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Waring, J. B.—Architectural, Sculptural, and Picturesque Studies in Burgos and its neighbourhood. Folio. London, 1852.
Waring And Maco.uoid.—Examples of Architectural Art in Italy and Spain, chiefly of the thirteenth and sixteenth centuries. Folio, London, 1850.
Warton, Rev. T.—Essays on Gothic Architecture, by the Rev. T. Warton, Rev. J. Bentham, Captain Grose, and the Rev. J. Milner (with a letter to the publisher).* Illustrated by 12 plates of ornaments, &c., selected from ancient buildings. To which is added a List of the Cathedrals of England, with their dimensions. 3rd edition. 8vo. London, 1848.
Weale, J.—Quarterly Papers on Architecture. 8 vols. 4to.
Wickes, C.—Illustrations of the Spires and Towers of the Medieval Churches of England. Preceded by some Observations on the Architecture of the Middle Ages, and its Spire growth. Vol. 1., Spires. Folio. London, 1853-54.
Wieseler, F.—Theatres, &c. of the Greeks and Romans.
Theatergebàude und Denkmàler des Biihnenwesens bei den
Wilktns, W.—The Civil Architecture of Vitruvius, comprising those Books of the Author which relate to the Public and Private Edifices of the Ancients. Illustrated by numerous engravings. With an Introduction, containing an historical View of the Rise and Progress of Architecture among the Greeks. Folio. London, 1812.
Wilkinson, Sir J. G.—A popular Account of the Ancient Egyptians.
Revised and abridged from his larger work. Illustrated with 500
woodcuts. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1854.
Willis, R.—Remarks on the Architecture of the Middle Ages, especially
of Italy. Royal 8vo. Cambridge, 1835.
Willson. See Pugin.
Winkles, B.—French Cathedrals, from drawings taken on the spot by R. Garland, with an historical and descriptive account. 4to. London, 1837
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. 2 vols, imperial 8vo. London, 1836.
Woillez, Dr. E.—Archéologie des Monuments réligieux de l'ancien Beauvoises pendant la Metamorphose Romaine. Composée 1.—D'un texte, précédé d'une introduction historique, et dont la partie descriptive est redigée conformement aux Instructions du Comité des Arts et Monuments: 2.—D'une Carte archéologique et des 129 planches comprenant plus de 1,200 sujets. Suall folio. Paris, 1839-49.
Wolff, J. II.—The most essential Principles of Monumental Architecture.
Die wesentlichste Grundlage der Monumentalen Baukunst. Historisch dargelegt an der Meisterwerken der alten Architectur. 8vo., ph. (woodcuts). Goettingen, 1854. Wood And Dawkins.—The Ruins of Palmyra, otherwise Tedmor, in the Desart. Folio. London, 1753.
The Ruins of Balbec, otherwise Heliopolis, in Coelosyria.
Folio. London, 1757.
Arts, Society Of.—Transactions of the Society instituted at London for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. 3rd edition, 44 vols. 8vo. London, 1806-26.
Arts.—The Library of the Fine Arts; or, Repertory of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, and Engraving. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1831-32.
Athenaeum, The—Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts.
4to. London, 1832, et seq. Cumberland, G.—Some Anecdotes of the Life of Julio Bonasoni, a Bolognese artist, who followed the styles of the best schools in the sixteenth century. Accompanied by a Catalogue of the Engravings, with their measures, of the works of that tasteful composer; and remarks on the general character of his rare and exquisite performances. To which is prefixed a plan for the improvement of the Arts in England. 8vo. London, 1793.
Dictionary.—Dictionarium Polygraphicum; or the Whole Body of Arts
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Placet et Mémoires relatifs à la Question des Beaux-Arts appliqués à l'Industrie, presentés le 25 Novembre 1852, à S. A. I. Monseigneur le Prince Louis Napoléon, Président de la République Française, par le Comité Central des Artistes, au nom de la Section des Artistes Industriels. 4to. ph. Paris, 1852.
