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MARC Record view

001 $ 12/945
003 $ UK-LoRAA
005 $ 20220202180552.0
041 0 # $a eng
044 # # $a uk
100 1 # $a Hoare, Prince
245 1 0 $a Academic annals ; $b published by authority of the Royal Academy of Arts 1804-5 ; $c collected and arranged by Prince Hoare, Secretary for Foreign Correspondence to the Royal Academy
246 3 3 $a Half-title: Academic Annals
246 3 8 $a Spine title: Academic Annals - Hoare
260 # # $a London $b B. McMillan, Bow-Street, Covent Garden, printer to the Royal Academy; sold at the Royal Academy; also by J. White, Fleet-Street; T. Payne, Mews-Gate; and J. Harding, St. James's Street $c 1805
300 # # $a viii, 75 p. $c 256 mm.
490 0 # $a Academic Annals
505 0 # $a Transactions from the Royal Academy, from the exhibition of 1803 to that of 1804. -- Continuation of ditto to the exhibition of 1805. -- Letter from the Secretary of the National Academy of Milan, with an account of the premiums proposed by that institution. -- Statutes and disciplinary plan of the National Academy of Milan. -- Letter from Mr. Füger at Vienna, giving a farther account of the state of Mr. Zauner's equestrian statue, in bronze, of the Emperor Joseph II. -- Brief account of that statue, and of the method used in casting it. -- Extract from a discourse delivered by Mr. de Labzin in the Imperial Academy of St. Petersburg, respecting the progress of encouragement given to the artists in Russia. -- Letter from the secretary of the Academy of St. Ferdinand at Madrid, giving an account of the present state of the arts in Spain. -- Account of the establishment of the Royal Academy of St. Ferdinand. -- Prizes distributed by the Academy of St. Ferdinand at the triennial meeting of 1802. -- Account of the historical works, from the sacred writings and other histories, painted for His Majesty by Benjamin West, President of the Royal Academy. -- Farther account of public monuments and other works in sculpture, executed in England since the institution of the Royal Academy. -- List of members of the Royal Academy, 1804. -- Ditto, 1805
563 # # $a First copy bound together with second copy of Academic annals of painting sculpture & architecture, published by authority of the Royal Academy of Arts, 1805-6, 1807, 1808-9; collected and arranged by Prince Hoare. London: B. McMillan, 1809. [15/3646], in 20th-century red buckram. Spine lettered: Academic Annals - Hoare.
563 # # $a Second copy in blue paper covers.
610 2 4 $a Royal Academy of Arts (London)
610 2 4 $a Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera (Milan)
610 2 4 $a Akademie der bildenden Künste (Wien)
610 2 4 $a Academic Institute for Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (St. Petersburg)
610 2 4 $a Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando (Madrid)
700 1 # $a McMillan, Buchanan $e printer
700 1 # $a Payne, Thomas $e bookseller
700 1 # $a Harding, John $e bookseller
700 1 # $a White, John $e bookseller
700 1 # $a Bossi, Giuseppe $e contributor
700 1 # $a Füger, Heinrich Friedrich $e contributor
700 1 # $a Bosarte, Isidoro $e contributor
700 1 # $a De Labzin, A. $e contributor
700 1 # $a Benjamin West, P.R.A. $e contributor
710 2 # $a Royal Academy of Arts (London)