songs

Songs about Gravelot:

songsGrand Gravelot by Grand Gravelot from the Album Groenland - Le Plus Grand Parc Naturel Du Monde

songsGrand Gravelot by Grand Gravelot from the Album Oiseaux De Mer Et D'Eau Douce

songsGrand gravelot by Various Artists from the Album J'écoute les sons de la mer

songsGrand gravelot - Charadrius hiaticula by Ample Jos Koreromp from the Album Oiseaux Top 100 (Les 100 plus beaux chants d'oiseaux)

songsGravelot À Collier Interompu by Gravelot À Collier Interompu from the Album Oiseaux De Mer Et D'Eau Douce

songsGravelot À Collier Interrompu by Gravelot À Collier Interrompu from the Album Le Guide Sonore Des Oiseaux De France

songsGravelot À Collier Interrompu by Gravelot À Collier from the Album Oiseaux Des Rivages Marins

books

Books about Gravelot:

booksGravelot by Vera Frances Salomons (Mar 7, 2011)

booksPersonifications and Symbols: An Index to H.F. Gravelot and C.N. Cochin's 'iconologie Par Figures' by Ester Lels (Apr 26, 2011)

booksGravelot by Salomons Vera (Jan 28, 2013)

booksLe Gravelot à collier interrompu (Charadrius alexandrinus) (French Edition) by Mohammed Kouidri (Dec 12, 2013)

booksEighteenth-Century French Book Illustration: Drawings by Fragonard and Gravelot from the Rosenbach Museum and... by Kimerly Rorschach (Feb 1, 1987)

booksGraveurs du XVIIIe siècle : Tome 10, Gaugain - Gravelot

booksINVENTAIRE DU FONDS FRANCAIS .Graveurs du XVIIIe siècle -------- Volume 10, Gaugain-Gravelot by Edmond Pognon, Yves Bruand (avec la collaboration de Yves Sjöber Michèle Hébert (1968)

wiki

Wiki information Gravelot:

Hubert-François Gravelot
Deceased Person, Person

Hubert-François Bourguignon, commonly known as Gravelot, was a French engraver, a famous book illustrator, designer and drawing-master. Born in Paris, he emigrated to London in 1732, where he quickly became a central figure in the introduction of the...

Gravelotte
Location

Gravelotte is a commune in the Moselle department in Lorraine in north-eastern France, with a population of 652 habitants by 1999. From 1871 until the end of World War I in 1918, it was the westernmost city of Germany.