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Bull, Sir C.—Essay on the Anatomy of Expression in Painting. 4to. London, 1806.
Bkllori And De La Chausse.—Ancient Paintings of the Crypts of Rome and of the Sepulchre of the Nasoni; engraved by Pietro Santi Bartoli, described by J. P. Bellori and M. De la Chausse. Picturae antiqua e Cryptarum Romanarum et Sepulcri Nasonum, delineatae et expresspe ad Archetypa à Petro !-'ancti Bartholi et Francisco ejus filio; dcscriptae vero et illustratae à Johanne Petro Bellorio et Michaele Angelo Causseo; opus Latine redditum, proditque absolutius et exactius cum appendice nunquam edita. Folio. Rome, 1755.
Bezzi, G. A.—The Life of Giovanni Angelico da Fiesole; translated from the Italian of Vasari. With notes and illustrations. (Published by the Arundel Society.) Small 4to. London, 1850.
Blackburne, E. L.— Sketches, Graphic and Descriptive, for a History of the Decorative Painting applied to English Architecture during the Middle Ages. 4to. London, 184?.
Britton, J.—An Historical Account of Corsham House, in Wiltshire, the seat of Paul Cobb Methuen, Esq., with a catalogue of his celebrated Collection of Pictures, and embracing a concise historical Essay on the Fine Arts, &c. Embellished with a view and plan of the house. Post 8vo. London, 1806.
Brookshaw, G.—A new Treatise on Flower Painting; or, every Lady her own Drawing Master. 4to. London, 1818.
Burgess, J. C.—A practical Essay on the Art of Flower Painting. 8vo. London, 1811.
Burnet, J.—Landscape Painting in Oil Colours; explained in letters on the Theory and Practice of the Art, and illustrated by examples from the several schools. 4to. London, 1849.
Rembrandt and his Works; comprising a short account of
his life, with a critical examination into his principles and practice of design, light, shade, and colour; illustrated by examples from the etchings of Rembrandt. 4to. London, 184.9.
A practical Treatise on Painting; in three parts; consisting of
Hints on Composition, Chiaroscuro, and Colouring. The whole illustrated by examples from the Italian, Venetian, Flemish, and Dutch Schools. 4to. London, 1827.
Practical Hints on Colour in Painting; illustrated by examples
from the Works from the Venetian, Flemish, and Dutch Schools. 5th edition, 4to. London, 1843.
Practical Hints on Portrait Painting; illustrated by examples
from the Works of Vandyck and other Masters. 4to. Lon
Callcott, Lady.—Essays towards the History of Painting. (Ancient Art.) 8vo. London, 1836.
Continuation of Essays towards the History of Painting.
8vo. London, 1838.
Carey, W.—Ridolfi's Critical Letters on the Style of William Etty, Esq., R.A., and on his "Destroying Angel inflicting Divine Vengeance on the Wicked;" reprinted from the " Yorkshire Gazette" of October and November 1852; with additional notices referring to the Royal Academy of London and the System of hostile Criticism. 8vo. Nottingham, 1833.
Carey, W.—Critical Description and Analytical Review of " Death on the Pale Horse," painted by Benjamin West, P.R.A., with desultory References to the Works of some ancient Masters and living British Artists. 8vo. London, 1817.
Caricature. See Da Vinci, Hogarth.
Carstens, A. J.—Drawings by Carstens in the Grand Ducal Collection at Weimar.
Zeichnungen von Asmus Jacob Carstens in der Grossherzoglichen
Carter, J.—Specimens of the Ancient Sculpture and Painting now remaining in England, from the earliest period to the reign of Henry VIII. Exhibited in 120 plates, drawn and etched by J. Carter; with critical and historical illustrations by Francis Douce, Richard Gough, John Fenn, J. S. Hawkins, William Bray, and the Rev. J. Milner. A new and improved edition, arranged in topographical order, and illustrated with copious notes by Dawson Turner, Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, John Britton, and others. Folio. Lon
Catalogue.—Catalogues of original Designs by Michelangelo and Raphael in the University Galleries, Oxford. Post 12mo. ph.
Cawse, J.—The Art of Painting Portraits, Landscapes, Animals, Draperies, Satins, &c., in Oil Colours; practically explained by coloured palettes; with Appendix on cleaning and restoring ancient paintings on panel or canvas. Royal 8vo. London, 1840.
