By William T. Whitley
Paintings in England, 1821-1837 / Искусство Англии 1821-1837 гг. КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО, ЖИВОПИСЬ и РИСОВАНИЕ Автор: William T. Whitley Название: paintings in England, 1821-1837 / Искусство Англии 1821-1837 гг. Издательство: Cambridge college Press Год: 1930 Формат: pdf (rar + 5%) Размер: 41.93 Мб Язык: АнглийскийIts item is to offer details, extra to that already released in books at the topic, about the historical past of paintings in England from 1821 to 1837 whilst the Victorian period commenced.Книга об искусстве Англии начала Викторианской эпохи.0
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A. He was this year selling the pictures and drawings from Nor the bury, but had reserved one of the latter for presentation to to allowed been he had Royal Academy, in whose Life School 15 ART ENGLAND IN work as an amateur. In the Minutes of December 4th it is re corded that an announcement was made by the President that had been commissioned by Mr Lock to present to the Academy an original and valuable Cartoon, the Leda of Michael Angelo". The cartoon was hung over the chimney piece of the School of Painting and remained there until the Academy re moved from Somerset House.
He possessed, among many small prints, in others, Boydell s Shakespeare with the large and nine volumes, half-bound in russia; Ottley and Tresham s work on the Marquis of Stafford s gallery, published at twenty Smirke s Don Quixote in four volumes, bound in bronzed A guineas; morocco with silk volumes bound in linings; russia; Reed s Shakespeare in twenty-one and W. H. Pyne s Microcosm, pub In the catalogue of his sale, most of Crome s books are described as expensively bound. No biographer of Crome, I think, mentions the number of his lished at ten guineas.
Maria Gosway was a woman of great charm and many accom to shine in society, as she did, but un plishments, and fitted last word that should have been applied to sophisticated was the her. She had seen life in many aspects,, some of them curious, if trusted. But the gaiety and eighteenth-century gossip can be follies of that period were forgotten, and she was now, at sixty, to begin a new and useful phase of life at Lodi, near Milan, where she conducted a college for girls until her death which took place in the year 1838.