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us: Dubourg, Louis Fabricius, 1693-1775

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    • us: Du Bourg, Louis Fabricius, 1693-1775
    • us: Bourg, Louis Fabricius du, 1693-1775
    • us: Dubourg, L. F., 1693-1775
    • us: Duburg, L. F., 1693-1775
    • us: L. F. D. B. (Louis Fabricius Dubourg), 1693-1775
    • us: B., L. F. D. (Louis Fabricius Dubourg), 1693-1775
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        (naf) Amsterdam (Netherlands)
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        (naf) Amsterdam (Netherlands)
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        (lcsh) Painting
          (lcsh) Engraving
            (lcsh) Illustration of books
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              (lcsh) Painters
                (lcsh) Engravers
                  (lcsh) Illustrators
              • Sources

                • found: P. Virgilii Maronis opera, 1746: frontispiece (L.F.D.B. inv.)
                • found: OCLC, searched May 14, 2008 (hdgs.: Dubourg, Louis Fabricius; Dubourg, Louis Fabricius, 1693-1775; usages: Louis Fabricius Dubourg, Dubourg, L.F.D.B, L. F. Dubourg)
                • found: Bibliopolis website, viewed May 14, 2008 handbook (Louis Fabricius Dubourg (1693-1775), employed as a draughtsman and engraver in the workshop of the Frenchman Bernard Picart in Amsterdam)
                • found: Amsterdam, in zyne opkomst, aanwas, geschiedenissen, voorregten, 1765, via Google book search, May 14, 2008 p. 468 (Louis Fabricius du Bourg)
                • found: Voltaire. Elémens de la philosophie de Neuton, 1738: 1st leaf of plates (L.F. Dubourg inv.) page 3 (engraved headpiece signed: L.F. Duburg inv.)
                • found: Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon, Jan. 13, 2014 (Dubourg, Louis Fabricius; variant names: Du Bourg, Louis Fabricius; Du Bourg, Louis Fabrice; painter; master draughtsman; etcher; graphic artist; merchant; born 1693.07.02, Amsterdam, died 1775.09.16, Amsterdam; began career as merchant but switched to art; executed decorative and allegorical paintings for churches, public buildings and private dwellings; designs for sculptors, medalists and goldsmiths; book illustrations, etc.; also active as engraver and etcher)
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                • 2008-12-30: new
                • 2014-01-14: revised
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