Library Bulletin

Library Bulletin

Art of the world . v . 2 , p . 107 . Ref . Hoyt , D. L. World's painters and their
pictures . 759 113 Hurll , E. M. Life of our Lord as represented in art . 755 H The
enemy sewing tares . p . 143 . Jackson , H .. M. ( H. H. ) On two pictures by
Vedder ...

Author: Fitchburg Public Library

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ISBN: UIUC:30112042813532

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Class List

Class List

P2 724.136 724.130 724.92 722.58 723.84 721.124 722.64 721.113 . . . . Havard
, H. Dutch school of painting . 1885 Hitchcock , J. R. ' w . ' Etching in America .
1886 Hoyt , D. L. World's painters and their pictures Hunt , W. M. Talks on art . 2v .

Author: Tufts Library

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ISBN: UIUC:30112119941505

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THE WORLDS PAINTERS

THE WORLDS PAINTERS

He was a painter of great originality , was the first real landscapist among the
Florentines , and placed some of his mythical ... Their pictures are filled with
costly jewelled ornaments and embossed articles of various kinds , and their
figures are ...

Author: HOYT

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The Old Masters and Their Pictures

The Old Masters and Their Pictures

... I mean to tell the legends of the painters , because even when they are most
doubtful they give the most striking indications of the times and the light in which
painters and their paintings were regarded by the world of artists , and by the
world ...

Author: Sarah Tytler

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ISBN: HARVARD:FL3FE8

Category: Painters

Page: 363

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Categories: Painters

The National Gallery its pictures and their painters A hand book for visters A catalogue By Henry G Clarke

The National Gallery  its pictures and their painters  A hand book for visters  A catalogue  By Henry G  Clarke

This picture whether we consider it as a whole , or in reference to its distinctive
features , is extremely beautiful . The figure of Peace ... Erroneously called “
Gervartius " in the Official Catalogue : one of the finest pictures in the world .
Panel . 2ft .

Author: National Gallery (Great Britain)

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ISBN: BL:A0020547837

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The American Monthly Review of Reviews

The American Monthly Review of Reviews

There is also a special chapter on “ Pictures in the SchoolRoom , ” contributed by
the director of art instruction in the New Haven public schools . The World's
Painters and Their Pictures . By Deristhe L. Hoyt . 12mo , pp . xvi - 272 . Boston :
Ginn ...

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ISBN: MINN:319510024394543

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The World s Art

The World s Art

artists which was hung in Gallery Z of the Art Building , and was so surprising for
its sharpness even at the edges , although taken ... It is true that American
painters often get their pictures photographed by the nearest camera to be had ,
as a ...

Author: Earl Shinn

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ISBN: PRNC:32101073995134

Category: Art

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Great Painters and Their Famous Bible Pictures

Great Painters and Their Famous Bible Pictures

Every is said to have worked in his studio “ as one of his works stands in need of
a in a tower opulent with ivory and jewels . ... THIS much admired picture , known
as warrant for doing , in inaudible to the ma“ The Apparition " or " The Vision of
painting their robes jority of men . ... classical subhas once more drawn to her
bosom : she has seen the head of jects in this manner , the world beneath its
John the ...

Author: William Griffith

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ISBN: WISC:89051958270

Category: Christian art and symbolism

Page: 217

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Categories: Christian art and symbolism

The Century

The Century

Engdemy , in Burlington House , in lish painting was out in considerable force ,
but the French Salon , in Munich ... of the exhibit at Chicago ) , they compound
point from which to judge the world's painting . pictures to their own humiliation .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105007459287

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Painters Sculptors Architects Engravers and Their Works

Painters  Sculptors  Architects  Engravers  and Their Works

When only fifteen he painted his picture of “ Hercules destroying the Horses of
Diomedes . ” When he was ... He could paint a round arm , a bit of delicate lace ,
or express a dimple wonderfully well . lle succeeded as a portrait painter . In the
Louvre ... He completed it , and , in spite of great trials and hindrances of every
possible kind , he produced one of the greatest and boldest masterpieces of the
world ...

Author: Clara Erskine Clement Waters

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ISBN: UOM:39015065236922

Category: Artists

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Painters Sculptors Architects Engravers and Their Work

Painters  Sculptors  Architects  Engravers  and Their Work

When only fifteen he painted his picture of “ Hercules destroying the Horses of
Diomedes . ” When he was twenty - two his patron sent him to Italy and
recommended him to Nicolas Poussin . He spent six years in Italy and returned to
Paris with ...

