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Woodcuts. Prints.

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Prints made using the process of woodcut, which is a relief process in which the design is cut into and printed from the plank side of a wood block; distinct from 'wood engraving (process),' which is a relief process using the grain end of a wood block.

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Album containing impressions of copper plates and woodcuts belonging to the Bannatyne Club., [?1823-1861.]

Identifier: MS.2049
Scope and Contents

The plates and woodcuts were deposited with the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland by the Trustees of David Laing, 1881 (see folio i).

Loose photographs of seals, some bearing numbers corresponding with those in Henry Laing, ‘Supplemental descriptive catalogue of ancient Scottish seals’ (Edinburgh, 1866), have been pasted in at the end.

Dates: [?1823-1861.]

Christmas cards of Naomi Mitchison, with woodcuts of Gertrude Hermes and others.

Identifier: Acc.4845
Scope and Contents

With typescript and copy of memorandums on National Parks, Highland education and museums of Mitchison.

Dates: circa 1940-circa 1969.

Papers, chiefly Gaelic, of Duncan Campbell, Inverness (1826-1916).

Identifier: MS.14883
Scope and Contents This loose collection of papers belonged to Duncan Campbell, who was born at the farm of Kerrumore, Glenlyon, of which his family had been tenants for three generations. He was editor of the ‘Northern Chronicle’, co-editor of the ‘Highland Monthly’, and author of a number of works relating to Highland history, notably the ‘Book of Garth and Fortingall’. (See ‘Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness’, volume 28, page vi).The papers here described are in many different...
Dates: 17th century-1st quarter of 20th century.

'Scraps given by the old familiars of John A. and Edith J. Hipkins. Collected by the survivor.’, Late 19th century-early 20th century.

Identifier: MS.2928
Scope and Contents

The scrap-book contains a painting and woodcuts by Joseph Crawhall (given to John A Hipkins by Charles Keene); original drawings by Birket Foster, Harrison Weir, Lawrence Alma-Tadema, J F Sullivan, John A Hipkins himself, and others; a painting by Edith J Hipkins (page 64); illustrations cut out of Punch and other reproductions; and Valentines, letters, etc., addressed to Miss Hipkins.

Dates: Late 19th century-early 20th century.

Sketches and proof wood engravings of Joan Hassall for `The Collected Poems of Andrew Young` (1950).

Identifier: Acc.13627
Scope and Contents

Sketches and proof wood engravings of Joan Hassall for `The Collected Poems of Andrew Young` (London: Jonathan Cape, 1950), bound in an album with 4 letters, 1949-1950, of Andrew Young and an undated commentary on the work by Joan Hassall.

Dates: 1938-1950.

Typescript of an article, manuscript of a story and woodcut illustrations of Una Cameron.

Identifier: Acc.14346
Scope and Contents The material here all relate to mountaineer, Una Cameron (1904-1987).There is a typescript entitled 'In Circles round Mont Blanc', which Cameron has annotated and illustrated in pen. It has been dedicated to "my tiger-friend Dora de Beer".There is also a manuscript of a fictional story entitled 'Cross Purposes'. It was completed in 1922 and has also been bound.Finally, there are woodcut prints of the artwork of Cameron. Some of these have been used as...
Dates: 1922-1941, undated.