Engraving, History, Etching, Printmaking, creating with the arts
"[My work] aims, in the first place, at presenting a descriptive survey of the history of engraving on metal throughout the various centuries and schools, considerable space being devoted to the more important engravers, the names of lesser account being cites just so far as they contribute towards a connected view of the whole development, and a balanced estimate of relative artistic values. It is especially in this relation that I feel the importance of the inclusion of a chapter on modern etchers and engravers, who, in books of this kind, have seldom been treated in their natural place beside the older masters." -- from preface by Arthur M. Hind.
"Unabridged and unaltered republication of the third, fully revised edition, as published by Houghton Mifflin Company in 1923"--T.p. verso.
1st ed. originally published under title: A short history of engraving & etching.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 393-419) and indexes.