engraving (printing process)

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Charles Feinberg collection

  • CA UVICARCH SC437
  • Collection
  • 1860 - 1875

The collection consists of two framed portraits of Walt Whitman donated by Charles E. Feinberg. 1) Print from original wood engraving by W.J. Linton, 1875. 9 X 13.5 cm. Framed. 2) Frontispiece portrait, 1860, printed from copper engraving. Painting by Charles Hine. 10 X 11 cm. Framed.

Feinberg, Charles E., 1899-1988

Eric Gill collection

  • CA UVICARCH SC212
  • Collection
  • 1934 - 1938

The collection consists of a woodblock and a signed pencil drawing of a "Mother and Child" (used as a Christmas card for the Peace Pledge Union); a collotype reproduction of a signed pencil drawing of David Pepler; a typed, signed letter to ? Henderson re: the Catholic Church and the Trade Union Movement, with a pencil draft on verso (illegible?); and eight signed engravings to illustrate Patrick Miller's "The Green Ship" (Golden Cockerel Press).

Gill, Eric, 1882-1940

Herbert Siebner fonds

  • CA UVICARCH AR402
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1943-2010

Fonds reflects Siebner’s intellectual and philosophical interests and ideas on art and life; his interactions with galleries, friends, family and patrons; travels; involvement in the Limners; pre-publication work for his monographs and other books; promotion and sale of art; and public art commissions.
The fonds consists of personal writing and poetry, correspondence, sales lists, inventories, exhibition announcements, sketches, clippings, photographs, film and video, prints and drawings.

Siebner, Herbert, 1925-2003

Theatrical engravings collection

  • CA UVICARCH SC312
  • Collection
  • [17--]-[18--]

The collection consists of engravings of English actors/actresses, many in the costume of a character. There are also some engravings of playwrights. All appear to have been excised from publications and are identified.