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The Theatrum Pictorium (1660) by David Teniers II is the first art book illustrated with engravings. Joseph Lemercier, in preparing the prints for Charles Blanc's L'Oeuvre de Rembrandt reproduit par la photographie (1853-1858) created the first photographically illustrated art history book.

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