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eBook Samuel Buck's Yorkshire sketchbook reproduced in facsimile from Lansdowne MS. 914 in the British Library download ISBN: 090186904X
Author: Samuel Buck
Publisher: Wakefield Historical Publications (1979)
Language: English
Pages: 420
ePub: 1820 kb
Fb2: 1569 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: History

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Samuel Buck's Yorkshire Sketchbook. Publisher:Wakefield Historical Publications& Place of Publication:Woolley, Engl. Publication Date:1979 Alternate Date (. . page: 213 Objects Contained: No Objects Attached To This Item Annotation

The British Library holds Samuel Buck’s earliest surviving work, a sketchbook of his home county, Yorkshire . Samuel and Nathaniel Buck – Past and present in the national landscape. Article by: Andrew Kennedy. Themes: Antiquarianism, Country.

The British Library holds Samuel Buck’s earliest surviving work, a sketchbook of his home county, Yorkshire, which he used on a series of tours between 1719 and 1720. These rough pen and ink sketches of country houses and town prospects were commissioned by John Warburton (1682-1759), a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. Warburton was at the time writing a new history of Yorkshire, for which he needed illustrations.

Buck, Samuel Buck’s Yorkshire Sketchbook Reproduced in Facsimile from Landsdowne MS. 914 in the British Library with an Introduction by Ivan Hall (Wakefield, 1979). 28. L. Stone and J. F. Stone, An Open Elite?

Samuel Buck (1696 – 17 August 1779) and his brother Nathaniel Buck (died 1759/1774) were English engravers and printmakers, best known for their Buck's Antiquities, depictions of ancient castles and monasteries. Samuel produced much work on his.

Samuel Buck (1696 – 17 August 1779) and his brother Nathaniel Buck (died 1759/1774) were English engravers and printmakers, best known for their Buck's Antiquities, depictions of ancient castles and monasteries. Samuel produced much work on his own but when the brothers worked together, they were usually known as the Buck Brothers. More is known about Samuel than Nathaniel.

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