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Nineveh. See Fergusson, Class D. Architecture. Layard. Nuremberg. See Rettberg.
Overbeke, B. Ab— Remains of Ancient Rome, drawn, measured, and described.
Reliquae Antiquae Urbis Romae quarum singulas ad vivum delineavit, dimensus est, descripsit, atque in aes incidit, Bonaventura ab Overbeke. Opus postumum. Mich, ab Overbeke, suis semptibus edi curavit. 3 vols. Amsterdam, 1708.
Oxford. A Guide to the Architectural Antiquities of the Neighbourhood of Oxford. 8vo. Oxford, 1844. P.estum. See Paoli.
Palmyra. See Wood And Dawkins, Class D. Architecture.
Paolt. P. A.—Ruins of Paestum.
Rovine dclla Città di Pesto detta ancora Posidonia. Folio.
Passavant, M.—Tour of a German Artist in England. With Notices of Private Galleries, and Remarks on the State of Art. 2 vols.
12mo. London, 1836.
Pausanias.—The Description of Greece, translated from the Greek, with Notes, in which much of the Mythology of the Greeks is unfolded, from a theory which has been for many ages unknown. Illustrated with maps and views. New edition, 3 vols. 8vo.
Pavia. See Durelli, Class I. Decorations, &c.
Pennant.—Some Account of London, Westminster, and Southwark; illustrated with numerous Views of Houses, Monuments, Statues, and other curious Remains of Antiquities, Historical Prints, and Portraits of Kings, Queens, Princes, Nobility, Statesmen, and remarkable Characters; together with an Appendix and Index. 2 vols, folio London 1795.
Piranesi.—Greek and Roman Antiquities, &c. 29 vols, folio.
Pisa. See Cresy and Taylor.
Pisa, Camposanto Of. See Lasinio, Class V. Painting.
II Vaticano descritto ed illustrato. 8 vols, folio. Rome,
Platner Und Urltchs.—Description of Rome.
Beschreibung Roms. Ein Auszug aus der Beschreibung der Stadt Rom, von Ernst Platner und Ludwig Urlichs. Mit einem lithographirten Plane der Stadt. 8vo. Stuttgart,
Pompeii. See Gell, Mazois, Zahn.
Porter, Sir R. Kek.—Travels in Georgia, Persia, Armenia, Ancient Babylonia, &c., during the years 1817, 1818, 1819, and 1820. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1821.
Princep, J.—Benares illustrated in a Series of Drawings. Folio. Calcutta, 1831.
Quaglio.—Twelve large Plates of Views in Munich. Folio.
Ramdohr, F. W. B. Von.—On Painting and Sculpture in Rome.
Ueber Mahlerei und Bildhauerarbeit in Rom fur Liebhaber des
Rbttbbrg,r. Von.—Nuremberg's Art-Life illustrated by its Monuments. Nurnberg's Kunstleben in seinen Denkmalen dargestellt von R. von Rettberg. Ein fiihrer fiir einheimische und fremde. 8vo. Stuttgart, 1854. Richard, Chew— Album Rouennais. Edifices remarquables de la Vi'le de Rouen, dessinés et lithographies par Dumee fils. Avec des Notices Historiques. Large 8vo. Rouen, 1847.
Robertson.—Grecian Antiquities. Fifty-five Photographs of the Ruins of Athens, &c. folio, 1854.
Constantinople. Sixteen Photographs, Views in Constantinople.
Rogers, S.—Italy, a Poem. With illustrations on copper, by Turner and Stothard. 8vo. London, 1852.
Italy, a Poem. With illustrations on flood, by Turner and
Stothard, post 8vo. ljondon, 1852. Romberg And Faber.—Conversationslexicon fiir Bildende Kunst. (An illustrated general Fine Art Dictionary. A—G.) 5 vols. 8vo.
Leipzig, 1843, ei seq.
Raccolta dclle piu insigni Fabbriche di Roma antiea, &c. Mis-
Home. See Braun, Bunsen, Canina, Desgodetz, Ferrerio, Letarouili.y, Mari.ianus, Murray, Nibby, Overbeke,
PlRANESI, PlSTOLESI, Platner AND Urlichs, Ramdohr,
Sprosse, Taylor And Cresy, Turconi. Roscoe, T.—Picturesque Scenery in Italy, Historical and Descriptive,
8vo. London, 1846. Rosei.lini, J.—The Monuments of Egypt and Nubia.