Forsyth, J.—Remarks on Antiquities, Arts, and Letters, during an Excursion in Italy, in the years 1802-3. 4th edition, 8vo.
Fortoul, H.—De l'Art en Allemagne. 3 vols. 8vo. Bruxelles,
Fussli, W.—Works of Art at Zurich, and the principal Cities on the Rhine.
Zurich und die wichtigsten Stàdte am Rhein mit Bezug auf alte undneueWerke der Architektur, Sculptur, undMalerei,charakterisirt von W. Fussli. 2 vols. 12mo. Leipzig, 1846.
Haydon And Hazlitt.—Painting and the Fine Arts, &c.
12mo. Edinburgh, 1836. Hoare, Prince.—The Artist: a Collection of Essays relative to Painting, Poetry, Sculpture, Architecture, the Drama, Discoveries of Science, and various other subjects. 2 vols. in 1, post 4to.
Kugler, F.—Minor Writings and Studies on the History of Art.
Kleine Schriften und Studien zur Kunstgeschiehte von F. Kugler.
L.vbartb, J.—Catalogue of the Debruge-Duménil Collection of Ornamental Manufactures, &c.; with an Introduction on the History of the Arts, illustrated.
Description des Objets d'Art qui composent la Collection Debruge-
Lenoir, Alex.—Atlas des Monumens des Arts libéraux, mécaniques, et industriels de la France, depuis les Gaulois jusqu'au règne de François I. Folio. Paris, 1828.
Millin, A. L.—Dictionnaire des Beaux-Arts. 3 vols. 8vo. Paris,
Pictorial Gallery Of Arts.—Useful Arts, Fine Arts. 2 vols.
4to. London, n. d.
Reports.—Reports of the Commissioners on the Fine Arts, with Appendices. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. Small folio. London, 1842, et seq.
Romberg And Faber. — Conversationslexicon fiir bildende Kunst. (An illustrated general Fine Art Dictionary.) 5 vols. A—G. 8vo. Leipzig, 1843, et seq.
Sass, H.—A Journey to Rome and Naples, performed in 181/.; giving an Account of the present State of Society in Italy, and containing Observations on the Fine Arts. 8vo. London, 1818.
Smith, J.—The Panorama of Science and Art, 2.vols. 8vp.
Taylor, W. B. S.—'llie Origin, Progress, and present Condition of- the Fine Arts in Great Britain and Ireland. 2 vols. 12mo.
Thym, Alberdingk.—L'Art et l'Archéologie en Hollande. 4to. Paris, 1854.
Ward, S. G.—Essays on Art, by Goethe. Translated by Samuel Grey
Ward. 8vo. Boston, 1845.
Weekes, H.—The Prize Treatise on the Fine Arts Section of the Great
Exhibition of 1851. Submitted to the Society of Arts in competition
for their Medal. 8vo. London, 1852.
Yapp, G. W.—Art Education at Home and Abroad : the British Museum,
the National Gallery, and the proposed Industrial University.
2nd edition, 8vo. ph. London, 1853. Young, Rev. Edward.—Art: its Constitution and Capacities popularly
considered, being the first of two Lectures on the Use and Abuse of
Art, delivered at Bristol, January 19, 1854, and published by
request. 8vo. ph. Bristol, 1854.
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Bachhoffnek, G. H.—Chemistry as applied to the Fine Arts.
Burnet, J.—Practical Essays on various Branches of the Fine Arts. To which is added a Critical Inquiry into the Principles and Practice of the late Sir David Wilkie. 8vo. London, 1848.
Chevreul, E.—The Principles of Harmony and Contrast of Colour, and their applications 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, Sec. By M. E. Chevreul. Translated from the French by Charles Martel. Post 8vo. London, 1854.
Daguekre, L, L. M.—History and Practice of Photogenic Drawing on the true Principles of the Daguerreotype, with the new Method of Dioramic Painting. Translated from the original by J. S. Memes. 8vo. London, 1839. Delamotte, P. H.—The Practice of Photography: a Manual for Students and Amateurs. Illustrated with a Calotype Portrait taken by the Collodion process. Post 8vo. London, 1853.
