3 edition of Antiquity explained and represented in sculptures found in the catalog.
Antiquity explained and represented in sculptures
Montfaucon, Bernard de
Reprint of the 1721-22 ed. printed by J. Tonson and J. Watts, London, which was a translation of L"antiquité expliquée.
|Statement||Bernard de Montfaucon ; translated by David Humphreys.|
|Series||The Renaissance and the gods ;, 36|
|LC Classifications||DE57 .M7713 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||76013862|
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into English by David Humphreys. The Complete s English edition of Antiquity Explained by Montfaucon. Bound in calf leather with gilt decoration. This set includes Volumes I - V, and the Supplement Volumes bound as one. Plates 24 and 28 from Volume I, Plates 1, 14, and 31 from Volume II, Plate 46.
Antiquity Explained, and Represented in Sculptures, by the Learned Father Montfaucon, Translated into English by David Humphreys. London: J. Tonson and J. Watts, Five volumes, with five volume supplement bound in one. Six volumes in all. Antiquity Explained, and Represented in Sculptures. Bernard de Montfaucon (–).
Antiquity Explained, and Represented in Sculptures. Translated by David Humphreys. Volume 1. London: J. Tonson and J. Watts, – Though the imagery of the ancient goddess of Liberty came ultimately from Roman coins, for most Europeans and Americans.
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5 of this is bound: 2nd copy of author's The Antiquities of Italy. London, Título original: “Antiquity Explained, and Represented in Sculptures” Título traducido: “Antigüedad explicada y representada en esculturas” Autor: Padre Bernard de Montfaucon ().
Traducido al inglés por David Humphrey, M.A. Edición. Tonson and J. Watts, Londres, Volumen primero, 40 x 26 cms y 4,5 cms de grosor. The Supplement To Antiquity Explained, And Represented In Sculptures, By The Learned Father Montfaucon. Translated Into English By David Humphreys, M.
And Fellow Of Trinity-College In Cambridge. In Five Volumes. Volume The First Through Fifth (Five Volumes Bound In One) Montfaucon, Bernard De; Translated By David Humphreys. Antiquity Explained, and Represented in Sculptures Translated into English by David Humphreys, vol.
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London: J. Tonson and J. Watts, Vol. 4 only, folio ( x mm.) Title in red and black, historiated initials and ornaments, 44 engraved plates, 27 double-page. Bernard de Montfaucon (–). Antiquity Explained, and Represented in Sculptures. Translated by David Humphreys.
Volume 4. London: J. Tonson and J. Watts, – In the Roman world the symbol of the eagle was largely associated with the standards of various military legions.
Painting of Ancient Greek Sculpture Moreover, we do not usually see extant works as they were in antiquity; colour contrasts have usually been obliterated. Such effects were the raison d'etre of chryselephantine statuary, but in all Greek sculpture such contrasts were obtained by painting the main material and/or by mixing materials.
Antiquity Explained, and Represented in Sculptures, 6 vol. including Supplement in 3, first edition in English, titles in red and black, engraved plates (many double-page, a few shaved, one with small loss), lightly browned and offset, a few leaves misbound, modern cloth, folio, J.
Tonson, Get this from a library. Antiquity explained and represented in sculptures: London, [Bernard de Montfaucon]. Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius ( CE) Campidoglio, Rome. A sublime Roman sculpture of late Classical Antiquity. Introduction.
Perhaps you have seen photographs of the Parthenon temple on the Acropolis at Athens, or seen some of the Greek sculpture in the Louvre.
Maybe you have heard about the endurance of Roman bridges or seen examples of famous Roman buildings like the Colosseum in. Get this from a library. The supplement to Antiquity explained, and represented in sculptures. [Bernard de Montfaucon; David Humphreys]. Title: Antiquity Explained and Represented in Sculptures Author: Bernard de Montefaucon - Dom Bernard de Montfaucon, O.S.B.
was a French Benedictine monk of the Congregation of Saint Maur. He was an astute scholar who founded the discipline of palaeography, as well as being an editor of works of the Fathers of the Church.
Pl page of Bernard de Montfaucon’s Antiquity Explained, and Represented in Sculptures, volume II Published by J. Tonson and J. Watts, London Plate and page numbers printed to lower corners, with volume number printed to upper right Attributing label.
Fabulous text book! I had already bought Carraveggio and found it a text. Look but also a fantastic art experience I have seen many paintings in situ and this book let me relive the experiences.
I have seen aot of the sculpture featured and was able to /5(21).The volume completes the sequence which began with commentary on Books 1 and 2 of the Annals by F. R. D. Goodyear (, ) and was continued by commentary on Book 3 by A. J. Woodman and R. H.
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