The Dassiers of Geneva, 18th-Century European Medallists Volume II: Dassier and Sons: An Artistic Enterprise in Geneva, Switzerland and Europe, 1733-1759 William Eisler

ISBN: 9782940094066

Published: December 31st 2005

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454 pages


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The Dassiers of Geneva, 18th-Century European Medallists Volume II: Dassier and Sons: An Artistic Enterprise in Geneva, Switzerland and Europe, 1733-1759  by  William Eisler

The Dassiers of Geneva, 18th-Century European Medallists Volume II: Dassier and Sons: An Artistic Enterprise in Geneva, Switzerland and Europe, 1733-1759 by William Eisler
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Catalogue raisonne, in two volumes, based on the collections of the Numismatic Section of the Musee dart et dhistoire de Geneve and the Cabinet des medailles de Lausanne. The first volume, Jean Dassier, Medal Engraver: Geneva, Paris and London,MoreCatalogue raisonne, in two volumes, based on the collections of the Numismatic Section of the Musee dart et dhistoire de Geneve and the Cabinet des medailles de Lausanne. The first volume, Jean Dassier, Medal Engraver: Geneva, Paris and London, 1700-1733, traces the career of Jean Dassier (1676-1763) and presents his famed series of illustrious men and women from France and England, as well as the decorative works exectuted by the Fabrique de Geneve .

This second volume in the set, Dassier and Sons: An Artistic Enterprise in Geneva, Switzerland and Europe, 1733-1759, presents an annotated catalogue of the remarkable historic medals made for Geneva, Berne and other partner cities in Europe, as well as the superb tokens depicting the history of the Roman Republic.

Much of the book is also devoted to Jean Dassiers son, Jacques-Antoine (1715-1759) and his work in England and at the imperial Russian court.



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