I Monumenti dell' Egitto e della Nubia, &c. 3 vols, atlas of
plates, 9 vols., text 8vo. Pisa, 1832-44.
Verheerlykt Vlaandre, &c. 3 vols, folio. Leyden, 1735.
Santos, F. De Los. SceEsciKial.
Sass, H.—A Journey to Rome and Naples, performed in 1817, giving an Account of the present State of Society in Italy, and containing Observations on the Fine Arts. 8vo. London, 1818.
Sharpe, J. A.—A New Gazetteer, or Topographical Dictionary of the British Islands and Narrow Seas, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. London,
Smith, J. T.—Ancient Topography of London, containing not only Views of Buildings, which in many instances no longer exist, and for the most part were never before published, but some account of places and customs either unknown or overlooked by the London Historians. 4to. London, 1815.
Smith, J.T.—Antiquities of Westminster, the Old Palace, St. Stephen's Chapel, &c. 4to. London, 1807.
—— An Antiquarian Ramble in the Streets of London, with Anecdotes of their more celebrated Residents. Edited by Charles Mackay. 2nd edition, 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1846.
Somner, W.—The Antiquities of Canterbury, or a Survey of that Ancient Citie, with the Suburbs and Cathedrall, &c. Small 4to. London, 1640.
Spon And Wheler.—Voyage d'Italie, de Dalmatie, de Grèce, et du Levant, fait lés années 1675 et 1676. 2 vols. 12mo. Lyons, 1678.
Sprosse, C.—Rome. Forty original Etchings.
Rom. 40 Originalradirungen. 4to. Leipzig, 1852.
SqriER, E. G.—Travels in Central America, particularly in Nicaragua; with a Description of its Aboriginal Monuments, Scenery, and People, their Languages, Institutions, Religion, &c.; illustrated by numerous Maps and coloured Illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo. New
American Archajlogical Researches, No. 1. The Serpent Symbol,
and the Worship of the reciprocal Principles of Nature in America, 8vo. New York, 1851. Stroobant, F.—Monuments d'Architecture et de Sculpture en Belgique.
Texte par Felix Stappaerts. 4to. Bruxelles, 1852.
Stuart And Revett.—Les Antiquités d'Athènes. Ouvrage traduit de
l'Anglais, par L. F. F., et publié par C. P. Landon. Folio, 5 vols.
Stukeley, W.—Itinerarium Curiosum; or an Account of the Antiquitys and remarkable Curiositys in Nature or Art, observed in Travels through Great Britain. Illustrated with copper prints. Small folio. London, 1724.
Taylor And Cresy.—The Architectural Antiquities of Rome.
Thomson, W.—Two Journies through Italy and Switzerland.
Tirion, I.—The Netherlands illustrated, or Cabinet of Modern Views.
Het Verheerlykt Nederland of Kabinèt van Hedendaagsche
Tombleson.—Tombleson's Views on the Rhine. Edited by \V. G.
Topography, Architectural.—The Ecclesiastical and Architectural Topography of England. 8vo. Oxford, 1848-52.
Turconi—Ancient Buildings of Rome.
Fabbriche antiche di Roma. (Imperfect.) Folio. Rome, n. d.
Turner, Dawson.—Account of a Tour in Normandy, undertaken chiefly for the purpose of investigating the Architectural Antiquities of the Duchy, with Observations on its History, on the Country, and on its Inhabitants. Illustrated with numerous Engravings. 2 vols. 12rno. London, 1820.
Valadier. See Rome.
Vatout, J.—Souvenirs historiques des Residences Royales de France.
Palais de Versailles. 8vo. Paris, 1837.
Vaux, W. S. W.-—Nineveh and Persepolis; an Historical Sketeh of
Ancient Assyria and Persia, with an Account of the recent Researches
in those Countries. 3rd edition, 8vo. London, 1851.
Venice.—Sketches of Venetian History. 2 vols. 12mo. London,
- - See Canaletti, Cicognara, Diedo And Zanotto.
Versailles.—Les Plans, Profils, et Elevations des Villes et Château de Versailles, avec les Bosquets et Fontaines, tels qu'ils sont à présent; levez sur les lieux, dessinez et gravez en 1714 et 1715. Folio. Paris, n. d.
Versailles—Souvenir d'une Promenade à Versailles. Vues Intérieures.
