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BOOKS ON KERAMIC ART. KERAMIC ART OF JAPAN, by G. A. A.UDSLEY and J. L. Bowes, CONTAINING 63

PLATES (35 OF WHICH ARE IN GOLD AND COLOURS) and nearly 200 PAGES OF TEXT, with numerous wood engravings printed in colours ; the whole being produced from the original Japanese Works of the greatest beauty, and representing the entire range of Japanese Keramic Art, ancient and modern, 2 vols. folio, half morocco extra, gilt edges, £18.

1875 The same, full morocco extra, gilt edges, £21.

Of this beautiful and important work the whole impression in folio (limited to 1000. copies) is nou exhausted, and no more can be produced.

“This is a work which no collector who can afford to buy it, or has courage to steal it, should be without. : . The distinctive feature of this splendid book is the large series of illustrations, which were drawn with the most exquisite skill and care. The greatest delicacy has been displayed in the reproduction of the forms and tints, the lustre, light, and shadow of the coloured examples. In short, these are crowning specimens of chromo-lithography : on the whole they are very nearly the best of their kind."Atheneum, July 17, 1880. KERAMIC ART OF JAPAN; Second and Cheaper Edition, CONTAINING 32 PLATES

(16 OF WHICH ARE IN GOLD AND COLOURS), and 320 pages of Tect with numerous wood engravings printed in colours, 1 vol. imperial 8vo. cloth extra, top edges gilt, £2. 2s

1881 Another copy, morocco extra, gilt edges, £3. 38

Another copy, morocco super-extra, emblematically gold-tooled on sides, top edges gilt, £3. 158

This edition contains most of the Text of the Folio Edition, besides a large amount of additional information about the Potters and Factories of Japan, and a more ectensive collection of Marks and Mionograms.

This new edition has been printed and illustrated in the same magnificent style as the previous one, by the same artists. The introductory Essay on Japanese Art, well illustrated by photo-lithographs, autotypes, and wood engravings, is a valuable contribution, and may be read with profit by all students and artists.”-Building News.

UNIFORM WITH “KERAMIC ART OF JAPAN." JAPANESE MARKS AND SEALS. Part I.-Pottery. Part II.-Illuminated

MSS. and Printed Books. Part III.-Lacquer, Enamels, Metal, Wood, Ivory, etc. By JAMES L. Bowes, Joint Author of “Keramic Art of Japan.” WITH ILLUSTRATIONS IN COLOURS AND GOLD. One volume imperial 8vo. elegantly bound in cloth, with ornamental back, top edges gilt, £2. 28

1882 Comprising 1300 Marks and Seals copied in facsimile, with examples in colours and gold executed by Messrs. FIRMIN Didor of Paris. The work also contains a Grammar of the Marks ; brief Historical Notices of the various Arts of Japan ; the Jikkwan and Jiuni Shi Characters, with those of the Zodiacal Cycle; also the Year Periods since the Fourteenth Century; and a Map showing the various Seats of Manufacture.

“ This splendidly got-up volume will enable collectors of Japanese Art-objects to contemplate their treasures with a new and keener zest."-Spectator.

" Mr. Bowes's volume is interesting by itself, and forms a worthy companion to the 'Keramic Art of Japan.' ”Architect.

AN ENTIRELY New Work. JAPANESE ENAMELS; with Illustrations from Examples in the Bowes Collection.

By J. L. Bowes, President of the Liverpool Fine Art Club; one vol. imperial 8vo. with Woodcuts in the Text, and 20 fine Plates, some in Gold and Colours, of Japanese Enamels ; bound in cloth, £1. 1s

Liverpool ; printed for Private Circulation, 1884 “By his work on 'Japanese Marks and Seals,' and his share in the magnificent volumes on the • Keramic Art of Japan,' Mr. Bowes is well known, not only as a writer on Japanese Art, but also as a collector of great taste and knowledge. His new work on Japanese Enamels' is an extremely elegant illustrated volume. From these illustrations, as from those in former works, a faint idea may be formed of the extraordinary richness, value and beauty of Mr. Bowes's Oriental Treasures."-Scotsman, August 22, 1884.

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BOOKS ON KERAMIC ART.

