2 edition of Cambria depicta found in the catalog.
|Statement||by a native artist.|
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|Pagination||xv, 476 p., plates ;|
|Number of Pages||476|
Cambria depicta: a tour through North Wales, illustrated with picturesque views / by a native artist Pugh, Edward ca. () Published by London: Printed by W. Clowes, Northumberland-Court; for E. Williams, bookseller to the Duke and Duchess of York, No. 11, Strand (). One of these books was called Cambria Depicta, published in , the work of a painter from Ruthin called Edward Pugh. Landscape prints were an even bigger industry than travel literature during this period, and Pugh’s ambitious work – Cambria Depicta took over nine years to complete – combined handsome colour plates of his sketches with.
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"THE BEST OF ALL THE BOOKS ON WALES" [PUGH, Edward]. Cambria Depicta. London, First edition of this wonderfully illustrated tour of North Wales, written in "a lively and entertaining style," with 71 fine hand-colored aquatints. There is a fine pen and wash drawing of a landscape dated August, on p. , by Edward Pugh (, the author of Cambria Depicta, ()) ; a poor, small sketch of the bridge at Pen-y-Gwryd (p. ), a few small sketches of details of gothic architecture to accompany the two page essay on the subject (pp. ) and a few of the usual.
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Book Description First published inthis lively and informative narrative of a walking tour of North Wales was written and illustrated by Edward Pugh (). It was unique in the Romantic period as the work of a native Welsh speaker with an intimate knowledge of the people and culture of the by: 1.
"The best of all the books on Wales is the Cambria Depicta of Edward Pugh, the drawings for which took ten years to complete.
In the preface the author speaks of the multiplication of illustrations of the same scenes owing to the fact that most travellers, being ignorant of the language of the country, never left the frequented routes, and he claims all his drawings are new to the public" (Prideaux).
This book reproduces the text of the original edition. The content and language reflect the beliefs, practices and terminology of their time, and have not been updated. Cambridge University Press wishes to make clear that the book, unless originally published by Cambridge, is not being republished by, in association or collaboration with, or.
Spine defective. Edward Pugh a Welshman described and drew the inhabitants views and customs for Cambria Depicta He took ten years and walked between two and three thousand miles over one of the roughest districts of Great Britain He died at Ruthin in three years before the book.
Pugh supplied the drawings for Modern London,and, inspired by Boydell, wrote Cambria Depicta: A Tour through North Wales. which, illustrated with over seventy of the author 's own drawings, was published posthumously in Cambria Depicta First published inthis lively and informative narrative of a walking tour of North Wales was written by Edward Pugh (–) and richly illustrated with engravings of his own watercolour drawings of people and landscapes.
(In this reissue, the drawings are reproduced in black and white, but the colour originals can beFile Size: KB. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Cambria depicta: a tour through north Wales, illustrated c Hughson, David, View full catalog record.
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Published London: W. Clowes, References Abbey Scenery ; Prideaux p; Bobins Plates Books online Total images Website William Joseph. Cambria Depicta, a Tour Through North Wales, Illustrated with Picturesque Views By a Native Artist [E. Pugh]. Author: Edward PUGH (of Ruthin.) Publisher: London. Cambria Hebert is a latte sipping author of the Heven & Hell series, the Death Escorts series, and the Take It Off series.
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This group is intended as a place to discuss current events taking place in Cambria. Pugh supplied the drawings for Modern London,and, inspired by Boydell, wrote Cambria Depicta: A Tour through North Wales which, illustrated with over seventy of the author 's own drawings, was published posthumously in Book Edition: First Edition.
The resulting book, Cambria Depicta, took nine years to complete, and involved ‘travelling as a pedestrian, between two and three thousand miles, over one of the roughest districts of Great Britain’. Sadly, as a footnote to the preface relates, ‘The Author of this Valuable Work is no more.
Cambria Hebert has 74 books on Goodreads with ratings. Cambria Hebert’s most popular book is #Nerd (Hashtag, #1). His Cambria Depicta is a collection of Welsh landscapes, including one of Ruthin from Mwrog Street, one of Loggerheads and one of the Clwydian Hills from near Dyserth.
Edward Pugh lived in London in the late s and early s, but is also known to have lived at some time in Chester. Edward Pugh (–) was a Welsh artist known for his landscape paintings of north Wales.
He was the subject of a book-length biography by John Barrell in His book Cambria Depicta was published posthumously in References.
Cambria Depicta: A Tour through North Wales. Illustrated with Picturesque Views, SOTHEBY (WILLIAM) A Tour Through Parts of Wales. Sonnets, Odes and Other Poems, MALKIN (BENJAMIN HEATH) The Scenery, Antiquities and Biography of South Wales, ; and upwards of 25 others (small quantity).Buy Cambria Depicta by Edward Pugh from Waterstones today!
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