Chevreul, E.—The Principles of Harmony and Contrast of Colour, and their Application to the Arts; including painting, interior decoration, tapestries, carpets, mosaics, coloured glazing, paper-staining, calico printing, letter-press printing, map colouring, dress, landscape and flower gardening, &c. By M. E. Chevreul. Translated from the French by Charles Martel. 8vo. London, 1854.
Colours. See Burnet, Chevreul, Eastlake, Field, Hay, Hendkie, Hinckly, Linton, Massoul, Merrifield, Willson.
Cox, D.—A Series of Progressive Lessons, intended to elucidate the Art of Painting in Water Colours, &c. Oblong 4to. London, 1845.
Cranach, Lucas.—The Drawings of the elder Lucas Muller, called
Des aelteren Lucas Midlers genannt Cranach Handzeichnungen.
D'agincourt. 3. B. L. G. S.—Histoire de l'Art par les Monumens, depuis Ba Decadence au IVe Siècle jusqu'à son Renouvellement au XVIe; Ouvrage enrichi de 325 planches. 6 vols, folio. Paris
History of Art by its Monuments, from its Decline in the fourth
century to its Restoration in the sixteenth. Translated from the French. 3 vols, in 1, folio. London, 1847.
Daguerre, L. I. M.—History and Practice of Photogenic Drawing, on
Recueil de Testes de Caractère et de Charges, dessinées par Leo-
A Treatise on Painting, faithfully translated from the original
Italian by John Francis Rigaud. To which is prefixed a Life of the
8vo. London, 1835. . Traité de la Peinture, par Léonardo da Vinci, révu et corrigé. Nouvelle édition. Augmentée de la Vie de l'Autheur. 8vo. Paris, 1716.
Day, C. W.—The Art of Miniature Painting; comprising Instructions necessary for the acquirement of that Art. 2nd edition, 12mo. London, 1852.
De Laborde, M.—Notice des Emaux exposés dans les Galeries du Musée du Louvre. Ie partie, Histoire et Descriptions. 12mo. Paris, 1852.
De Montabert, P.—Traité complet de la Peinture. 9 vols. 8vo.,
atlas, 1 vol. 4to. Paris, 1829-51. De Piles.—The Art of Painting, and theLives of the Painters; to which
is added an Essay towards an English School, with the Lives and
Characters of above 100 Painters. 8vo. London, 1706.
. The Principles of Painting; in which is contained an Account of
the Athenian, Roman, Venetian, and Flemish Schools. 8vo.
Cours de Peinture par Principes. 3 vols. 12mo. Paris,
D'argenville.-—Abrégé de la Vie des plus fameux Peintres, avec leurs
Portraits, &c. 4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1762.
Didron, M.—Iconographie Chrétienne. Histoire de Dieu. 4to. Paris, 1843.
Handbook of Christian ïconography.
Manuel d'Iconographie Chrétienne, Grecque et Latine, avec une
Dolce, L.—Dialogue sur la Peinture de Louis Dolce, intitulé l'Aretin, &c. (In French and Italian). Florence, 1/35.
Dussieux, L.—Essai sur l'Histoire de la Peinture sur Email. 8vo. Paris, 1839.
Eastlake, Sir C. L., P.R.A.—Materials for a History of Oil Painting. 8vo. London, 1847.
Italian Schools of Painting. See Kugler, Wornum.
Edwards, E.—Anecdotes of Painters who have resided or been born in
England; with critical remarks on their productions. 4to.
Eichhorn, A.—A New Method of Wall-painting.
Die Wandmalerei in einer neuen Technik erfunden und beschrieben von Albert Eichhorn. (From the Kunstblatt of 1853.) 8vo. ph. Leipzig, 1854. Elsum, J.—The Art of Painting after the Italian Manner; with practical observations on the principal colours, and directions how to know a good picture. Post 8vo. London, 1704. Enamel Painting. See De Laborbe, Dussieux, Montamy. Encaustic Painting. See Muntz, Taylor.
Escurial.—Description of the Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo of the Escorial.
Descripcion del Real Monasterio de S. Lorenzo del Escorial. Por el Padre Fr. Francisco de Los Santos, &c. 4to. Madrid. 1681. Etty. See Carey.
Evans, Rev. G. W. D.—Lanzi's Luminaries of Painting. 8vo. London, 1848.
The Classic and Connoisseur in Italy and Sicily; with an appendix, containing an abridged translation of Lanzi's Storia Pittorica. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1835.
