5 edition of portrait miniature in England found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 118-121) and index.
|LC Classifications||ND1337.G7 C66 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||99215417|
Elizabethan Treasures is the first major exhibition of Elizabethan and Jacobean portrait miniatures in the UK for over thirty-five years and includes portraits which are rarely on public display. Dating from the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries these precious and vulnerable objects need to be shown in special conditions. Essay. The tradition of portrait miniature painting in America, like that of full-size portraiture, was adapted from European models, particularly from English painting of the Rococo tely, portrait miniatures evolved from two sources: illuminated manuscripts of the Middle Ages and portrait medals from classical antiquity as revived during the Italian .
The first portrait miniatures were painted by artists trained to illustrate hand-written books. They used similar materials and techniques, painting in watercolour on vellum, a fine animal skin (shown right, A). The Elizabethan miniaturist Nicholas Hilliard . Henry VIII Portrait miniature of Henry VIII, from letters patent for Thomas Foster, probably painted by Lucas Horenbout, ; in the National Art Library in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
This miniature was received in one half of a 17th century turned wood box: in the other half was a portrait of Catherine de Médicis by François Clouet (P). Descriptive line. Portrait miniature of James I, watercolour on vellum, painted by John Hoskins, ca Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Full text of "British miniature painters and their works".
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Featuring pieces from the V&A's collection, which contains some of the finest examples in existence, The Portrait Miniature in England reveals aspects of miniatures usually hidden from view, using details and enlargements to show the extraordinary techniques by: This book is not titled "All British Portrait Miniatures," rather, only it only covers those in the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The reviewer faults the author for only analyzing and discussing the art in the museum which published the book. The portrait miniature is a unique art form with its own techniques, painters and history.
One of its greatest exponents, Nicholas Hilliard, called it a thing apart from other painting, and within. Portrait miniature of Elizabeth I by Nicholas Hilliard in a case of enamelled gold set with a diamond and ruby, England, ca Museum Number to B Portraits of Grecian History in MiniatureDarton, Harvey & Darton, London, 2 1/2" x 2 1/4", 96 pp., gilt leather, 48 illustrations, designed by Alfred Mills LN.
Originally, miniatures were illustrations in hand-written books, but as the medium became independent of books, the earliest freestanding miniatures were still made on vellum. Miniatures had a variety of uses.
The wealthy class might adorn portrait miniature in England book clothing with a portrait miniature of the reigning monarch to demonstrate allegiance. Thomas Hargreaves (British, ) Portrait Miniature of a Gentleman, wearing black coat with tied white stock, believed to be a member of the Wellesley family, unsigned, watercolor on ivory, /16 x /4 in.; gilt brass easel frame with scrolling foliate and perforated leaf decoration, stamped verso "Bradley, Pass.
& Co., pins. A portrait miniature of a beautiful young woman with a very fashionable period hairstyle - named Miss Kitty Fox. Signed: E Goodman on the obverse. c Watercolour. Oval, 95mm high. Original gilt-metal frame.
Ethel exhibited at the Constable Art Club in See page 'Dictionary of Miniature Painters '. The book British Portrait Miniatures reflects this variety, from very simple, elegant mounts, barely more than a narrow rim of metal with a simple pendant bail at the top in the form of a ring or loop to some incredible examples of the jeweler’s art.
Browse the finest examples of 16th and 17th century Portrait Miniatures, including works by court Miniaturist to Queen Elizabeth I and King James I, VI, Nicholas Hilliard, as well as examples by Isaac and Peter Oliver. The portrait miniature in England.
[Katherine Coombs] -- Featuring masterpieces from the V&A's collection, this is a detailed account of the development of English miniature painting. The book examines how these works of art were created and also looks. Early English Portrait Miniatures in the Collection of the Duke of Buccleuch H.
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A unique art form with its own demanding techniques, highly skilled painters and intriguing social history, the portrait miniature flourished in Britain for nearly years. This highly readable yet authoritative account examines in detail how these delicate works of art were created/5(3).
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They became especially popular during the sixteenth-century reign of Elizabeth I of England and the popularity of these mementos spread from the court down to wealthy merchants.
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