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Ottley's Florentine School : A Series of Plates, engraved
after the Paintings and Sculptures of the inost Eminent Masters of the Early Florentine School ; intended to illustrate the History of the Restoration of the Arts of Design in Italy, by William Young Ottley, F.A.S., author of “ An Inquiry into the Origin and Early History of Engraving ;" “ The Italian School of Design,” &c. imperial folio, 51 superb plates, (pub. at £6, 68) hf. bd, green morocco extra, gilt edges, uniform with the “ Italian School of Design," £4.48
1826 This valuable work, the companion to the “ Italian School of Design," was long considered out of print ;-a few copies have just been made perfect, and they are offered at a very moderate price.
LIST OF THE PLATES. 1. Unknown Artist of the Greek 28. Taddeo Gaddi, Four Sitting Figures, School, (about 1230),
29. Giovanni Gaddi, (flourished 13 ..), Christ taken down from the Cross.
The Resurrection of Lazarus. 2. Giunta Pisano, (flouri. 1210–1250), 30. Angiolo Gaddi, another son of Taldeo, The Crucifixion, executed about 1236, in the
(born —, died 1387), upper church of S. Francesco, at Assisi.
Heraclius bcaring in procession the true Cross. 3. Giunta Pisano,
31. Andrea Orcagna, (b. 1329, d. 1389), Simon Magus supported in the air by Demons, painted about 1250, in the same church.
Christ passing Sentence on the Wicked. 4. Greek Artists, 1250,
32. Ugolino di Prete Ilario, of OrThe Maries and other Disciples mourning over
vieto, (flourished 1356—1370), the Body of Christ at the Sepulchre.
A Choir of Angels and Cherubim. 5. Niccola Pisano, (flouri. 1230—129...) 33. Paolo Uccello, (born 1389, died 1472) Christ taken down from the Cross.
The Sacrifice of Noah. 6. Niccola Pisano, The Creation of Adam.
34. Lorenzo Ghiberti, (born 137..., died 7. Niccola Pisano, Pious Women in Paradise.
1455), The Creation and Fall of Man. 8. Giovanni Cimabue, (born 12...., 35. Lorenzo Ghiberti, died 1300), The Nativity.
The Story of Jacob and Esau. 9. Giovanni Cimabue,
36. Lorenzo Ghiberti,
The Story of Joseph and his Brethren,
37. Lorenzo Ghiberti, 10. Giovanni Cimabue,
The Queen of Sheba visiting Solomon.
38. Donatello, (born 1383, died 1466), 11. Andrea Pisano, (b. 1270, d. 1345),
The celebrated Statue of St. George.
The Body of Christ surrounded by his Disciples. 12. Giotto di Bondone, (b. 1276, d. 1336),
40. Fra Giovanni Angelico da FieA Miracle of St. Francis.
sole, (born 1387, died 1455), 13. Giotto di Bondone, The miraculous
St. Stephen preaching. appearance of St. Francis to his Friars. 41. Fra Giov. Angelico da Fiesole, 14. Giotto di Bondone, The Body of St.
St. Lawrence distributing Alms to the Poor. Francis, carried to the Monastery of St. Clair. 42. Masaccio di S. Giovanni, (born 15. Giotto di Bondone,
1401, died 1443), St. Francis appearing to Gregory IX.
St. Catharine disputing with the Doctors. 16. Giotto di Bondone,
43. Masaccio di S. Giovanni, Another Miracle of St. Francis.
St. Paul visiting St. Peter in Prison. 17. Giotto di Bondone,
44. Masaccio di S. Giovanni, Another Miracle of St. Francis.
St. Peter and St. Paul before the Emperor. 18. Giotto di Bondone,
45. Melozzo da Forli, (flo. 1460-1471). St. Francis married by Christ to Poverty.
Christ standing in the Clouds, surrounded by 19. Giotto di Bondone, St. Francis in Glory.
a glory of Angels. 20. Giotto di Bondone,
46. Benozzo Gozzoli, (b. 1400, d. 1478), The Transfiguration, and The Last Supper.
Noah's Vineyard. 21. Giotto di Bondone,
47. Benozzo Gozzoli, Satan applying to the Almighty for permission
A Group of Wo:nen and Children. to tempt Job.