Author: Clara Erskine Clement Waters

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ISBN: WISC:89054393749

Category: Artists

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Picture World

Picture World

Modernity , for Heidegger , presents itself as “ the age of the world picture . ... His
essay “ The Painter of Modern Life ” ( 1863 ) , though usually remembered for its
indelible figure of the flâneur , also offers a profound meditation on the ...

Author: Rachel Teukolsky

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780198859734

Category: Art

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The modern media world came into being in the nineteenth century, when machines were harnessed to produce texts and images in unprecedented numbers. In the visual realm, new industrial techniques generated a deluge of affordable pictorial items, mass-printed photographs, posters, cartoons, and illustrations. These alluring objects of the Victorian parlor were miniaturized spectacles that served as portals onto phantasmagoric versions of 'the world.' Although new kinds of pictures transformed everyday life, these ephemeral items have received remarkably little scholarly attention. Picture World shines a welcome new light onto these critically neglected yet fascinating visual objects. They serve as entryways into the nineteenth century's key aesthetic concepts. Each chapter pairs a new type of picture with a foundational keyword in Victorian aesthetics, a familiar term reconceived through the lens of new media. 'Character' appears differently when considered with caricature, in the new comics and cartoons appearing in the mass press in the 1830s; likewise, the book approaches 'realism' through pictorial journalism; 'illustration' via illustrated Bibles; 'sensation' through carte-de-visite portrait photographs; 'the picturesque' by way of stereoscopic views; and 'decadence' through advertising posters. Picture World studies the aesthetic effects of the nineteenth century's media revolution: it uses the relics of a previous era's cultural life to interrogate the Victorian world's most deeply-held values, arriving at insights still relevant in our own media age.
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A General Dictionary of Painters A new edition etc With a supplement

A General Dictionary of Painters     A new edition  etc  With a supplement

... as artists did of old , when History was to the multitude a book shut , and the
Bible a work sealed , and painters were the world's historians . ... Our painters
have yielded at last to the taste which they could not control : pictures of
moderate dimensions are now numerous ... Netherlands is written in their
pictures as plain as in a book -- devout and voluptuous --- selfish and magnificent
; their Saints desire ...

Author: Matthew PILKINGTON (Vicar of Donabate, Dublin.)

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ISBN: BL:A0018968902

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Literature

Literature

In some cases Painting is all become a mystery , the secret of which is artists
object on principle to the reproduction of their studies ... and the harmony which
must exist between the the world , for here are “ Sir Falstaff ” in the clothes -
basket , two . ... French quotes happily from Keats for his “ Autumn painters are
mostly content to name their pictures as simply as Who bath not seen thee oft
amid thy store ?

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ISBN: IND:30000093223497

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The Illustrated American

The Illustrated American

QUEEN VICTORIA has just paid Mr. Tuxen , a Danish artist , a thousand guineas
for a picture of the Duke of York's ... The best artists of the world will be anxious to
send their pictures here to the annual exhibitions , as this will be the best THE ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951000901233M

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United States Army in the World War 1917 1919

United States Army in the World War  1917 1919

The artists complained that the necessity of producing a quantity of pictures on a
specified date placed them under a pressure which interfered with the proper
pursuit of their artistic studies and work . Because of the constant demand from ...

Author: United States. Department of the Army. Office of Military History

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ISBN: OSU:32435053135232

Category: World War, 1914-1918

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The British Journal of Photography

The British Journal of Photography

The President , in introducing the lecturer to the audience , said that his duty that
evening was a very pleasant one . ... and Raeburn , and before them , though not
precisely of this country , Sir Anthony Vandyck , courtier as well as painter , his
pictures full of ... when some real master appeared , photographic portraits might
be produced which would take a place among the world's art treasures for all
time .

Author: William Crookes

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924067329338

Category: Photography

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A Biographical and Critical Dictionary of Painters Engravers Sculptors and Architects from Ancient to Modern Times

A Biographical and Critical Dictionary of Painters  Engravers  Sculptors and Architects  from Ancient to Modern Times

With the Monograms, Ciphers, and Marks Used by Distinguished Artists to Certify
Their Works Shearjashub Spooner ... become in a manner their rivals ; and , titled
themselves to the admiration and esteem of in the general acceptation of the
world , the prints future ages . ... a print marked with a precision which excels the
picture ; , must necessarily be inferior to a painting . so that where the merit of the
 ...

Author: Shearjashub Spooner

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:AR01494880

Category: Artists

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