Catalogue of the choice collection of objects of art, chiefly of the 16th century silver, porcelain and decorative furniture, of the late T.M. Whitehead, Esq. by Gerhard Storck

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Whitehead, Esq by Christie, Manson & WoodsPages: Catalogue of a choice collection of old Chinese enamelled, whole-coloured and Nankin blue and white porcelain, decorative objects & furniture of the 17th and 18th centuries, the property of a gentleman, also objects of art, decorative furniture and tapestry, from various sources.

Catalogue of the choice collection of objects of art, chiefly of the 16th century: silver, porcelain and decorative furniture, of the late T.M. Whitehead, : Manson & Woods. Christie. Collection Info Director's Choice.

Selections from the catalogue "The Frick Collection: Director's Choice" Angel. Jean [Jehan] Barbet The Bullfight. Édouard Manet Third quarter of the 16th century with nineteenth-century alterations, additions and restorations.

13) r?^ 97 A DERUTA DISH, with a circular panel in tbe centre, painted with a figure of a page, iu slashed yellow doublet and green trunk hose ; his right hand rests upon a shield with the arms of the Orsini family, the left holding an inverted hunting spear; the border is divided into tbree panels of scale ornament alternating with three panels of conventional scrollwork in polychrome —.

COSS 5/18 - Catalogue of a choice collection of pictures and other works of art, chiefly Italian, of mediaeval and renaissance times, the property of Signor Stephano Bardini of Florence COSS 5/19 - Catalogue of the collection of armour and arms, chiefly of the 17th century, also costumes and artistic accessories, formed by Ernest Crofts, RA.

The Club's rich collection of reference works on the art and craft of book-binding is complemented by a choice array of examples. A fitting centerpiece is the important 'Grolier binding' shown at left—one of the distinctive and beautiful 16th-century gilt bindings commissioned by the Club's namesake, Jean Grolier.

Christie's Sale Catalogue of the Collection of Works of Art chiefly formed by the late Hollingworth Magniac, Esq. (known as the Colworth Collection), 11 Julyp.lot Charles Hercules Read, ‘The Waddesdon Bequest: Catalogue of the Works of Art bequeathed to the British Museum by Baron Ferdinand Rothschild, M.P., ’, London,no.

Chapbooks are small cheap publications on popular subjects bought at booksellers or from travelling chapmen. The National Art Library chapbook collection comprises around chapbooks, ranging from the lateth-century crudely printed chapbooks of Bow Church Yard and Aldermary Church Yard, London, to the simple but rather well-printed and illustrated.

National Gallery of Art. [1] Catalogue de la précieuse collection d'objets d'art, d'antiquités et curiosités composant le Cabinet de Monsieur Préaux, Paris, Januaryno.

[2] See documents regarding the sale by Lady Carnarvon of three pieces of "Henri II ware" (this candlestick, a ewer with a faun handle, and a salt cellar) in the Duveen Brothers Records. The objects in The Art of Ownership are from the Rosenbach’s collections, the Rare Book Department of the Free Library of Philadelphia (an institution Author: Allison Meier.

The Art of Mughal India: Painting and Precious Objects. An Asia House Gallery publication. New York: Asia Society, Grube, Ernst J. "The Early School of Herat and its Impact on Islamic Painting of the Later 15th, the 16th and 17th Centuries." In The Classical Style in Islamic Painting.

Venice: Edizioni Oriens, no. 92, ill. 92 (b/w). Catalogue of the choice collection of books, London, 51 Art Journal. Illustrated Catalogue of the Industry of all Nations. Numerousplates, 4to. calf. Breton was a most prolific writer of the 16th Century.

Percy says " he was of some fame in the Reign of Elizabeth. One of his works, noticed in Phillips' Theat. Poet., is styled. Collection comprising dictionaries, glossaries and works on place names, phonetics, etymology, dialect, grammar from the 16th century. Heslop Harrison (John) Notebooks and Albums Chiefly notes on plant biology, pollination and plant genetics all belong to former Professor of Botany, John William Heslop Harrison, at Newcastle University.

This event takes an interdisciplinary approach to 17th- and 18th-century studies. It will appeal to all researchers who are interested in working with the Western Heritage Collections at the British Library, including those undertaking PhDs in the areas of history and politics, literature, drama, art & design, and history of science.

Learn art history 14th century with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of art history 14th century flashcards on Quizlet. The most obvious way to categorize collections is by the type of objects collected. Most collections are of manufactured commercial items, but natural objects such as birds' eggs, butterflies, rocks, and seashells can also be the subject of a collection.

The various schools of art and patterns of depiction are explained clearly and in great detail. Such an interesting Table of Contents: Key Words (e.g.

Anatomy; Flamboyant Gothic; and Counter-Reformation and New Sacred Art) Places: the main countries and kingdoms in the 16th century with an emphasis on Italian art/5(3).

