Art & Architecture

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Description of a Second View of the Ruins of Pompeii, and Surrounding Country: representing the Tragic Theatre, Covered Theatre, Temple of Isis, Small Forum, Now Exhibiting in the Panorama, Leicester-Square: Painted, from Drawings taken on the Spot, by Mr. Burford. More
Description of a View of the City of Madrid and Surrounding Country, now Exhibiting in the Panorama, Leicester-Square. Painted by the Proprietors, J. and R. Burford, from drawings taken in the year 1825. More
Description of a View of the City of St. Sebastian, and the Bay of Rio Janeiro, Now Exhibiting in the Panorama, Leicester-Square. Painted by the proprietor Robert Burford, from Drawings Taken in the Year 1823. More
TOOKEY, John. (JENNINGS, Paul).
East Anglia. Watercolours by John Tookey. More
BOSSERT, H. Th.
Encyclopédie de l'Ornament. recueil de 120 planches en couleurs comprenant plus de 1600 motifs décoratifs empruntés aux styles anciens et modernes de différents pays. More
SAKKATOS, V. (ed.)
Eptanhsiakh Prwtoxronia 1960: Xronos Prwtos. More
JOHN, Augustus
Fifty-two drawings with an Introduction by Lord David Cecil More
HOBART, Timothy. (MCLEAN GALLERY)
Forbidden Images. An Exhibition of Eastern and Western Erotic Imagery from the 18th Century to the Present Day. 27 March to 17 May 1985. More
KUROKAWA, Kisho.
From Metabolism to Symbiosis. More
COHEN, B. & Sons.
Furniture for the Modern Home. A New Group Catalogue More
COHEN, B. & Sons.
Furniture for the Modern Home. A New Group Catalogue More
VOGEL, Lucien.
Gazette du Bon Ton. Arts, modes & frivolités. 1920. Tome II. More
MARTIN, W.
Gerard Dou des Meisters Gemälde in 247 Abbildungen. More
[ANON].
God Speede The Plough. (1601). Facsimile Reprint. Introduction by J. Christian Bay. Privately Printed for the Friends of The Torch Press. More
LATHAM, Charles & TIPPING, H.Avray
In English Homes. The internal character, furniture and adornments of some of the most notable houses of England accurately depicted from photographs specially taken. [With] English Homes of the Early Renaissance. Elizabethan and Jacobean houses and gardens. More
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