Folio. Paris, 1843. See Vatout.
Vicenza,—The Stranger's Guide to its Painting and Architecture.
Il Forestiere istrutto nelle cose piu rare di Architetura e di alcune
Waring, J. B.—Architectural, Sculptural, and Picturesque Studies in
Burgos and its neighbourhood. Folio. London, 1852.
Warwickshire. See Dugdale.
Westminster Abbey.—Handbook to, by Peter Cunningham.
12mo. London, 1851. Winkles, B.—French Cathedrals, from Drawings taken on the spot, by
R. Garland, with an Historical and Descriptive Account. 4to.
Architectural and Picturesque Illustrations of the Cathedral
Churches of England and Wales; the Drawings made from Sketches taken expressly for this work, by Robert Garland, with Descriptions by Thomas Maule. 3 vols, imperial 8vo. London, 1836.
Wilkinson, Sir J. G.—The Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians, including their Private Life, Government, Laws, Arts, Manufactures, Religion, Agriculture, and early History; derived from a comparison of the Painting, Sculptures, and Monuments still existing, with the Accounts of Ancient Authors. 3rd edition,
5 vols. 8vo. London, 1847.
A Popular Account of the Ancient Egyptians, illustrated with
600 woodcuts. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1854.
Wilkinson, R.—Londina Illustrata: Graphic and Historic Memorials of Monasteries, Churches, Chapels, Schools, Charitable Foundations, . Palaces, Halls, Courts, Processions, Places of early Amusement, and Modern and Present Theatres in the Cities and Suburbs of London and Westminster. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1819-25.
Williams, H. W.—Travels in Italy, Greece, and the Ionian Islands, in a Series of Letters, descriptive of Manners, Scenery, and the Fine Arts. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1820.
Zahn, Wilhelm, Chev.—Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Stabiae: then' most beautiful Ornaments and most remarkable Paintings.
Die Schonsten Ornamente und merkwiirdigsten Gemaelde aus
folio. Berlin, 1829, et seq.
Arrowsmith, J.—The Paperhanger's and Upholsterer's Guide. 12mo. London, n. d.
Barber, E.—The Painters', Grainers', and Writers' Assistant. 12mo. London, 1854.
Boots And Shoes.—The Boot and Shoe Makers' Assistant: containing a Treatise on Clicking, and the form and fitting-up of Lasts scientifically considered. Illustrated with engravings and pattern plates. Preceded by a History of Feet Costume, with illustrations of the Fashions of the Ancient Egyptians, Hebrews, Persians, Greeks, Romans, &c. and the prevailing Style in England from the earliest period down to the present time. By One who has worked on the Seat and at the Cutting-board. Ito. London. 185.1.
Brickmaking. See Dobson.
Cabinetmaker's Sketchbook of Plain and Useful Designs. (Published by Weale.) 2nd edition, 4to. London, n.d.
Calico Printing. SeeOBRiEN.
Carpentry. See Crunden, Emy, Krafft, Romberg, Tredqolu.
Clock And Watch Work.—From the Eighth Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. With all the latest Improvements. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1855.
Clockmaking, See Denison, Vulliamy.
Crunden, J.—The Joiner and Cabinet Maker's Darling, containmg Sixty useful Designs for Ornamental Frets. 8vo. London, 1786.
Denison, E. B. (M.A.)—A rudimentary Treatise on Clock and Watch Making: with a Chapter on Church Clocks, and an Account of the Proceedings respecting the Great Westminster Clock. With numerous drawmgs. Post 8vo. London, 1850.
Dobson, E.—A rudimentary Treatise on the Manufacture of Bricks and Tiles, &c. Small 8vo. London, 1850.
Emy, A. R.—Traité de l'Art de la Charpenterie. 2 vols. 8vo. with
atlas. Liège, 1841-42.
Exhibition Of 1851.—Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Great Exhibition of 1851, by the Authority of the Royal Commission. With the Reports of the Juries, illustrated with Photographs; the Reports of the Commissioners to the Crown; and a Supplement. Presented by Her Majesty's Commissioners to the Department of Practical Art. 9 vols, imperial 4to. London, 1852.
Glazier, The. See Shaw, Whittock.
Hannett, J.—Bibliopegia, or the Art of Bookbinding in all its branches. Illustrated with Engravings, 4th edition, with considerable additions, 12mo. London, 1848.