Louis Du Guernier

(1687—1716) engraver

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Trained under Châtillon in Paris, Guernier moved to London, making fine prints (both engraving and etching) for noble patrons. He produced small historical subjects for books and plays, notably for Horace and Virgil (both 1715), and illustrations (see16) for one of Baskett’s bibles.

From The Oxford Companion to the Book in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Bibliography.

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