2 edition of James Tassie found in the catalog.
Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
|Statement||(Scottish National Portrait Gallery) ; (text by) James Holloway.|
|Series||Scottish masters -- 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Thomas Reid FRSE (/ r iː d /; 7 May (O.S. 26 April) – 7 October ) was a religiously trained Scottish philosopher. He was the founder of the Scottish School of Common Sense and played an integral role in the Scottish he was a joint founder of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.A contemporary of David Hume, Reid was also "Hume's earliest and fiercest critic".Alma mater: University of Aberdeen. the Tassie catalogue encompas items.’10 After James Tassie’s death in , his business was inherited and continued by his nephew, William (–). While Tassie’s casts were made for commercial gain, both fuelling and satisfying an ever-growing market for such things in Britain during the eighteenth century, the.
James Tassie also seems to have supplied Wedgwood with moulds of certain of his portraits, and these are to be found cast in Wedgwood paste. The portrait of Henry, 1st Viscount Melville (nos , and ), appears in the Gallery's collection in Tassie's vitreous . View James Tassie’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction ality: Scottish.
James Beattie (b. d. ) was a Scottish poet and professor of moral philisophy at Aberdeen University. James Tassie (b. d. ) was an inventor and maker of pastes who was born in Glasgow but settled in London in James Tassie died in and was buried in Southwark. However the demand for such items continued well into the ’s, the business being continued by Tassie’s nephew, William. Tassie issued several catalogues, the definitive edition being prepared by Rudolphe Raspe.
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James Tassie (–) was a Scottish gem engraver and is remembered for a particular style of miniature medallion heads, portraying the profiles of the rich and famous of Britain, and for making and selling large numbers of "Tassie casts" of engraved gems for collectors.
James Tassie Average rating: 0 ratings 0 reviews 8 distinct works Catalogue Raisonne D'Une Collection Generale, de Pierres Gravees Antiques Et Modernes, Tant En Creux Que Camees. James Tassie, (born JPollokshaws, near Glasgow, Scot.—died June 1,London, Eng.), Scottish gem engraver and modeler known for reproductions of engraved gems and for portrait medallions (round or oval tablets bearing figures), both made from a hard, fine-textured substance that he developed with a physician, Henry Quin.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Published on the occasion of an exhibition at Mallett (December )--of the works of James Tassie and his contemporaries.".
James Tassie, Modeller - Irish Artists (b. d. )Modeller. From A Dictionary of Irish Artists Was the eldest son of James Tassie and his wife, Margaret M'Ghie, and was born on 15th July,at Pollokshaws in the parish of Eastwood, near Glasgow, where his family had long resided.
James Tassie was born in in Pollokshaws, which was, at the time, a village to the south of Glasgow but now is part of the city. In his book about James, and his nephew William, John M. Gray comments that, “according to tradition the Tassies were of good family, and came originally from Italy as refugees, settled as tanners, skinners, and.
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James Tassie. James Tassie () was the most prolific collector and merchant of impressions of classical gems of the eighteenth century, providing sets and selections of impressions in a variety of materials.
His collection is the most comprehensive of its day. items were classified and described by Erich Raspe, and the catalogue printed in in English and French: A. James Tassie (–). Portrait of Adam Smith, Stipple engraving by Mackenzie, National Portrait Gallery.
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6. James Tassie (), Medallist. Artist associated with 19 portraits Tassie was a gem engraver and modeller known for reproductions of engraved gems and for portrait medallions, both made from a hard, fine-textured substance that he developed with a physician, Henry Quin.
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