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Picturing Victorian America: Prints by the Kellogg Brothers of Hartford, Connecticut, 1830-1880 [Paperback]

Nancy Finlay , Kate Steinway
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Editorial Reviews

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“The library of American nineteenth-century lithography is blessed with several shelves of important publications. … Nancy Finlay’s Picturing Victorian America: Prints by the Kellogg Brothers of Hartford, Connecticut, 1830¬–1880, the first scholarly study of Kellogg prints unquestionably joins the ranks of these publications as a work of essential reading.”—Rosemarie L. Tovell, Imprint

“Well-illustrated, handsomely designed, thoroughly researched, and meticulously edited, Picturing Victorian America is the standard work on the Kelloggs’ contribution to nineteenth-century American lithography.”—Paul S. Koda, Printing History

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“This comprehensive volume presents an impressive history of the firm and thoughtful essays that assess what the prints can tell us about topics including domesticity, costume, architecture, and family history. The book’s timeline, biographies, checklist of prints, and dating guide are invaluable.” (Helena E. Wright, author of Prints at the Smithsonian)

About the Author

NANCY FINLAY is the curator of graphics at the Connecticut Historical Society. She has worked at the New York Public Library, the Houghton Library at Harvard University, and the Princeton University Library, and has written widely on the graphic arts.
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