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Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting now remaining in England

Carter, John

Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting now remaining in England

from the earliest period to the reign of Henry VIII ... : designed to show the rise and progress of sculpture and painting in England : to explain obscure and doubtful parts of history, and to preserve the portraits of great and eminent personages

by Carter, John

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Published by H. G. Bohn in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sculpture, British,
  • Glass painting and staining -- Great Britain,
  • Painting, British,
  • Sculpture, Architectural

  • Edition Notes

    Statementexhibited in one hundred and twenty plates drawn and etched by John Carter ; with critical and historical illustrations by Francis Douce, Richard Gough, John Fenn, J.S. Hawkins, William Bray, and the Rev. John Milner.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ([6], 148, [6] p., 115 leaves of plates) in 1 :
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18980995M

    We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services. A dramatic representation of the bust in John Carter’s extra-illustrated copy of Description, later engraved in his Specimens of the Ancient Sculpture and Painting now remaining in this Kingdom (), shows the alternative trajectories of Henry VII from Westminster Abbey to Strawberry Hill, from Walpole’s cosmopolitan collection of Author: Luisa Calè.

    Publications: Views of ancient buildings in England, 6 vols (London, ); Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting now remaining in this kingdom, 2 vols (London, , ); The ancient architecture of England, 2 vols (London, , ). A lesson on ancient Greek painting in the form of pottery as well as Greek sculpture discussion on the artist's quest to achieve real human proportions and postures. From the Geometric Period, the earliest period of Greek art, to the development of the anatomical canon of proportions in the High Classical period, you can use the evolution of.

    The Egyptians had three kinds of painting: one on flat surfaces, a second on bas-reliefs, or designs a little raised and then colored, and a third on designs in intaglio, or hollowed out from the flat surface and the colors applied to the figures thus cut had no knowledge of what we call perspective, that is, the art of representing a variety of objects on one flat surface, and making.   Such practical features size, resilience, portability help explain why a similar form of palm-leaf art, the illustrated book, was popular in India between the 10th and 13th centuries.


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Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting now remaining in England, from the earliest period to the reign of Henry VIII /. designed to shew the rise and progress of sculpture and painting in explain obscure and doubtful parts of history, and to preserve.

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[John Carter; Francis Douce; Dawson Turner]. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Manufacturer: London Bohn.

Specimens of the Ancient Sculpture and Painting Now Remaining in England, from the Earliest Period to the Reign of Henry VIII. London: Henry G. Bohn, Large, thick folio (13 by 20 inches), contemporary three-quarter burgundy morocco, raised bands, elaborately gilt-decorated spine, black morocco spine label, marbled boards and endpapers.

Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting now remaining in England, from the earliest period to the reign of Henry VIII /. designed to shew the rise and progress of sculpture and painting in explain obscure and doubtful parts of history, and to preserve the portraits of great and eminent personages.

Specimens of the Ancient Sculpture and Painting, now remaining in this Kingdom, from the earliest period to the reign of Henry y e VIII consisting of Statues, Bassorelievos, Brasses &c. Paintings on Glass and on Walls &c, A Description of each Subject, some of which by Gentlemen of Leterary abilities, and well versed in the Antiquities of this Kingdom whose names are prefixed to their Essays.

Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting now remaining in this kingdom, from the earliest period to the reign of Henry ye VIII: consisting of statues, bassorelievos, brasses &c., paintings on glass and on walls, &c.: a description of each subject, some of which by gentlemen of leterary [sic] abilities, and well versed in the antiquities of this kingdom, whose names are prefixed to.

Specimens of antient sculpture: Ægyptian, Etruscan, Greek, and Roman by Knight, Richard Payne, ; Agar, John Samuel, ca. ; Knight, Richard Payne, Inquiry into the symbolical language of ancient art and mythology; Society of Dilettanti (London, England). The Ancient Architecture of England.

and. Specimens of the Ancient Sculpture and Painting Now Remaining in England. In Two Volumes. By John Carter. - London - Henry G. Bohn. 20" by "; (viii) 74pp; pp. The Royal Academy of Arts, located in the heart of London, is a place where art is made, exhibited and debated.

Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting now remaining in Engla Carter, John Not In Library. Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting now remaining in Engla Carter, John2 books Carter, John, 2 books Margaret Dickens Whinney, 2 books Joanna Barnes, 1 book Herbert Edward Read, 1 book Newton, Eric.

Publications. His first important published work was his Specimens of Ancient Sculpture and Painting, published in parts between and In his introduction to the Specimens Carter wrote that, "having explored at different times various parts of England for the purpose of taking sketches and drawing of the remains of ancient sculpture and painting, his aim is to perpetuate such as he.

Reliquae Antiquae; or a series of etchings, representing remains of ancient architecture and sculpture, in the county of York. York, Butler, Lawrence. The Yorkshire Church Notes of Sir Stephen Glynne (). Woodbridge, Carter, John N. Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting, now remaining in this kingdom London, Plate from: Carter, J.

Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting, now remaining in this kingdom London: Published as the act directs by John Carter, Wood St. Westminster, []. Printmaker from the Catalogue of engraved British portraits. Sheet trimmed to plate mark. The last of their monumental publishing enterprises, Specimens of Antient Sculpture, features collections of Greek and Roman art created by such prominent members as author Richard Payne Knight (), Charles Townley (), and Thomas Hope ().

Plate from: Carter, J. Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting, now remaining in this kingdom London: Published as the act directs by John Carter, Wood St.

Westminster, []. Sculpture -- New Jersey. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Sculpture; Art -- New Jersey; New Jersey; Narrower term: Monuments -- New Jersey; Filed unde. Stained Glass Work: A Text-Book for Students and Workers in Glass (reprint: London et al.: Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, ), by Christopher Whall (multiple formats at ) An inquiry into the difference of style observable in ancient glass paintings: especially in England: with hints on glass painting / (Oxford: John Henry Parker.

Art of the Ancient World Painting, Sculpture, Architecture [Groenewegen-Frankfort, H.A. and Bernard Ashmole] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Art of the Ancient World Painting, Sculpture, ArchitectureAuthor: H.A.

and Bernard Ashmole Groenewegen-Frankfort. The most famous post-war ‘definition’ of sculpture has it that ‘sculpture is what you bump into when you back up to look at a painting’. Usually attributed to American abstract painter and wit Ad Reinhardt (–), it was no doubt partly prompted by the frustration many modern painters feel when they have to share gallery space with large sculptures that may upstage their.

(64) John Carter, Specimens of the Ancient Sculpture and painting, now remaining in this kingdom, from the earliest period to the reign of Henry VIII, 2 vols (London: Edward Jeffrey and Sons, ; ). (65) Carter, Specimens, I, title page. (66) John Carter, Views of Ancient Buildings in England, 6 vols (London: John Carter, ).John Carter Specimens of the ancient sculpture and painting now remaining in England, from the earliest period to the reign of Henry VIII London: LRA m5-a.2; Joseph Farington The diary of Joseph Farington New Haven/London: Library Level 8 History DLF2 G.