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early Connecticut engraver and his work

Albert Carlos Bates

early Connecticut engraver and his work

by Albert Carlos Bates

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Published by [The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company] in Hartford .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Connecticut,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Brunton, Richard, fl. 1800.,
    • Bookplates, American.,
    • Engraving -- United States.,
    • Connecticut -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Albert C. Bates ...
      GenreBiography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNE539.B8 B2
      The Physical Object
      Pagination48 p.
      Number of Pages48
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6971131M
      LC Control Number06021959
      OCLC/WorldCa8199944

      Elkanah Tisdale () was an American engraver, miniature painter and was known for the famous cartoon "The Gerry-Mander", published in the Boston Gazette on 26 March , which led to the coining of the term gerrymandering.. Biography. Elkanah Tisdale was born in in Lebanon, father ran a wagon shop in Lebanon before moving to New York City in Hamlin had no formal schooling in the engraving trade and made his own tools for the work in mezzotint, aquatint and stipple. He did, however, have some training as an engraver under the supervision of Samuel Canfield, a goldsmith and silversmith in Middletown, Connecticut (the town where his father was born in ).

      Jeremiah Dummer, –, early American silversmith and engraver, b. Newbury, Mass. He was apprenticed () to John Hull and set up as a silversmith in Boston c He held several public offices, was known as a merchant, and engraved plates for currency (in he printed the first paper money in Connecticut). He may have painted the portraits of himself and his wife and of John. The early life of Joseph Smith covers his life from his birth to the end of Smith was born in Sharon, Vermont, the fifth of eleven children born to Joseph and Lucy Mack Smith. By , Smith's family had moved to the "burned-over district" of western New York, an area repeatedly swept by religious revivals during the Second Great Awakening.

        Among his early engravings are a chart of Saybrook Bar at the entrance to the Connecticut River and a diploma for Yale College. It was there, in , that he published his New and Correct Map of the United States, the first map of the new United States to be printed and published in America and one of the first to show the flag of the new nation. John Frederick Kensett was an American engraver and landscape painter, the leader of the second generation of the Hudson River school artists.


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Advanced embedding details, examples, and help. No_Favorite. share. An early Connecticut engraver and his work by Bates, Albert Carlos, b. Publication date Topics Brunton, Richard, fl.Bookplates, American, Engraving -- United States, Connecticut -- Biography Publisher Hartford: [The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company] CollectionPages: An early Connecticut engraver and his work / By b.

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Allyn Hyde of Ellington, Connecticut, together with a review of "An early Connecticut engraver and his work." Author: James Terry; Howard Coppuck Levis; Lessing J.

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His work was well executed and he certainly deserves his fame as the first Connecticut engraver. The second Connecticut engraver was Joel Allen, who was born in Farmington, now Southington, Conn., inthe son of Daniel Allen, a store and tavern keeper of that town.

Details Descriptive Terms. Bookplates, American. Engraving Biography. Originator. Bates, Albert Carlos, b. Publication. Hartford [The Case, Lockwood & Brainard. AN EARLY CONNECTICUT ENGRAVER AND HIS WORK.

48, frontispiece plus 42 plates; printed stiff paper wrappers, edges browned and a trifle rubbed, fore-edges uncut; Case, Lockwood & Brainard, Hartford, Conn., First edition.

*The life and work of Richard Brunton, a counterfeiter of paper money printed from plates cut by himself. An early Connecticut engraver and his work, Author: Bates, Albert Carlos, Note: Hartford: [The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company], Link: page images at HathiTrust: No stable link: This is an uncurated book entry from our extended bookshelves, readable online now but without a stable link here.

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But it is for his important role in early American cartography that Lucas is best remembered. $ H.S. Tanner. "Connecticut." From Tanner's Universal Atlas. Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, [] 11 1/4 x Engraving by E.B. Dawson. Full original hand color. Very good condition. An Early Connecticut Engraver and His Work.

Hartford, Connecticut: [The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company], Articles "Connecticut's Engraved Bills of Credit, ". In Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society. 46, p. Worcester, Massachusetts, "The Expedition of Sir Edmund Andros to Connecticut in ".

The traditional engraving patterns dating back to Colt’s 19th century masters have survived more than years, with many of the most desirable created by Richard Henshaw (principal engraver for Colt from to ), Gustave Young and his successor, Cuno A.

Helfricht, at the Colt factory in Hartford, Connecticut. An Early Connecticut Engraver and His Work by Albert Carlos Bates () "One of these restrikes is in the Connecticut Historical Society, one in the Massachusetts Historical Society, one in private ownership in Hartford.

Elkanah Tisdale ( – May 1 ) was an American engraver, miniature painter and was known for the famous cartoon "The Gerry-Mander", published in the Boston Gazette on 26 Marchwhich led to the coining of the term gerrymandering. Biography. Elkanah Tisdale was born in in Lebanon, father ran a wagon shop in Lebanon before moving to New York City.

Personal heraldry has been used in what is now the United States since the earliest European settlements. This roll of arms borne in the present-day United States beforecompiled by AHS members, is intended to document the vitality of the American heraldic tradition over the years.

Author of An early Connecticut engraver and his work, Captain Enoch Powers and his wife Sophia Teresa Collins, Fighting the Revolution with printer's ink in Connecticut, The charter of Connecticut, "Charter Oak", Captain Enoch Powers and, his wife Sophia Teresa Collins, with notes on their descendants, Supplementary list of books printed in Connecticut,Second supplementary .Connecticut First Early Inhabitants Timeline.

16, BC - A mile-high glacier covered the area. (WSJ, 9/3/98, p.A16) 12, - 9, years ago - Paleo-Indian Culture Paleo-Indians inhabited the Connecticut region s years ago, exploiting the resources along rivers and streams.

They used a wide range of stone tools and engaged in hunting, gathering, fishing, woodworking, and ceremonial.Early life. As a child, Abel Buell apprenticed with a goldsmith. By he was financially secure and married his girlfriend.

InBuell was apprenticed, Madison, Connecticut to master silversmith and his future brother-in-law, Ebenezer nden has the distinction of having produced more individual, surviving silver pieces, than any other silversmith in Connecticut.