New and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences: 'Turning'

Made:
1754 in London
publisher:
J Hinton
maker:
James Basire
Engraving: 'Turning'. Plate XLIV from New and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 1754. Printed for I. Hinton in Engraving: 'Turning'. Plate XLIV from New and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 1754. Printed for I. Hinton in Engraving: 'Turning'. Plate XLIV from New and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 1754. Printed for I. Hinton in

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Engraving: 'Turning'. Plate XLIV from New and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 1754. Printed for I. Hinton in
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Engraving: 'Turning'. Plate XLIV from New and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 1754. Printed for I. Hinton in
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Engraving: 'Turning'. Plate XLIV from New and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 1754. Printed for I. Hinton in
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Engraving. 'Turning'. Plate XLIV from New and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 1754. Printed for I. Hinton in Newgate Street [London]. Platemark 37x21.7cm on sheet 41x25.3cm. Two scenes in the plate, turning with treadle lathes in a workshop amid hand tools and bench

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
1988-974 Pt6
Materials:
engraving and paper
type:
print
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Grosvenor Prints