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John Caspar Wild

painter and printmaker of nineteenth-century urban America

by John William Reps

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Published by Missouri Historical Society Press in St. Louis .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Unitd States
    • Subjects:
    • Wild, J. C. ca. 1804-1846.,
    • Wild, J. C. ca. 1804-1846 -- Catalogues raisonnés.,
    • Artists -- Unitd States -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementby John W. Reps ; introduction by Andrew Walker.
      GenreCatalogues raisonnés., Biography.
      ContributionsWild, J. C. ca. 1804-1846.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN6537.W4595 R47 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3404933M
      ISBN 101883982553
      ISBN 109781883982553
      LC Control Number2005020403

      Cities on Stone: Nineteenth Century Lithograph Images of the Urban West by Reps, John W. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at John Caspar Wild was active/lived in Missouri, Iowa. John Wild is known for birds-eye topographic landscape, graphics.

      •Note: On the ship James Goodwill, Sept. 11, , came Rev. John Caspar Stoever, Sr., a native of Frankenberg, in Hesse, a Lutheran clergyman, who located in Virginia, went to Europe in , and died on board the vessel on his attempted return to America, and Rev. John Caspar Stoever, Jr., born at Luedorff, in Solinger Amt, Duchy Berg, in Parents: Rev. Johann Casper Stoever, Reverend Johann Kaspar Stoever, I, Gertraudt Anna Stoever. is the place to be if you’d like to learn about outdoor sports including hunting, fishing, archery and more. John E. Phillips has published more than 30 books that are colorful, chock full of pictures and how-to examples, and easy to read. Be sure to check out John’s Free Books as well.. Bass Fishing. Bowhunting. Catfishing. Cookbooks.

      Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail is a memoir by American author Cheryl Strayed, describing her 1,mile hike on the Pacific Crest Trail in as a journey of book reached No. 1 on the New York Times Best Seller list, and was the first selection for Oprah's Book Author: Cheryl Strayed. The lithographic stones used to create the prints for this book were acquired by John T. Bowen and reissued with hand coloring in and in John Caspar Wild (circa –46) was a Swiss-born artist and lithographer who arrived in Philadelphia from Paris in


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John Caspar Wild by John William Reps Download PDF EPUB FB2

John Caspar Wild, expert painter and lithographer, produced some of the earliest known depictions of urban America in the nineteenth century. His paintings and prints of Philadelphia; Cincinnati; St. Louis; and Davenport, Iowa, among others, stand as valuable historical records of these cities in an era before large-scale industrialization changed their character.5/5(1).

John Caspar Wild, expert painter and lithographer, produced some of the earliest known depictions of urban America in the nineteenth century. His John Caspar Wild book and prints of Philadelphia; Cincinnati; St. Louis; and Davenport, Iowa, among others, stand as valuable historical records of these cities in an era before large-scale industrialization changed their character.

The American career of John. John Caspar Wild, expert painter and lithographer, produced some of the earliest known depictions of urban America in the 19th century.

His paintings and prints of Philadelphia, John Caspar Wild book, St. Louis, and Davenport, Iowa, among others, stand as valuable historical records of these cities in an era before large-scale industrialization changed their character.

John Caspar Wild, expert painter and lithographer, produced some of the earliest known depictions of urban America in the nineteenth century.

His paintings and prints of Philadelphia; Cincinnati; St. Louis; and Davenport, Iowa, among others, stand as valuable historical records of these cities in an era before large-scale industrialization.

This is how Davenport looked to artist John Caspar Wild in when he climbed a western bluff and looked east. This is the earliest known image of the city, before extensive development. John Caspar Wild Fort Snelling, Minnesota Minnesota Historical Society ~ 30" x 19" Fine Art Giclee Canvas Print (Unframed) Reproduction.

Product information Shipping Information View shipping rates and policies: Manufacturer Aenx ASIN. John Caspar (or Canova) Wild, a French-trained artist and lithographer, born ca. in Zurich, Switzerland and known primarily for his cityscapes and buildings, panoramas, landscapes, and "great proficiency in coloring" was active in Philadelphia between and ca.