A SPLENDID WORK ON POTTERY. MONOGRAPHIE DE L'EUVRE DE BERNARD PALISSY et de ses Continuateurs, par

C. DELANGE et C. BORNEMAN, Texte par Sauzay et H. DELANGE; with 100 BEATTI

FULLY EXECUTED COLOURED PLATES, imp. folio, boards, uncut, SCARCE, £14. 148 1862

Of this exceedingly beautiful work only 300 copies were printed, of which the above is No. 91. The the plates are artistically coloured by hand. BINNS (R. W.) CENTURY of POTTING in KERAMIC ART OF GREAT BRITAIN ; from

the City of WORCESTER ; History of the Royal Pre-historic Times down to the present day. A Porcelain Works, 1751-1851, with Account of the History of its Ancient and Modern POTTERY and Celtic, Roman, and Mediaval Pottery of Worces. PORCELAIN WORKS : and of their Productions of tershire ; second edition, enlarged, with 109 plates every class, by LLEW. JEWITT, illustrated by and woodcuts, thick 4to. LARGE PAPER; crimson nearly 2000 engravings, 1878- Also The KERAMIC morocco extra, gilt edges (a splendid volume), GALLERY, containing scveral hundred illustra. £7. 15s

1877

tions, mostly PHOTOGRAPHS of rare, curious, and Only twelve copies were printed for sale on Large Paper, which are illustrated (as the above) by twelve extra photographs.

choice examples of Pottery and Porcelain, from Catalogue of a Collection of WORCESTER

the earliest times to the present Century, with PORCELAIN, in the Museum of the Royal Porce.

Historical Notices and Descriptions by W. CHAFlain Works, Worcester, by R. W. BINNs, with

FERS, 1872-together 4 thick vols. royal 8vo. nex

1872-78 nearly 100 woodcuts of Ancient and Modern

half morocco, top edges gilt, £6. 6s Pottery, and numerous Potters' Marks, 8vo. cloth,KERAMIC ART OF GREAT BRITAIN, a His. 7s 6d

Worcester, 1882 tory of its Ancient and Modern Pottery and CHAFFERS (W.) KERAMIC GALLERY, con- Porcelain Works, and of their Productions of

taining several hundred Illustrations of rare, every Ciass, by LLEW. JEWITT, illustrated by curious, and choice Examples of Pottery and nearly 2000 engravings, 2 vols. royal 8vo. cloth, Porcelain to the beginning of the Century, with £1. 6s (pub. £2. 12s 6d)

1578 descriptions, 227,fine plates by the Woodburytype process, 2 vols. imperial 8vo. new half morocco,

The same, new half morocco, £1. 12s top edges gilt, £3. 10s

1872 MARRYAT (J.) History of POTTERY and MARKS and MONOGRAMS on POTTERY and PORCELAIN, mediæval and modern, second edition PORCELAIN of the Renaissance and Modern enlarged, with coloured plates and 240 woodcuts, periods, with Historical Notices of each Manu- royal 8vo. cloth, £l. Is

1857 factory, etc., sixth edition, enlarged, 3000 potters" LES TROYS LIBURES de L'Art du Potier, marks and illustrations, thick royal 8vo. new trec-calf gilt, by Rivière, £2. 8s

1876

esquels se traicte non seulement de la Practique, JACQUÉMART (A.) HISTOIRE de la KÉRA

mais briefvement de tous les Secretz de ceste MIQUE, with 200 woodcuts, 12 etchings, and 1000

chouse qui jouxte mes huy a estée toujours marks and monograms, imperial 8vo. ornamental

tenue célée, du Cav. C. PICCOLPASSI ; translatés vellum binding, top edges gilt, £l. 4s Paris, 1873

de l’Italien en langue Françoyse par C. Popelyn, HistorY of KERAMIC ART, a Study of

with facsimiles of the 41 curious original plates, Pottery, translated by Mrs. Bury Palliser ; second

folio, cloth, £1. 4s

Paris, 1860 edition, 200 woodcuts, 12 engravings, and 1000 CERAMIC ART in Remote Ages, by J. B. monograms, etc., royal 8vo. new morocco gilt, gilt WARING, 55 plates, containing numerous figures, edges, £2. 12s 6d

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KING, FITZROY, and DARWIN'S | KING (C. W.) HANDBOOK of ENGRAVED GEMS,

Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of the with numerous illustrations, post Svo. tree-elf Adventure and Beagle, 1826-36, describing their extra, 16s

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1839

The same, new calf gilt, 12: KING (E.) Morsels of CriticiSM, illustrating English Cathedrals, etc., are as follows : --Carolingian Romance

