attend the university and became a saddler like his Father. He stayed a saddler and coach-builder in different German cities, then moved to Paris, and London, where in 1795 he established a print-shop and drawing-school Ackermann set up a lithographic press and opened a business in copper lithographs. Ackermann was a creative and efficient publisher, who brought innovative techniques to the commercial production of color plate books as well as an uncompromising attention to detail which ensured uniform high quality. Ackermann published many decorative hand-colored prints. He also oversaw a workshop where the prints he produced were colored.

Date:

1812

Source:

The History of the Abbey Church or St. Peter’s Westminster. Its Antiques and Monuments

Volume:

2

Plate No.:

38

Description:

East End of South Aisle [F. Mackenzie delt.] [J. Bluck sculpt.] Created October 1, 1811

Print Method:

Engraving-Aquatint on India paper

Condition:

Overrall Excellent

Size of Print:

343 x 278 mm. (approximately 13½ x 11 inches)

Size of Leaf:

343 x 278 mm. (approximately 13½ x 11 inches)

References:

Tooley, R.V. “English Books with Coloured Plates 1790-1860” pps. 1-7; Russell, Ronald “Guide to British Topographical Prints”

Price:
$125.00
SKU:
48638
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