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1843 Décadence au Quatrième Siècle jusqu'à son

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Operations and Discoveries on the opening of 1835

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pen is quite incapable of conveying an adequate imENGLEFIELD'S ISLE OF WIGHT, being a pression.”—Sir Thomas Lawrence.

Description of its principal Picturesque Beauties, FLAXMAN'S ACTS OF MERCY.-A Series Antiquities, and Geological Phenomena, 4to, of 8 beautiful Compositions, in the manner of with 50 large plates, engraved by Cooke, in- Ancient Sculpture, engraved in imitation of cluding a Geological Map, cloth boards, lettered, the original drawings, by F. C. Lewis, obl. fol. (pub. at 71. 78.) reduced to 21. 58. 1816 hf. bd. mor. (pub. at 21. 28.) red. to 168. 1831

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« Fuseli's Lectures have been stamped as the noblest

criticism extant on Art."-New Monthly. TIES, entitled Collections Historical, Genealo- GELL AND GANDY'S POMPEIANA, or the gical, and Topographical, for Bedfordshire;

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tiful line engravings by Goodall, Cooke, Heath, The object of these engravings is to illustrate the Antiquities, rather than the Scenery of the County.

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1824 sist of Churches, Priories, Castles, Old Houses, Door- This charming book has long been very scarce, and ways, Monuments, Brasses, Tombs, Fonts, Crosses, only procurable by chance, and at a large price. The Ancient Sculpture, and Miscellaneous Antiquities.

present copies (only a small number) have been locked FISHER'S DRAWING ROOM SCRAP BOOK up since the time of publication, in the possession of FOR 1844, edited by Mrs. Ellis, containing

the author, who had determined that the work should

not be sold under the full price. 36 beautiful plates engraved by Cook, Goodall, GIL BLAS, translated by SMOLLETT ; Pictorial Challis, Willmore, H. Robinson, &c., after

Edition, illustrated by upwards of 500 beautiful paintings by Turner, C. Stanfield, McClise,

wood engravings, after the celebrated designs of Leitch, Poussin, Guercino, Allom, Bartlett,

Gigoux, 2 vols. royal 8vo, extra cloth bds. (pub. &c., medium 4to, gilt cloth, gilt edges, (pub. at

at 21. 28.) reduced to 11. 48.

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It is impossible to notice without unreserved adthe same, for 1845, extra cloth, (pub. miration, this beautiful edition. It will be, without at 11. 18.) reduced to 128.

doubt, the edition of Gil Blas; there is a spirit and FISHER'S WARWICKSHIRE ANTIQUI.

force in the groups of figures which have rarely been

excelled."-Athenaum. TIES.-A Series of Ancient Allegorical, His- GILPIN'S PRACTICAL HINTS UPON torical, and Legendary Paintings in Fresco, LANDSCAPE GARDENING, with some discovered on the walls of the Chapel of the Remarks on Domestic Architecture, royal 8vo, Holy Cross, at Stratford-upon-Avon; ancient

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Northern Tour; Observations relative which, according to the opinion of Walpole, in his History of Painting, no specimens of the Art existed."

to the Picturesque Beauty of several parts of --Gentleman's Magazine.

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This clever and entertaining volume is now enscenery to the principles of artificial landscape, and to

larged by ten additional sheets, each containing numeopen the sources of those pleasures which are derived rous subjects. It includes the whole of Heath's Omfrom the comparison: and his design is executed with

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the time of Constantine to the Fifteenth Century, with their Portraits after Sir Peter Lely and

with an Introduction and Text, impl. folio, other eminent Painters ; illustrating the Diaries

First Series, containing 40 beautiful and highly of Pepys, Evelyn, Clarendon, &c., second

interesting Views of Ecclesiastical Buildings in edition, considerably enlarged, with an Intro

Italy, several of which are expensively illumi. ductory Essay, and additional Anecdotes, 2 vols.

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Normans in Sicily, impl. folio, 30 large and well-known to require eulogy from us."--Court Journal. very beautiful engravings, several of which are “ An exquisite volume. It is the first time these

coloured, consisting of Picturesque Views, Arlovely portraits have been produced in a style worthy of the beauty and interest of the subjects, and it sup

chitectural Remains, Interiors and Exteriors of plies a desideratum in the Fine Arts. The accompa

Buildings, with descriptive letter-press now first nying Memoirs are so many specimens of exquisite added, half morocco, (pub. at 57. 58.) reduced composition of rare excellence and high value."--New

to 31. 138. 6d.


with the plates coloured like PRIVATE PICTURE GALLERIES IN drawings, half bound morocco, 87. 88. 1846 LONDON, containing accurate Catalogues ar

the same, mounted on card-board, atlas ranged alphabetically, preceded by an historical

folio, in a handsome portfolio, 101. 108. and critical Introduction, and an Essay on Art,

But very few copies are now first executed in this Artists, Collectors, and Connoisseurs, 1 thick expensive manner. vol. post 8vo, extra cloth, (pub. at 158.) red.

Of all the numerous lithographic folios of archito 78. 60.


tectural and scenic subjects which have of late made

their appearance, this is not only one of the best exe“This is not merely a Companion to Private Gal

cuted, but also the most interesting, especially to the leries, but a Collection of Thoughts and Pictures, going lovers of Architecture, on account of the accuracy of far to make the Private Galleries of Art,' every one's drawing which is evident in every detail, and the private galleries. Mrs. Jameson knows her subject judgment used in the selection of objects. Too many thoroughly, and is so skilful a mistress of language, travellers have passed over this interesting ground that few who care about painting will lay down the without discovering its riches in the Architecture of volume when once taken up; no matter whether at the Middle and Saracenic Ages. Grosvenor-House, or Stafford-House, at Penzance, or Berwick-upon-Tweed."-Atheneum.

KNIGHT'S ANTIQUITIES OF THE BRITISH “Pleasant to read, useful to consult, and valuable MUSEUM, containing 112 engravings of all as a vade mecum to the visitor.”—Spectator.

the most remarkable Statuary and Sculpture, JONES (OWEN) AND GOURY'S SCENERY

Egyptian Antiquities, Vases, &c., with letter. OF THE NILE, from Cairo to the Second

press on the reverses, mounted on cards, foolsCataract, from Drawings made on the spot;

cap 8vo, in a cloth case, lettered, (pub. at 98.) with Historical Notices the Monuments, by reduced to 48. 6d. SAMUEL Birch, Senior in the Department of Antiquities in the British Museum, and Hon. KNIGHT'S PICTORIAL LONDON. 6 vols. Mem. of the Egyptian Societies of Cairo, royal

bound in 3 thick handsome vols. impl. 8vo, folio, containing 30 large and very fine tinted

illustrated by 650 wood engravings, extra cloth, engravings, drawn on stone by George Moore,

gilt backs, very elegant, (pub at 31. 38.) reduced to ll. 188.

1841-44 (the artist of Gally Knight's Works) and a coloured frontispiece, half morocco, (pub. at

the same, 6 vols. in 3, elegantly hf. bd. 41, 48.) reduced to 21. 168.

1843 morocco extra, gilt backs and gilt edges, 3,

the same,

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