The Heath Family Engravers, 1779-1878
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The Heath Family Engravers, 1779-1878

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This work is a study of the growth and ultimate eclipse of the line engraver's art in Britain in the late-18th and early-19th centuries, as reflected through the work and fortunes of three generations of the Heath family.
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Published December 31st 1993 by Scolar Press (first published October 18th 1992)
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Michael Heath-Caldwell
John Heath's interesting book on the family and their involvment in developing the techniques of engraving and book publishing leading up to the development of photography.
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