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A Jay Christiaan Sepp

  • Details

    Artist/maker
    Christiaan Sepp (c. 1700 - 1775) (engraver)
    Jan Christiaen Sepp (1739 - 1811) (engraver)
    Object type
    print
    Material and technique
    watercolour over engraving on laid paper
    Dimensions
    425 x 274 mm (plate); 467 x 342 mm (sheet)
    Inscription
    Recto:
    lettered within the plate:
    top centre: GARRULUS
    bottom centre: Ex collectione plurimum reverendi Domini ADRIANI BUURT, | V. D. Ministri Amsteloedamensis. | C. et J.C. Sepp, Pater et Filius, sculpturam colorumque nativorum imitationem direxerunt.

    top left, in ink, struck through in ink: 210
    just to the right, in ink: 211

    Verso:
    top left, in graphite: Plate 2 Nederlan
    bottom right, in graphite: R/1/81
    top right, the Ruskin School's stamp
    Provenance

    Presented by John Ruskin to the Ruskin Drawing School (University of Oxford), 1875; transferred from the Ruskin Drawing School to the Ashmolean Museum, c.1949.

    No. of items
    1
    Accession no.
    WA.RS.RUD5.RUD.181
  • Subject terms allocated by curators:

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  • References in which this object is cited include:

    References

    Ruskin, John, Instructions in the Preliminary Exercises Arranged for the Lower Drawing-School (London: Smith, Elder, 1872), cat. Rudimentary no. 181-187

    Ruskin, John, Instructions in Practice of Elementary Drawing, Arranged with Reference to the First Series of Examples in the Drawings Schools of the University of Oxford (n.p., [1872]), cat. Rudimentary no. 181-187

    Ruskin, John, Instructions in the Preliminary Exercise Arranged For the Lower Drawing-School (London: Spottiswoode, 1873), cat. Rudimentary no. 181-187

Location

    • Western Art Print Room

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