print seller


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Noun1.print seller - someone who sells etchings and engravings etc.
art dealer - a dealer in works of art requiring esthetic evaluation
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Encouragement came from their mother, however, and an artist and print seller in the city who gave them materials to copy the drawings in his shop.
A very good, vibrantly hand-coloured version of this etching, published by Miss Hannah Humphrey, Gillray's publisher, print seller and indeed landlady, achieved the auction record of 12,547 [pounds sterling] for a Gillray, at Bonhams in 2003 (Fig.
According to McCreery, however, there was a profusion of female print sellers, for "a woman's role as a print seller was considered a natural and appropriate one"(25).
In our industry, outside of the necessary information being nailed down regarding end use, unwind directions, stocks, liners and adhesives, much of the interaction between the print buyer and print seller revolve around the communication describing the desired reproduction of the artwork.
Taking all jobs, said Simpkins, turns the print seller into a print buyer, who must shop among other commercial printers, usually jobbing out all but the cold set printing.
Encouragement came from their mother, however, and an artist and print seller who gave them materials to copy the drawings in his shop.
As a print seller, bookkeeper, preacher, schoolmaster and theological student, this headstrong and irascible young man, given to bouts of religious fervour, self-mortification and depression, had at best struggled and at worst failed outright.