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    Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by the British Museum Press (1996)
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Jenkins, Ian; Sloan, Kim (1996), Vases & volcanoes : Sir William Hamilton and his collection, Published for the .

Jenkins, Ian; Sloan, Kim (1996), Vases & volcanoes : Sir William Hamilton and his collection, Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by the British Museum Press, ISBN 978-0-7141-1766-9. Jenkins, Ian; Museum, British (2001), Cleaning and controversy : the Parthenon sculptures, 1811-1939, Occasional paper (British Museum), no. 14. British Museum, ISBN 978-0-86159-146-6.

Vases & Volcanoes book. Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803) was in his time a renowned antiquary, connoisseur and man of science, although he is perhaps better known today as the husband of Nelson's mistress Emma. Hamilton lived in Naples for 35 years and there his reputation attracted distinguished vistors from all over Europe, and Grand tourists flocked to see his collection of antiquities. The six essays in this book discuss all aspects of his life and career.

Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803) was in his time a renowned antiquary, connoisseur and man of science, although he is. .

Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803) was in his time a renowned antiquary, connoisseur and man of science, although he is perhaps better known today as the husband of Nelson's mistress Emma. Two hundred items formerly in his possession, but now in public and private collections all over the world, are fully described and illustrated.

David William John Gill, Ian Jenkins, K. Sloan. The role of collections of classical antiquities in UK regional museums : visitors, networks, social contexts.

by Kim Sloan and Ian Jenkins.

Vases & volcanoes: Sir William Hamilton and his collection. by Kim Sloan and Ian Jenkins.

Items related to Vases & Volcanoes: Sir William Hamilton and Hi.Very informative and lavishly illustrated exhibition catalogue. Hamilton(1730-1803) was a key collector of his age and a renowned connoisseur.Home JENKINS Ian & SLOAN Kim Vases & Volcanoes: Sir William Hamilton and His Collection. Vases & Volcanoes: Sir William Hamilton and His Collection. JENKINS Ian & SLOAN Kim. Published by London, British Museum for the Trustees, 1996. From Inch's Books (Oxford, United Kingdom). Bookseller Inventory 33463. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: Vases & Volcanoes: Sir William Hamilton and.

Sir William Hamilton, Collection of Engravings from Ancient Vases Mostly of Pure Greek Workmanship Discovered in.It was Hamilton's primary hope to inspire artists with the depictions of his collection.

Sir William Hamilton, Collection of Engravings from Ancient Vases Mostly of Pure Greek Workmanship Discovered in Sepulchres in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies but Chiefly in the Neighbourhood of Naples During the Course of the Years MDCCLXXXIX and MDCCLXXXX (Naples: Wm. Tischbein, 1791–95). One of the most famous is his copy of the Portland Vase.

Hamilton, William, Sir, 1730-1803; Hancarville, Pierre d', 1719-1805. Classical antiquities, Vases, Vases, Etruscan, Vases, Greek, Vases, Roman.

Emma had never been unfaithful to Sir William since becoming his mistress in 1787 and his wife in 1791. Nelson, too, had been loyal to his wife, in the way that the period defined male fidelity - he had restricted himself to courtesans. But their marriages had not given them the romance and excitement they craved, and both had fallen out of love with their partners. Horatia Nelson by Winifred Gerin (Clarendon Press, 1997). Nelson: A Dream of Glory by John Sugden (Jonathan Cape, 2004).

Color frontis. + 320 pp. with 194 illus. (many in color), 4to.