A Memoir of Thomas Bewick Written by Himself: Embellished By Numerous Wood Engravings, Designed And Engraved By The Author For A Work On British ... Library Collection - Art and Architecture) Paperback – 12 Mar 2014
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Synonymous with finely crafted wood engravings of the natural world, Thomas Bewick (1753–1828) influenced book illustration well into the nineteenth century. Written between 1822 and 1828, Bewick's autobiography, also containing illustrations for a proposed work on British fish, was first published by his daughter Jane in 1862.
About the Author
Thomas Bewick (1753 1828) was a master of book illustration and wood engraving from Newcastle upon Tyne, England.