A List of Works on Painting in the National Art Library

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Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1883 - Painting - 157 pages
 

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Page 66 - FRS Coloured Map of the Geography of Plants. SMITH'S (Pye) Geology and Scripture ; or, the Relation between the Scriptures and Geological Science. With Memoir. STANLEY'S Classified Synopsis of the Principal Painters of the Dutch and Flemish Schools, including an Account of some of the early German Masters.
Page 128 - Specimens of Ancient Sculpture and Painting now Remaining in England, from the Earliest Period to the Reign of Henry VIII...
Page 119 - MODERN PAINTERS : their superiority in the Art of Landscape Painting to all the Ancient Masters proved by examples of the true, the beautiful, and the intellectual, from the Works of Modern Artists, especially from those of JMW Turner, Esq., RA By a Graduate of Oxford.
Page 47 - Mountains. Diary and Narrative of Travel, Sport, and Adventure, during a Journey through part of the Hudson's Bay Company's Territories, in 1859 and 1860.
Page 93 - A Series of Plates, engraved after the Paintings and Sculptures of the most eminent Masters of the early Florentine School. Intended to illustrate the history of the restoration of the Arts of Design in Italy.
Page 31 - Introduzione allo studio delle arti del disegno , e Vocabolario compendioso delle arti medesime compilato per uso degli studiosi amatori delle opere di architettura , pittura , scultura , intaglio , ecc.
Page 44 - Les arts somptuaires. Histoire du costume et de l'ameublement et des arts et industries qui s'y rattachent sous la direction de Hangard-Maugé, dessins de Clus Ciappori.
Page 110 - Folio, cloth extra, £ i us. 6d. Examples of Contemporary Art. Etchings from Representative Works by living English and Foreign Artists. Edited, with Critical Notes, by J. COMYNS CARR. " // would not be easy to meet with a more sumptuous, and at the same time a more tasteful and instructive drawing-room book
Page 139 - The Illuminated Books of the Middle Ages : An Account of the development and progress of the art of illumination, as a distinct branch of pictorial ornamentation, from the ivth to the xviith centuries.
Page 133 - ... any rate, it is thought to be wiser rather to increase the size of each part than the num-ber of the parts, for each additional part issued involves, besides its special cost of delivery, a considerable increase of editorial labour.

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