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Hand Colored Engraving "The Blacksmith" after Pu-Qua, circa 1820

Item Details

Title and Author/Editor: The Blacksmith (Pu Qua), The Costumes of China (G.H. Mason)
Genre: Fashion
Illustrator: After Pu-Qua (China, 1494 – 1552)
Type of Illustration: Engraving
Printer: W. Miller
Publication Year: 1820
Period: Late 18th/ Early 19th Century
Place of Publication: London
Additional Notes: A hand colored engraving “The Apothecary” engraved by Dadley after a painting by Pu Qua published in “The Costumes of China” by G.H. Mason. The print is accompanied by a text page with descriptions in English and French.

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Condition

- light toning to paper; some faint finger smudges to edges of pages; engraving paper is watermarked “J. Whatman 1821”

Dimensions

10.0" W x 14.0" H x 0.25" D

Item #

ITMG552846

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