These excellent Essays by the late eminent author of some Passages of Scripture upon Philosophical Sacred Trees and Flowers ; The Dogs of Folk-Lore, History and Principles, and an enlarged View of Things, 4to. Romance; the Change of Faith in Iceland, A.D. 1000; the Great calf gilt (Mr. Beckford's copy), 5s 1788 Shrines of England ; Travelling in England; Devonshire; Robert

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KING (T. H., Architect) STUDY BOOK OF MEDIÆVAL ARCHITECTURE AND Art: Working

Drawings of the Principal Churches of the Middle Ages in Germany, Belgium, and France, drawn to Uniform Scales from actual measurement; to which are added, ILLUSTRATIONS OF REMARKABLE CHALICES, CUPS, IRONWORK, STAINED GLASS, TOMBS, etc., in all between Three and Four Thousand Subjects, engraved on 400 copperplates, with Descriptions by G. J. Hill, M.A., 4 vols. imperial 4to. half morocco, top edges gilt, £9.98 (pub. £12. 128)

(1808) The same, the plates on INDIA PAPER, 4 vols. half morocco, top edges gilt, £12. 12s (pub. £16. 16s) Upon this elaborate work the author has devoted ten years' labour and research. To students of Gothic Architecture it offers special advantages over other publications of a similar nature, namely :

1. In the abundant supply of the most useful examples of Medieval Architecture, for the four volumes contain Drawings of 92 Churches, which is a wider range than has yet been reached by any other work.

2. In the extreme accuracy and care with which the Drawings have been executed. In no single instance has the author trusted to the measurement of his predecessors. The details have all been drawn, the plans, sections, and elevations measured under his own eye.

3. In the uniformity of scales adopted, by which the student can at a glance compare the relative dimensions of different Churches. This has never been done before. A large church is generally drawn on a small scale, and a small church on a large scale, so that each plan of elevation shall occupy a whole plate-a system by which the comparison of any two churches requires an effort of the mind instead of being, as it ought to be, and may be, a matter of simple observation. The Ground-plans are all at the uniform scale of 1 in 500; the section and elevations at 1 in 300; the mouldings generally at 1 in 25. Plans may therefore be compared with plans, elevations with elevations, and mouldings with mouldings, with perfect facility.

4. To lessen the expense and bulk of the work, every available space on each plate has been occupied : so that, without crowding, every plate in this work contains as much matter as four ordinary ones.

The importance and value of this publication will be shown by an examination of the subjoined List of Churches which are illustrated in its pages, or from which objects worthy of attention have been selected.

Vol. I. contains :-Braisne, Étampes, Flavigny, Alby, St. Bertrand de Comminges, Altenberg, Auxerre, Maulbronn, Semur, Dijon, Séez, Spires, Gelnhausen, Luneburg, Toulouse, 23 churches in all, with 100 plates.

Vol. 2. Soissons, Andernach, Coblentz, Laach, Emmerich, Oberwesel, Fribourg, Oppenheim, Bruges, Ghent, Lysseweghe, Marburg, Halberstadt, Mayence, Hildesheim, Romersdorf, Neuss, Wesel, Ratisbon, 28 churches in all, with 100 plates.

Vol. 3. Bamberg, Hanover, Heilbronn, Osnabrück, Magdeburg, Laon, Le Mans, Chartres, St. Leu d’Esserent, Antwerp, Senlis, Rheims, Mantes, Brussels, Xanten, 19 churches in all, with 100 plates.

Vol. 4. Erfürt, Ulm, Naumburg, Cobern, Gladbeck, Bacharach, Vilvorde, Herford, Worms, Limburg, Treves, Lübeck, 22 churches in all, with 100 plates.

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1833

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1838

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man, Flemish, and Dutch Schools of Painting, 8vo. in one, calf extra, gilt edges, 5s 1833-37

by Eastlake and Crowe, 4 vols. – MEMOIRS of GEORGE LOVELL; a Novel, 3 vols. post 8vo.

Early Italian Painters, by, MRS. JAMESON, new cloth (scarce), 9s

1847

edition, with portraits, 1 vol.-LIVES of the Early KNOX (A. E.) GAME BIRDS and Wild Fowl ; Flemish Painters, by CrowE and CAVALCASELLE, their Friends and their Foes, post Svo, cloth, 6s 6d third edition, with illustrations, 1 vol.–Together 1850 6 vols, post 8vo. new calf gilt, £5.

1874-90

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