48. Benozzo Gozzoli, 22. Pietro Cavallini, (a Scholar of Giotto) Abraham entertaining the Three Angels. (born 1259, died 1344),
49. Benozzo Gozzoli, Christ on the cross lamented by Angels.
The Marriage Festival of Jacob and Rachel. 23. Puccio Capanna, (a Scholar of Giotto), 50. Sandro Botticelli, (b. 1437, d. 1515) (flourished 1330),
51. Filippino Lippi, (b. 1460, d. 1505), 24. Puccio Capanna, The Burial of
Two Muses. 26 Tommaso di Stefano, called Giot- 52. Luca Signorelli da Cortona, (born tino, (born 1324, died 1356),
about 1440, died 1521), A Miracle of St. Nicholas,
The Wicked destroyed at the end of the World. 26. Taddeo Gaddi, (a Scholar of Giotto), 53. Luca Signorelli da Cortona,
Demons in the Air.
54. Luca Signorelli da Cortona, 27. Taddeo Gaddi, The Birth of the Virgin.
A group of Angels.
BERNARD QUARITCH'S CATALOGUE OF Ottley's Italian
School of Design, 1 vol. imperial folio, 84 carefully engraved and tinted. plates, being a series of Facsimiles of original DRAWINGS by the most eminent Painters and SCULPTORS of Italy, with biographical notices, (pub. at £12. 128) hf. bd, morocco extra, gilt edges, £5. In 1862 Miss Currer's copy fetched £8. 2s 6d.
1823 1. Niccola Pisano.-Christ taken down 40. Raffaelle.-A group of Women and from the Cross.'
Children from the fresco. 2. Greek Drawing.–St. Luke painting
41. Raffaelle.- The portrait of. the Virgin.
42. Raffaelle.- The Nativity.' 3. Giunta Pisano.—Simon Magus.'
43. Raffaelle.-Study of military figures. 4. Giovanni Cimabue, “Three Angels.' 44. Raffaelle.-- Head of the Madonna.' 5. Giovanni Cimabue.- Studies.' 45. Raffaelle.- A youth at bis devotions.' 6. Giotto di Bondone.—'The Trans- 46. Raffaelle, (c. 1506). – A music party.' figuration.'
47. Raffaelle. --Battle for the Standard.' 7. Giotto.- The bark of St. Peter.' 48. Raffaelle.- Head of an Angel.' 8. Giotto.-" The Madonna.'
49. Raffaelle.-Study for two figures, one 9. Donatello.- A female figure sitting.' ascending, the other descending the steps. 10. Donatello.-Two Apostolic figures. 50. Raffaelle.—'Archimedes & his Disciples.' 11. Donatello.– Christ from the Cross.' 51. Raffaelle.--The figure of Diogenes.' 12. Fra Filippo Lippi.— The Magi.' 52. Raffaelle.—' A group of combatants.' 13. Andrea Mantegna.— Tritons and 53. Raffaelle. — The Muse Melpomene.' Sea-horses.'
54. Raffaelle.—Figure of a woman.' 14. Andrea Mantegna.–Man expiring.' 55. Raffaelle.-Study for the figure of a 15. Luca Signorelli.-A small fresco in Woman with two children.' chiaro-scuro, in the Duomo at Orvieto.
56. Raffaelle.—God appearing to Moses.' 16. Luca Signorelli.—'A group of armed 57. Raffaelle.—'Adoration of the Shepherds.' men on horseback.'
58. Raffaelle.- The Figure of Adam.' 17. Lionardo da Vinci.--Christ bear
59 Raffaelle.-- The death of Adonis.' ing his Cross.'
60. Raffaelle.- Sea Nymphs and Tritons.' 18. Lionardo da Vinci.—Leda.'
61. Raffaelle.- Group of Children at play.' 19. Fra Bartolommeo di San Marco. 62. Raffaelle.- A female figure, standing. -'A study of two figures.'
63, Giulio Romano.-'A female Tiger, 20. Fra Bartolommeo.— Holy Family: with two Cupids.' 21. Fra Bartolommeo.—The Madonna.'
64. Giulio Romano.- A naked female, 22. Michelangiolo Buonaroti.—The
with attendant infants.' dead body of Christ supported by Nico- 65. Giulio Romano.– Death of Semele.'
demus, the Madonna, & Mary Magilalen.' 66. Polidoro da Caravaggio.- Part of 23. Michelangiolo.—"Twodraped figures.'
frieze, representing the Story of Niobe.' 24. Michelangiolo.—'A man's head.'
67. Polidoro.- Part of another frieze, 25. Michelangiolo.- A page of a sketch
68. Giorgione da Castelfranco.– An book.'
unknown subject.' 26. Michelangiolo.– A woman dancing 69. Antonio da Correggio.- Children.' a child on her knee.'
70. Correggio.– Original study.' 27. Michelangiolo.-Study for the figure 71. Francesco Mazzuoli, called Il of the l'rovhet Isaiah.'
Parmigianino.- A female winding 28. Michelangiolo.-" The figure of Adam.'
thread, and a group of Infants.' 29. Michelangiolo.—Study for the Head 72. Parmigianino.—The 'portraits of himof one of the Academy figures.'
self and his mistress.' 30. Michelangiolo.—A man seated in 73. Bartolommeo Passarotti.—Group profile, reading.'
of three half-length figures.' 31. Michelangiolo.— Three figures in con
74. Lod. Caracci.—Madonna and Child' versation.'
75. Lod. Caracci.—'The Holy Family.' 32. Michelangiolo.- A man's head.' 76. Annibale Caracci.-- A study of the 33. Michelangiolo.—Design for part of back-view of a naked female.' the Last Judgment.'
77. Annibale Caracci.- Caricatures.' 34. Michelangiolo.-Study for the Head 78. Gregorio Pagani.-Design for the of St. Bartholomew.'
finding of the true Cross.' 35. Michelangiolo.—'Cleopatra.'
79. Niccolo Poussin.-A design, repre36. Andrea del Sarto.-Two studies.
enting · Mars and Venus with Cupids.' 37. Domenico Beccafumi. Two 80. Niccolo Poussin. - The Death of figures of prophets.'
Hippolytus.' 38. Baccio Bandinelli.- 'The Death of 81. Gasparo Poussin.-A Landscape. Hercules.'
82. Claudio Lorenese.-'Group of Trees.' 39. Raffaello Sanzio di Urbino.- Claudio Lore nese - A Landscape.' Chority,' (in a circle).
Salyator Ros8.- A study of a Treç.'
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JONES'S ALHAMBRA, PLANS, ELEVATIONS, and SECTIONS OF THE ALHAMBRA, with the elaborate
details of this beautiful specimen of MOORISH ARCHITECTURE, minutely displayed in 102 beautifully engraved plates, 67 of which are highly finished in gold and colours, from Drawings taken on the spot, by JULES GOURY and OWEN JONES, with a complete translation of the Arabic Inscriptions, and an historical notice of the Kings of Granada, bg P. DE GAYANGOS, 2 vols. atlas folio, (pub. at £21.) hf. red morocco, gilt edges, £16. 168 1842-45
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“ The Alhambra still exists-one of the most recent of European ruins. It is the most perfect in repair and the richest in design, and is still one of the most wonderful productions of Eastern splendour.”
LIST OF PLATES, VOL. I. 1. Plan of the Fortress of the Alhambra. 26. Longitudinal section through the Baths. 2. Gate of Justice.
27. Details of an arch in the Hall of Justice. 3. Plan of the Royal Arabian Palace in the 28. Details of an arch. Portico of the Court ancient Fortress of the Alhambra.
of the Lions. 4. View of the Court of the Fish Pond, from 29. Portico Court of the Lions. the Hall of the Bark.
30. Detail of an arch. Court of the Fish Pond. 5. Transverse section of the Court of the 31. Court of the Lions, and Hall of Justice.
Fish Pond, looking towards the Palace 32. Door to the Hall of the Abencerrages. of Charles the Fifth.
33. Details of the wood-work of the door to tho 6. Arches of the Court of the Fish Pond.
Hall of the Abencerrages. 7. Section through the Court of the Fish 34. Capitals.
Pond, and the Hall of the Ambassadors. 35. Capital of a column from the Hall of tho 8. Ceiling of the Hall of the Ambassadors.
Ambassadors, and four small engageil 9. Divan, Court of the Fish Pond.
shafts from the Hall of the Two Sisters. 10. Details of the Arches. Hall of the Bark. 36. Ornaments of the Hall of the Ambassadors. 11. Details of the great Arches of the Hall of 37. Frets from different halls. the Bark (quarter size).
38. Actual state of the colours. 12. Ornaments painted on the pendants of the 39. Mosaic dado in the centre window of the Hall of the Bark (one-third size).
Hall of the Ambassadors. 13. Entrance to the Court of the Lions. 40. Mosaic dados on the pillars of the Hall of 14. Section of the Court of the Lions.
the Ambassadors. 15. Section through the Hall of the Two 41. Mosaic dados on the pillars of the Hall of
Sisters, Court of the Lions, and Hall of the Ambassadors.
42. Mosaics in the Hall of the Two Sisters. *16. Centre arcade of the Court of the Lions. 43. Mosaics from the Mosque and the Hall of 17. Fountain of the Court of the Lions.
the Baths. 18. Sections of the Hall of Justice.
44. Painted tiles. 13. View in the Hall of the Two Sisters. 45. The Jar. 20. Detail of the Upper Story. Hall of the 46. Painting on the ceiling of the centre alcove Two Sisters.
of the Hall of Justice. 21. Windows in the Alcove. Hall of the Two 47. Painting on the ceiling of the left alcove of Sisters.
the Hall of Justice (No. 1). 22. Details of the arches in the Hall of the | 48. Painting on the ceiling of the right alcove Abencerrages.
of the Hall of Justice (No. 3). 23. Façade, Court of the Mosque.
49. Details of the painting on the ceiling of the 24. Cornice to the roof, Court of the Mosque. centre alcove of the Hall of Justice. Scale one-tenth of an inch.
50. Head (full size). 25. Niche, near the Mosque.
51 Tower of the Infantas.
BERNARD QUARITCH'S CATALOGUE OF
Owen Jones's Alhambra-continued.
LIST OF PLATES, VOL. II. Plate No.
No. I. 1. Ornament in panels on the walls, XXVII. 39. Small panel in jamb of a winHall of the Ambassadors.
dow, Hall of the Two II. 2. Cornice over columns, Court of
Sisters. the Lions. 3. Frieze over XXVIII. 40. Frieze in the upper chamber columns, Court of the Lions.
of the House of Sanchez. III. 4. Ornament in panels, Sala de la
41. Cornice at springing of Barca. 5. Ornament in panels,
arches, windows of the Hall Hall of the Ambassadors.
of the Ambassadors. IV. 6. Frieze in the Hall of the Two XXIX. 42. Panel in the upper chamber Sisters. 7. Panel on jambs of
of the House of Sanchez. doorways, Hall of the Two XXX. 43. Panels on walls, Tower of the Sisters.
Captive. V. 8. Ornament in panels, Hall of the XXXI. 44, 45, 46, 47. Ornaments on Ambassadors.
panels, Hall of the AmbasVI. 9. Band round panels in windows,
sadors. Hall of the Two Sisters.
XXXII. 48. Band at springing of arch at 10. Panelling in windows, Hall of
the entrance of the Hall of the Ambassadors.
the Two Sisters from the VII. 11. Ornament in panels, Court of
Court of Lions. 49. Panelthe Mosque.
ing of the centre recess, VIII 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. Ornaments at
Hall of the Ambassadors. the junctions of inscriptions, XXXIII. 50. Soffit of great arch at the enCourt of the Lions, and Court
trance of the Court of the of the Fishpond.
Fishpond. IX. 17, 18. Sunk lines on the walls, Hall XXXIV. 51. Soffit of arch, entrance of the of Justice and Court of Lions.
Hall of the Abencerrages. X. 19, 20, 21. Sunk lines on the walls, XXXV. 52, 53, 54, 55. Rafters of a roof House of the Commandment.
over a doorway, now des. XI. 22. Soffit of an arch, Court of the
troyed, beneath the Tocador Fishpond.
de la Reyna. XII. 23. Ornament over doorway at the XXXVI. 56. Spandril from niche of doorentrance, Court of Lions.
way at the entrance of the XIII. 24. Ornament in doorway at the
Hall of the Ambassadors, entrance to the Ventana, Hall
from the Sala de la Barca. of the Two Sisters.
