Bewick

Bewick
/byooh"ik/, n.
Thomas, 1753-1828, English wood engraver.

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  • Bewick — may be:;People *Darren Bewick (born 1967), a former AFL footballer *Pauline Bewick (born 1935), an Irish artist *Thomas Bewick (1753 1828), an English wood engraver and ornithologist *William Bewick (1795–1866), an English portrait painter*Bewick …   Wikipedia

  • BEWICK (T.) — BEWICK THOMAS (1753 1828) Graveur à Newcastle, Bewick est l’un des «pères» du livre illustré romantique. Il a mis en valeur et fait reconnaître la validité de la technique du bois de bout: la plaque faite d’aubier de buis est coupée… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bewick — (spr. bjūick), Thomas, engl. Holzschneider und Zeichner, geb. 12. Aug. 1753 zu Cherryburn in Northumberland, gest. 8. Nov. 1828 in Newcastle, gewann 1775 mit einem von ihm nach der Natur gezeichneten und in Holz geschnittenen Jagdhund den von der …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Bewick — Bewick, 1) John, englischer Kupferstecher, st. 1795; lieferte die Holzschnitte zu History of quadrupeds, Newcastle 1790, u. Hist. of british birds, 1797. 2) Thomas, Sohn des Vor., geb. 1753; englischer Holzschneider, brachte die Holzschneidekunst …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Bewick — (spr. bjuick), Thomas, engl. Holzschneider, geb. 12. Aug. 1753 in Cherryburn, gest. 8. Nov. 1828 in Newcastle. Holzschnitte nach eigenen Zeichnungen in: »History of quadrupeds« (1790), »History of british birds« (2 Bde., 1791 1804). – Biogr. von… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Bewick —   [ bjuːɪk], Thomas, englischer Grafiker, * Cherryburn (County Northumberland) 12. (10. ?) 8. 1753, ✝ Gateshead (County Tyne and Wear) 8. 11. 1828; entwickelte die Technik des Holzstichs. Im Mittelpunkt seiner Arbeit standen Tierdarstellungen.… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Bewick — Thomas Bewick Schleiereule, in: History of British Birds (1847) Thomas Bewick (* vermutlich am 10. August …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bewick — This famous surname is of English locational origin, from a place named Bewick in either Northumberland or the East Riding of Yorkshire. Bewick in Northumberland is recorded as Bowich in the Pipe Rolls of that county in 1167 and in the East… …   Surnames reference

  • Bewick Bridge — (1767, Linton, Cambridgeshire 1833) was a vicar and mathematical author. In 1786, he was admitted as a sizar to study mathematics Peterhouse, Cambridge University, where he graduated as senior wrangler in 1790.In October 1790, he was ordained a… …   Wikipedia

  • Bewick Island (Queensland) — Bewick Island is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in the Howick Group National Park and is about 100km South East of Cape Melville, Queensland.This island is North West of Howick Island and home to sea turtles and sea pigeons. Maritime… …   Wikipedia

  • Bewick, Thomas — born Aug. 12, 1753, Cherryburn, Eng. died Nov. 8, 1828, Gateshead British wood engraver. At age 14 he was apprenticed to a metal engraver, with whom he later went into partnership in Newcastle; Bewick remained there most of his life. He… …   Universalium

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