Wild trained as an artist and lithographer for approximately fifteen years in Paris before he arrived in New York City. "John Caspar Wild, painter and lithographer, produced some of the earliest known depictions of urban America in the nineteenth century.

This heavily illustrated book presents artist Wild's paintings and prints, and a catalogue raisonné identifies all of his known works"--Provided by publisher. John Caspar Wild ( - Aug ) was an American painter and was also called J.C.

was born in moved to Paris, he moved to Philadelphia, painted and printed painted a lot of cities in the United painted pictures of Philadelphia, St.

Louis, Cincinnati, and Davenport, Iowa. John Caspar Wild, expert painter and lithographer, produced some of the earliest known depictions of urban America in the nineteenth century. His paintings and prints of Philadelphia; Cincinnati; St Louis; and Davenport, Iowa, among others, stand as valuable historical records of these cities in an era before large-scale industrialization changed their character.4/5(1).

John Caspar Wild, expert painter and lithographer, produced some of the earliest known depictions of urban America in the nineteenth century. His paintings and prints of Philadelphia; Cincinnati; St Louis; and Davenport, Iowa, among others, stand as valuable historical records of these cities in an era before large-scale industrialization changed their character.

The American career of John. John Caspar Wild John W. Reps. About the Author. Free E-book Of The Month. Ilana Gershon. Down and Out in the New Economy. How People Find (or Don’t Find) Work Today.

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Through the efforts of the German-American Club, John Caspar Wild's remains will no longer be somewhere inAuthor: Michael Blaser. John Caspar Wild () Swiss-born and Paris-trained artist, John Caspar Wild moved to Philadelphia in He travelled around the city, creating watercolors of newly built and impressive buildings, using them as the basis for lithographic prints, which could be reproduced in great numbers.

John Caspar Wild: Painter and Printmaker of Nineteenth-Century Urban America Author John W. Reps Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used:Good Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher The Missouri Historical Society Press Place of Publication Saint Louis, Missouri, U.s.a.

Date published Author: John W. Reps. Book Summary Because author Jon Krakauer presents the events of Into the Wild out of chronological order, establishing what happened when can challenge the the sake of clarity, this timeline rearranges the book's episodes in the order in which they occurred, rather than the order in which they appear in Into the Wild.

Christopher Johnson McCandless graduates from. Title Bloomington, Iowa / painted and litho. by J.C. Wild. Summary Print shows five men with two horses in a flatboat, a man in a rowboat, small sailboats, and steamboats, one named "Iowa Falcon", on the Mississippi River passing Muscatine, Iowa, with a view of the city showing the waterfront area and many buildings, including a large building that may be the county courthouse.

John Reps is a historian of urban planning and an authority on American urban iconography. His book, The Making of Urban America (), was followed by five books exploring in more detail the origin and subsequent growth of towns and cities in the southeast and has also written another half-dozen studies about 19th-century printed views of American cities, identifying the artists who.

The Western History Association announces competition for the annual Dwight L. Smith (ABC-CLIO) Award. This award for $ ($ to the author/editor and $ to the publisher) will be given to an author/editor and the publisher of a significant bibliography or research tool - either a book or other bibliographic/research tool publication, electronic or otherwise - on any aspect of the history.

Notes, correspondence, drafts, etc. relating to John Caspar Wild: Painter and Printmaker of Nineteenth-century Urban America, a catalogue raisonné, by John Reps, published by. the American work of the Swiss-born artist John Caspar Wild (ca.

– ), whose paintings and prints from the s and s provided a visual sense of the architecture and views of the growing cities from Philadelphia to Cincinnati, St. Louis, and the Iowa and Illinois towns of .John Cushman Abbott Exhibit Supplement Book Descriptions and Author Information.

The books in the John Cushman Abbott Exhibit paint a picture both literally and figuratively of the Mississippi River Valley in the first half of the 19th century.

A spy, a royal adventurer, a missionary, an astronomer, an artist, a governor, and an entrepreneur. Wild, J. C. (John Caspar), ca. Publication date ] Topics Mississippi River Valley -- Description and travel Publisher [St.

Louis: J. Garnier (2nd caption ends 'St. L', third begins 'ouis'), however plates are separated in book by several text pages. Addeddate Call number Camera Canon 5D Pages: