A series of plates engraved after the paintings and sculptures of the most eminent masters of the early Florentine school : intended to illustrate the history of the restoration of the arts of design in Italy and dedicated to John F. Flaxman, Professor of sculpture to the Royal Academy (in token of high respect for his genius) by William Young Ottley / edited and catalogued by Hugh Brigstoke.
- Reference LibraryN12.W35 A1 72 (LC) OversizeAccessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- "London, published by the ditor, no. 31 Devonshire Street, Portland place ... 1826"
Added title page for the Seventy-second Volume of the Walpole Society, 2010: John Flaxman and William Young Ottley in Italy by Hugh Brigstoke, Eckart Marchand and A.E. Wright.
- Subject Terms:
- Engraving.Painting, Florentine.Sculpture, Florentine.
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A series of plates engraved after the paintings and sculptures of the most eminent masters of the early Florentine school