XXXVII. 57. Lintel of a doorway, Court of XIV. 25. Ornament on the side of win
the Mosque. dows, upper story, Hall of the XXXVIII. 58, 56, 60, 61, 62. Borders of Two Sisters.
arches. XV. 26. Ornaments in spandrils of arches, XXXIX. 63. Cornice at springing of arch Hall of the Two Sisters.
at doorway at the entrance 27. Ornaments in spandrils of arches,
of the Ventana, Hall of the Hall of the Abencerrages.
Two Sisters. XVI. 28. Ornaments in panels, Hall of XL 64, 65. Capitals of Columns, the Ambassadors.
Court of the Lions. XVII. 29. Ornament in panels, Court of XLI. 66, 67. Capitals of Columns, the Mosque.
Court of the Lions. XVIII. 30. Ornaments over arches at the XLII. 68, 69. Capitals of Columns, entrance to the Court of Lions.
Court of the Fishpond. XIX. 31. Ornament on the walls, Hall of XLIII. 70. Blank window, Hall of the the Abencerrages.
Bark. XX. 32. Ornament in panels on the XLIV. 71. Blank window, Hall of the walls, Court of the Mosque.
Bark. XXI 33. Ornament in panels on the walls, XLV. 72. Blank window, Hall of the Hall of the Ambassadors.
Bark. XXII. 34. Ornament on the walls, House XLVI. 73. Part of ceiling of the portico of Sanchez.
of the Court of the Fishpond. XXIII. 35. Spandril of an arch of window, XLVII. 74, 75, 76, 77, 78. Bands, sides of Hall of the Ambassadors.
arches, Court of Lions. XXIV. 36. Brackets supporting ceiling of XLVIII. 79, 80, 81,82,83, 84. Ornaments on the portico, Court of the Lions.
the walls, La Ventana Hall, XXV. 37. Small panel in jamb of a window,
Hall of the Two Sisters. Hall of the Ambassadors. XLIX. 85. Mosaic in the Divan, Court of XXVI. 38. Small panel in jamb of a window,
the Fishpond. Hall of the Ambassadors. L.
86, 87. Mosaics, in the Baths.
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List of Plates of Owen Jones's Grammar of Ornament. Chap. I. Ornament of Savage Tribes. 22 Painted Greek Ornaments from the Temples i Ornaments from Articles belonging to and Tombs in Greece and Sicily.
various Savage Tribes, exhibited in the
Chap. V. Pompeian Ornament. 2 Ditto
23 Collection of Borders from different Edifices 3 Ditto ditto.
in Pompeii. CHAP. II. Egyptian Ornament.
24 Ditto Pilasters and Friezes 4 The Lotus and Papyrus, types of Egyptian
25 Mosaics from Pompeii and the Museum at ornament.
Naples. Ditto, with Feathers and Palm-branches.
CHAP. VI. Roman Ornament. 6 Capitals of Columns, showing the varied
26 Roman Ornaments from Casts in the applications of the Lotus and Papyrus. 6* Ditto ditto.
27 Ditto from the “ Museo Bresciano." 7 Various Cornices formed by the Pendent Lotus.
Chap. VII. Byzantine Ornament. 8 Ornaments from Mummy Cases in the
28 Carved Byzantine Ornaments. British Museum and the Louvre.
ditto. 9 Geometrical Ornaments from Ceilings of
30 Mosaics. 10 Ornaments with Curved Lines from Ceilings of Tombs.
CHAP. VIII. Arabian Ornament. 11 Various Ornaments from Ceilings and 31 Arabian Ornaments of the Ninth Century Walls of Tombs.
from Cairo. CHAP. III. Assyrian and Persian 32 Arabian Ornaments of the Thirteenth Ornament.
Century, from Cairo. 12 Painted Ornaments from Nineveh.
33 Ditto ditto not sold separately 13 Ditto.
34 Portion of an Illuminated Copy of the 14 Carved Ornaments from Persepolis, and * Koran."
Sassanian Ornaments from Ispahan and 35 Mosaics from Walls and Pavements from
Houses in Cairo.
Cuap. IX. Turkish Ornament. 15 The various Forms of the Greek Fret.
36 Ornaments in Relief from Mosques, Tombs 16
and Fountains at Constantinople. 17
37 Painted Ornaments from the Mosque of 18 (Ornaments from Greek and Etruscan Vases
Soliman at Constantinople. 19 in the British Museum and the Louvre.
38 Decoration of the Dome of the Tomb of 20
Soliman I. at Constantinople. 21 )