Australian painter, printmaker, book designer, lecturer, collector, gallery director and publisher of limited edition artists’ books, of Irish decent. He worked as a draughtsman before entering war service in the British Admiralty from 1940 to 1949, including five years in Colombo, where he made sketching trips to jungle temples with the Buddhist monk and artist Manjsiro Thero. Between ...
German, 20th century, male.
Born 1889; died 1969.
Self-taught, Alastair lived in Germany and often in Paris, where he was drawn to the study of black magic and transvestism. He worked for European and American publishers, illustrating many literary works by authors including Théophile Gautier, Barbey d'Aurevilly, Laclos, Mérimée, Poe, L'Abbé Prévost, Wedekind and Oscar Wilde....
American, 20th–21st century, female.
Born 19 November 1960, in L’Anse (Michigan).
Book artist, poet, performance artist, publisher, educator. Artists’ books, wallpaper.
Sally Alatalo completed her undergraduate degree in fine art at Kansas City Art Institute in 1982 and her master’s degree in fine art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in ...
Jeffrey Chipps Smith
See Glockendon family
German, 17th century, male.
Active in Heidelberg.
Johann, the brother of Klemens Ammon, worked in Heidelberg and Frankfurt between 1645 and 1654. A publisher of engravings and a bookseller, he and his brother continued the publication of Bibliotheca calcographica after the death of Theodor de Bry....
Swedish, 19th century, male.
Born 11 January 1877, in Stockholm; died 28 November 1906.
Oskar Andersson was a cartoonist who worked for numerous illustrated journals.
Stockholm, 21 Nov 1988: A Dream (ink and watercolour, a pair, each 13½ × 9½ ins/34.5 × 24 cm) ...
French, 19th century, male.
Born 13 December 1780, in Paris; died 3 August 1855.
Louis Arsenne tried his hand at various painting genres but enjoyed more success as an author and publisher. Among his books is his Painter and Sculptor's Handbook ( Manuel du peintre et du sculpteur...
German, 15th century, male.
Born c. 1435; died 1504.
Painter, miniaturist, illuminator, writer, printer. Religious subjects.
School of Alsace.
Hans Baemler's name appears for the first time in 1453. He established himself in Augsburg as a printer. His name appears on two miniatures, a Crucifixion...
German illuminator and printer . He is listed in the Augsburg tax rolls from 1453 as a scribe and from 1477 as a printer. Bämler belonged to the guild of painters, glassmakers, woodcut-makers and goldbeaters, eventually achieving the rank of Zwollfer (director). Examples of his youthful work are two signed miniatures dated ...
American, 19th century, male.
Born 19th century, in Chariton (Iowa).
Charles L. Bartholomew worked for the Minneapolis Journal and signed himself:
American, 20th century, female.
Born 3 June 1954, in St Louis (Missouri).
Book artist, educator. Artists’ books.
Carol June Barton earned her BFA in painting from Washington University in St Louis. Working as an administrator at the Glen Echo Park Arts Center, Washington, DC, she was invited to participate in her first artists’ book project. Her book, an edition of 200 titled ...
English printer and publisher . He developed skills in calligraphy and monumental inscription–cutting apparently without an apprenticeship. Aged 19 he went to Birmingham to teach writing and bookkeeping and also to cut tombstones. Around 1740 he entered into business as a manufacturer of japanned goods, at which he proved highly successful. The proceeds enabled him to purchase a large house outside Birmingham and to start experimenting with type-founding ...
British, 19th century, male.
Born 31 July 1804, in Lewes (Sussex); died 11 January 1867, in Sydenham, near London.
Painter, watercolourist, engraver, lithographer. History painting, portraits.
George Baxter was the son of a publisher and bookseller and was apprenticed to a wood engraver in London. In ...
He settled in Venice c. 1480 and in 1483 was running a bookshop at the sign of St Jerome in the Merceria and published the Supplementum chronicarum of Jacobus Philippus Foresti (Bergomensis; 1434–1520). Between then and 1543, the year of the publication of Girolamo Savonarola’s ...
French, 20th century, male.
Raymond Bergevin was the illustrator and publisher of La Vendée de Clemenceau (1931).
French, 18th century, male.
Active towards the end of the 18th century.
Engraver, print publisher.
Louis Berthet was active in Paris, engraving portraits and genre scenes. Most of his engravings were after Binet, and were made for illustrating books (for example seven engravings for Contemporary Women...
French, 20th century, male.
This artist was the illustrator and publisher of A. Hérenger's Exorcismes, in the town of Vitrolles.
Bulgarian cartoonist, illustrator, draughtsman, painter, teacher, editor and critic. In 1926 he studied painting at the Academy of Art, Sofia, and although he was later known for his paintings, he achieved greater fame as a political and social cartoonist and newspaper and magazine illustrator. His early cartoons are courageous commentaries on political events in Bulgaria from ...
German, 17th century, male.
Active in Germany.
Draughtsman, engraver (burin), print publisher. Ornaments, decorative designs, frontispieces.
Paul Birckenhultz's engravings included ornamental plates, frontispieces and various works for silver- and goldsmiths. Mention should also be made of an engraving depicting The Four Elements.
See Bolswert family