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001 $ 06/2558
003 $ UK-LoRAA
005 $ 20211125173253.8
041 0 # $a eng $h ger
044 # # $a uk
100 1 # $a Kugler
240 1 1 $a [Handbuch der Geschichte der Malerei. $l English. $f 1841.]
245 1 2 $a A Hand-Book Of The History Of Painting, From The Age Of Constantine The Great To The Present Time; By Dr. Franz Kugler. Translated From The German By A Lady. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. Edited, With Notes, By C.L. Eastlake, Esq., R.A.
260 # # $a London: $b John Murray, Albemarle Street. $c 1841.
300 # # $a xxxii, [4], 444, 4 p., fold. frontis.; $c 200 mm. (Duodecimo.)
505 0 # $a [Frontis., t.p.] - Author's Preface - Editor's Preface - General Literary materials For The Study Of Italian Painting - Errata And Addenda - Contents - [Text] - List Of Places Referred To In The First Volume - Names Of Artists; [colophon] - [Publisher's advertisement].
508 # # $a The frontispiece is signed as engraved by W.O. Burgess. It carries the publisher's imprint of John Murray.

The printers' name is given on the title-page verso and in the colophon: 'Printed By Richard And John E. Taylor, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street.'
510 0 # $a Studies of the development of art history include E. Fernie, Art history and its methods: a critical anthology (1995); V.H. Minor, Art history's history (1994); M. Podro, The critical historians of art (1982).
520 2 # $a In 1834 Franz Kugler had been appointed professor of art history at the University of Berlin - the first European chair in this subject. Kugler's Handbuch der Geschichte der Malerei, von Constantin dem Grossen bis auf die neuere Zeit had been published in 1837. This volume is a translation into English by Margaret Hutton of the first part only of Kugler's Handbuch; her translation of the second part, covering the Dutch, Flemish and German schools of painting, did not appear in print until 1846 (q.v.).

This part of the history is presented in six books: I. Early Christian period; II. 13th century; III. 14th century (Tuscany and upper Italy); IV. 15th century (Tuscany, Veneto, Umbria, Naples); V. 16th century. (Tuscany, Rome, Veneto) (Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael); VI. 17th, 18th centuries.

The folding frontispiece shows Michelangelo's designs for the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican palace, Rome.
561 # # $a Presented by Charles Lock Eastlake RA in 1841 (acknowledged RA Council Minutes, IX, 218).
562 # # $a The rear pastedown carries the binder's ticket, but this has been made illegible by the rebacking.
563 # # $a 19th-century red cloth-covered boards, covers and spine decorated in blind; rebacked in 20th century, retaining earlier spine-piece lettered 'Handbook Of Painting - Eastlake' and 'London John Murray. 1841.'
653 # # $a Painting, European - Europe - Germany - Belgium - Netherlands - History
655 # 0 $a Art history - Germany - 19th century
655 # 0 $a Translations into English - Translations from German - Publishers' advertisements - Great Britain - 19th century
700 1 # $a Murray $e publisher
700 1 # $a Eastlake $e editor $e previous owner $e donor
700 1 # $a taylor, richard $e printer
700 1 # $a Taylor, John Edward $e printer
700 1 # $a Burgess $e engraver
700 0 # $a Michelangelo $e source artist