Field, G.—Chromatography; or, a Treatise on Colours and Pigments, and of their Powers in Painting, &c. 4to. London, 1835.
Rudiments of the Painter's Art; or, a Grammar of Colouring,
applicable to Operative Painting, Decorative Architecture, and the
Fielding, T. H.—On the Theory of Painting; to which is added, an
The Art of Engraving, with the various modes of operation.
Illustrated with specimens of the different styles of engraving.
On the Theory and Practice of Painting in Oil and Water Colours,
for Landscapes and Portraits, &c.; with a Manual of Lithography. With plain and coloured plates. 4th edition, roval 8vo. London. 1846.
Fine Arts.—Reports of the Commissioners on the Fine Arts; with appendices. Small folio. London, 1842, et seq.
Flower Painting. See Andrews, Brookshaw, Burgess, ProVost, Rosenberg.
Fragonard, A.—Recueil de divers Sujets dans le Style Grec. Accompagnés d'explications. (Figure subjects.) Folio. Paris, 1815.
Fresco Painting. See Fine Arts. Taylor.
Fuseli, H.—Lectures on Painting, delivered at the Royal Academy, by Henry Fuseli; with additional observations and notes. (1st sericsj, new edition. 4to. London, 1830.
See Wornum, and Knowles—Class F. Biography.
Gilpin, W.—Three Essays: on Picturesque Beauty, on Picturesque
Giotto.—Giotto and his Works in Padua; by John Ruskin.
Gower—Practical Treatise on Painting in Oil Colours. 8vo. London, 1795.
Gi'alandi, M.—New Collection of Letters on Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture, &c.
Nuova Raccolta di Lettere sulla Pittura, Scultura, ed Architettura, scritte da'piu celebri pcrsonaggi dei secoli 15 à 19. Connote ed illustrazioni di Michelangelo Gualandi, in aggiunta a quella data in luce da Mons. Bottari, e dal Ticozzi. 2 vols, post
8vo. Bologna, 1844- 45. Hall, S. C.—The Royal Gallery of Art: Engravings from the private Collection of Pictures of Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Albert, and the Art Heir-looms of the Crown at Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace, and Osborne. Edited by S. C. Hall, F.S.A. Folio. London, 1854.
Hamilton, Gavin.—The Italian School of Painting.
Schola ltalica Ficturae, sive selectae quaedam summorum e Schola ItalicsPictorumTabuLeaere incisas,&c. Folio. Rome, 1/73. (With '" Piranesi," forming vol. 22.) Hamilton, G.—Gallery of British Artists, from the days of Hogarth to
the present time, &c. 4 vols, post 8vo. Paris, 1839. Hay, I). R.—The Laws of Harmonious Colouring adapted to Interior Decorations; with Observations on the Practice of House Painting, 6tb edition, 12mo. London, 1847, — The Laws of Harmonious Colouring adapted to Interior Decorations. Manufactures, and other useful purposes. 4th edition. 8vo. London, 1338.
Haydon And Hazlitt.—Painting and the Fine Arts, &c. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1836.
Haydon, B. R.—Lectures on Painting and Design. 2 vols. 8vo.
Thoughts on the relative value of Fresco and Oil Painting, as
applied to the Architectural Decorations of the Houses of Parliament. 8vo. London, 1842.
Hazlitt. See Class E 2, Art—Theory Of.
Head, Sir IÎ.—A Handbook of the History of the Spanish and French Schools of Painting; intended as a Sequel to " Kugler's Handbook of the Italian, German, and Dutch Schools of Painting." 12mo. London, 1848.
Hendrie, R.—An Essay upon various Arts; in three books; by Theophilus, called also Rugerus, Priest and Monk; forming an Encyclopaedia of Christian Art of the eleventh century. Translated, with notes, by Robert Hendrie. 8vo. London, 1847.
Hkrué.—Histoire des Beaux-Arts en France parles Monuments, spécialement de la Sculpture et de la Peinture, depuis la Domination Romaine jusqu'à l'Epoque de la Renaissance. 4to. Paris, n. d.
Herctlaneum.—The Ancient Paintings of.
Le Pitture antiche d'Ercolano e contorni, incise con qualche
Highmorb, J,—A critical Examination of those two Paintings on the Ceiiing of the Banqueting House at Whitehall; in which Architecture is introduced so far as relates to the Perspective; together with the discussion of a question which has been the subject of debate among painters. 4to. London, 1754.