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This work examines the growth of the English lithographic trade and commercial development of the colour lithograph in the second half of the nineteenth century. This growth was due to the increasing popularisation of artistic self-education amongst the Victorian middle classes. Included is a study of the largest and most prestigious lithographic firm during this time, Day and Son Ltd. Some account is given of the arrangements between publishers and printers of colour lithographs. The work of the Arundel Society is discussed and so too are several aspects of the use of colour lithographs in bound books.

ISBN 1-84045-012-6
Art for the Victorian Household
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Kathy Kajander Tidman
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