Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of lithographs that appeared in Puck, Harper's Weekly, and Illustrated London News.
Four lithographs featuring one scene and three plates of costume designs for the opera “La Navarraise” by Heugel & Cie, Editeurs (Huegel music publishing company) printed circa 1894.
Lithograph from the volume “Ce Qu'on Dit et Ce Qu'on Pense” featuring Gioachino Rossini by Jean-Gabriel Scheffer
Single lithograph from the bound volume “Ce Qu'on Dit et Ce Qu'on Pense,” translated from the French to “What We Say and What We Think,” created by the Swiss lithographer Jean-Gabriel Scheffer in 1829.
Hand-colored lithograph portrait of Luigi Cherubini by Charles Bour after the painting by Félix Emmanuel Henri Philippoteaux, created circa 1840s.
Lithographic print portrait of Pauline Viardot by “L. Loire.” The portrait features a young, likely teenaged Viardot from the waist up in a white dress, circa 1839.
The collection contains images and maps depicting Northern Virginia. A majority of the images are contemporary illustrations of the Civil War in Virginia. Formats include wood engravings, steel engravings, lithographs, chromolithographs, and a manuscript.