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John Henry Bufford

David Tatham

John Henry Bufford

American lithographer

by David Tatham

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Published by American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bufford, John Henry, -- 1810-1870.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David Tatham.
    ContributionsAmerican Antiquarian Society.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 47-73, 12 p. of plates :
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22961784M


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After Bufford's death inhis sons Frank G. Bufford and John Henry Bufford, Jr. continued the business. By"J.H. Bufford's Sons, Manufacturing Publishers of Novelties in Fine Arts" worked from offices at Franklin Street, Boston; and in – expanded the enterprise as far as New York and Chicago.

Bufford was the first employer and art teacher of Winslow Homer, but was also a prolific lithographer and competitor of Nathaniel Currier. Homer's fame as an artist and Currier's successful publishing firm, which became Currier and Ives, overshadow Bufford's legacy as a commercial illustrator of books and sheet : Dec 8, - Explore yu's board "John H.

Bufford" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Magazine illustration, Company christmas cards and Crispus attucks pins. John Henry is a fantastic song of a great African-American hero. While the prose of Julius Lester sings, it isn't the lyrics to the song, so it didn't really meet my needs.

It does however read aloud with majesty and grace. I am keeping it for my daughter to enjoy as a bedtime story/5(63). Letters and Papers of Governor John Henry of Maryland, Member of Continental CongressMember of United States John Henry Bufford bookGovernor of.

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Tells the factual story of John Henry well, but I was expecting something a little more from Ezra Jack Keats, whose books about African American boys in the city have been with me for 40 years and now enchant my son. This is a good book for a person with normal politics -I just wanted something more militant re the politics surrounding John Cited by: Bythe shop"s name changed to J.H.

Bufford & Company (–)." By one assessment, "Bufford"s firm produced lively, accomplished images in many forms, including sheet music, city views, marine views and landscapes, book illustrations, reproductions of paintings, commercial depictions of factories, and contemporary genre views.

With regard to Julius Lester's John Henry, it is in particular illustrator Jerry Pinkney's Caldecott Honour winning accompanying illustrations which I have always found (and ever since first reading the book as a library copy a couple of years ago) very much personally and visually impressive (expressive).For although Pinkney's pictorial renderings are /5.

John H. Bufford (ca), Washington St. After Bufford's death inhis sons Frank G. Bufford and John Henry Bufford, Jr. continued the business. [12] By"J.H. Bufford's Sons, Manufacturing Publishers of Novelties in Fine Arts" worked from offices at Franklin Street, Boston; and in expanded the enterprise as far.

The legend of John Henry has been celebrated in song and story for generations, but my favorite version is the children's picture book John Henry by Julius Lester, with illustrations by Jerry Pinkney. Julius Lester's John Henry is based on the African American folk ballad "John Henry," the tale of John Henry, the steel-driving man who was bigger and stronger than.

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