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Engravings Of The Most Noble The Marquis Of Stafford's Collection Of Pictures, In London, Arranged According To Schools, And In Chronological Order, With Remarks On Each Picture. By William Young Ottley, Esq. F.S.A. The Executive Part Under The Management Of Peltro William Tomkins, Esq. Historical Engraver To Her Majesty. - Vol. I. (- IV.) - - London:: 1818.
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A Descriptive Catalogue Of The Pictures In The National Gallery, With Critical Remarks On Their Merits. By Wm. Young Ottley, F.A.S. Member Of The Society Of Arts And Sciences At Utrecht, And Author Of 'The Italian School Of Design,' &c. In Three Parts. I. The Angerstein Collection. II. The Collection Presented By Sir G. Beaumont, Bart. III. Pictures Recently Added To The Gallery. - London:: 1826.
William Young Ottley
An Inquiry Into The Origin And Early History Of Engraving, Upon Copper and in Wood, With An Account Of Engravers And Their Works, From The Invention Of Chalcography By Maso Finiguerra, To The Time Of Marc' Antonio Raimondi. - By William Young Ottley, F.S.A. - Vol. I. (II.) - - London:: 1816.
A Series Of Plates, Engraved After The Paintings And Sculptures Of The Most Eminent Masters Of The Early Florentine School; Intended To Illustrate The History Of The Restoration Of The Arts Of Design In Italy; And Dedicated To John Flaxman, Esq. R.A. Professor Of Sculpture To The Royal Academy, (In Token Of High Respect For His Genius,) By William Young Ottley, F.A.S. Author Of "An Inquiry Into The Origin And Early History Of Engraving;" "The Italian School Of Design," &c. - London:: 1826.
The Italian School Of Design: Being A Series Of Fac-Similes Of Original Drawings, By The Most Eminent Painters And Sculptors Of Italy; With Biographical Notices Of The Artists, And Observations On Their Works. By William Young Ottley. - London:: 1823.
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