I read The 20th Century Art Book straight through, from Acconci to Zorio, which is perhaps not the best and certainly not the only way to use this brilliantly-conceived reference work, even though I personally enjoyed going through this book page by page, encountering old favorites and artists new to me in a sequence which owed nothing to 4/5.

Newall Collection of Objects of Art Chiefly of the Renaissance Period. London: Christie, Manson & Woods, June 27–29, no. (buffe). Dean, Bashford. "Ancient Armor Lost and Found: A Missing Visor Returns." The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (November ), pp.

–39, ill. The New York Herald. A lost work is a document, literary work, or piece of multimedia produced some time in the past, of which no surviving copies are known to exist. This term most commonly applies to works from the classical world, although it is increasingly used in relation to modern works.

Grand Scale brings to light rare surviving examples of mural-size prints—a Renaissance art form nearly lost from historical record. The most famous 16th-century woodcuts, engravings, and etchings were those done on an intimate scale. Yet artists also worked in another entire category of print production, producing mural-size prints that sometimes reached as high as ten feet.

The fitted silhouette commonly seen in the s remained popular, however. Women could choose between loose ropa-style gowns and more fitted ones as Jane Ashelford explains in A Visual History of Costume: The Sixteenth Century (): “By the s women had a choice of two styles of gown to wear over the bodice and skirt.

Previously, he was a research assistant at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. This summer, he will work with the curators and conservators to study and interpret objects from the permanent collection of sculpture and decorative arts—chiefly, but not exclusively, Italian (15th- and 16th-century) and French (18th- and 19th-century) works.

Maryam. In the late 19th-century, the phrase came to refer to the bookplate itself, which is a label that identifies the owner of the book, is usually engraved or printed, has a distinctive design (for instance, the owner's coat of arms), and is pasted to the inside front cover of a book.

Get this from a library. Renaissance art. [Victoria Charles] -- The Renaissance began at the end of the 14th century in Italy and had extended across the whole of Europe by the second half of the 16th century.

The rediscovery of the splendour of ancient Greece. books from certain small presses that do not routinely publish in the area of art or architecture, or that do not extend standard trade terms to booksellers, may also be included in this listing, and are offered at the publisher's list price with no discount.

SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. painting in the 15th century-- Laurentian Florence-- Florence and Rome in the earlyth century-- the new world of the 16th century-- rise of Venetian art-- Renaissance enters northern Europe-- the great age of Venetian culture-- the Catholic world in the lateth century.

(source: Nielsen Book Data. s Art It seems so very hard to believe anything from the s has managed to survive through the centuries to today. But, to think that any book has been preserved that long is truly amazing. This special images category of Reusable Art showcases the artwork we have shared that originated in the s.

Search results 1 - of Alan Lomax Collection of Michigan and Wisconsin Recordings Collection of field recordings with related color film documenting instrumental music, songs, stories, and interviews recorded primarily in Michigan and Wisconsin by Alan Lomax, August 1-November 1, for the Archive of.

Pierpont Morgan has written: 'Catalogue of manuscripts and early printed books from the libraries of William Morris, Richard Bennett, Bertram.

About the Book This Catalogue of Rajasthani paintings in the Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian Art features many unpublished works by the best-known artists working in different states and thikanas of Rajasthan from the early 16th to the mid 19th century.

Aaron Copland Collection The Aaron Copland collection consists of published and unpublished music by Copland and other composers, correspondence, writings, biographical material, datebooks, journals, professional papers, including legal and financial material, photographs, awards, art work.

Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia New Search eResources User Lists Feedback Help Collection Delivery Times Visitor Update: COVID Ask a Librarian Due to the need to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID) the Library building and reading rooms are closed to visitors until further notice.

Furnishing fabric, late 16th century (made). Panel composed of two loom widths of crimson velvet, voided and brocaded in gold and silver on a yellow satin. The queen of France, Catherine de’ Medici (wife of Henri II: r), owned a substantial collection of art, tapestries, furniture and pottery (including portraits), and commissioned a number of works by Corneille, as well as sitting for him herself.

After his death his reputation lingered for some time, diminishing over the following. Property from a Spanish Private Collection西班牙私人收藏SCHOOL OF BRUGES, FIRST HALF OF THE 16TH CENTURY布魯日畫派,十六世紀上半葉The Virgin and Child《聖母與聖嬰》oil and gold on panel油彩金箔畫板 x cm.; 14⅞ x 10⅜ in x 公分;14 7/8 x 10 3/8英寸.

Early history. Early cultures identified celestial objects with gods and spirits. They related these objects (and their movements) to phenomena such as rain, drought, seasons, and is generally believed that the first astronomers were priests, and that they understood celestial objects and events to be manifestations of the divine, hence early astronomy's connection to.

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[Elsje van Kessel] -- "As this book shows, paintings in 16th-century Venice were often treated as living beings. On the basis of case studies, its author offers a detailed examination of the agency paintings and other.It was on a research trip to England that she purchased the first object in her collection, a book of the Russian gospels encased in brass.

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