Eastlake, Sir C. L., P.R.A.—Materials for a History of Oil Painting,
8vo. London, 1847. Fletcher, S.—A Treatise on the Art of Enamel Painting on Porcelain Metals, Glass, and Potters' Wares, &c. 8vo. London, n. d.
Hay, D. R.—A Nomenclature of Colours applicable to the Arts and Natural Sciences to Manufactures and other Purposes of general utility. 2nd edition, improved. 8vo. London, 1846.
Heideloff, C.—The Colour-washer, Plasterer, &c., for Polytechnic Institutions and Trade Schools. With an Appendix on the Preparation of Chalk and Mortar. By Fr. Panzer.
DerTùncher, verbunden mit dem Stuccator, Zimmermaler, und De-
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. 8vo. London, '''1847.
Two Letters to an Amateur, or young Artist, on Pictorial Colour
and Effect, and the means of producing them. 8vo. London,
- . 1842.
Hullmandel, C.—The Art of Drawing on Stone, giving a full explanation of the various styles, the different methods to be employed to ensure success, the modes of correcting, and the several causes of failure. 8vo. London, 1835.
Krauss And Malte.—Manual for Lithographers and Lithographic Printers.
Handbuch fur Lithographen und Steindrucker. With 3 plates, 8vo. Stuttgart, 1853.
Linton, W.—Ancient and Modern Colours, from the earliest periods to the present time, with their Chemical and Artistical Properties. 8vo. London, 1852.
Merrifield, Mrs.—A Treatise on Painting, written by Cennino Cenniniinthe year 1437; containing Practical Directions for Painting in Fresco, Secco, Oil, and Distemper; with the Art of Gilding and Illuminating Manuscripts adopted by the old Italian Masters. Translated by Mrs. Merrifield, with an introductory Preface, copious Notes, and Illustrations in Outline from celebrated pictures. 8vo. London, 1844.
Original Treatises, dating from the twelfth to the eighteenth
centuries on the Arts of Painting in Oil, Miniature, Mosaic, and on Glass, of Gilding, Dyeing, and of the Preparation of Colours and artificial Gems; preceded by a general Introduction, with Translations, Prefaces, and Notes. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1849.
Mf.mes, J. S.—.History and Practice of Photogenic Drawing on the true Principles of the Dauguerreotype, with the new Method of Dioramic Painting. Published by order of the French Government, by the inventor L. J. Daguerre; translated from the original by J. S. Memes. 8vo. London, 1839.
Montamy, D'arclâis De.—Traité des Couleurs pour la Peinture en Email et sur la Porcelaine; précédé de l'Art de Peindre sur l'Email. 12mo. Paris, 1765.
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Addison, J.—Essays on Taste, and the Pleasures of the Imagination.
From the Spectator. Small 8vo. London, 1834.
Alison, A.—Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste. 8vo.
Barry, J., R.A.—A Letter to the Dilettanti Society, respecting the obtention of certain matters essentially necessary for the improvement of Public Taste, and for accomplishing the original views of the Royal Academy of Great Britain. With an Appendix respecting the matters lately agitated between the Academy and the Professor of Painting. 2nd edition, 8vo. London 1799.
Barry, J.—An Inquiry into the real and imaginary Obstructions to the Acquisition of the Arts in England. 8vo. London, 1775.
Burke, Right Hon. E.—A Philosophical Inquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful; with an Introductory Discourse concerning Taste, &c. 2nd edition, 8vo. London, 1787.
Another edition, 12mo. London, 1842.
Butler, G.—Principles of Imitative Art. Four Lectures delivered before the Oxford Art Society during Lent Term, 1852. Post 8vo.
Carter, J.—Two Lectures on Taste, read before the Philosophical
De la Loi du Contraste simultané des Couleurs et de l'Assortiment des Objets colorés, considéré d'après cette Loi, &c. 8vo. Atlas, 4to. Paris, 1839. Chromatics, or an Essay on the Analogy and Harmony of Colours. 4to. London, 1817.