- Author:Herbert P. Horne
- Publisher:Princeton University Press (April 21, 1981)
- Pages:402 pages
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Herbert Percy Horne (1864 in London – 1916 in Florence, Italy) was an English poet, architect, typographer and designer, art historian and antiquarian. He was an associate of the Rhymers' Club in London.
Herbert Percy Horne (1864 in London – 1916 in Florence, Italy) was an English poet, architect, typographer and designer, art historian and antiquarian. Later in life he settled in Florence, restoring a Renaissance palazzo into which he eventually moved
Of this volume on Sandro Botticelli 240 copies have been printed, of which only 225 are for sale.
Of this volume on Sandro Botticelli 240 copies have been printed, of which only 225 are for sale. Appendix I. A bibliography of original documents with the text of the more important: p. 343-366.
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Botticelli: Painter of Florence (Princeton, 1980), pp. 285-86. Rollin van N. Hadley. Old Masters, New World: America’s Raid on Europe’s Great Pictures (New York: Penguin Books, 2008), pp. 45, 57, 67, 69. Jacqueline Marie Mussacchio
Botticelli: Painter of Florence (Princeton, 1980), pp. Museums Discovered: The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Boston, 1981), pp. 48-49. Jacqueline Marie Mussacchio. Art, Marriage, and Family in the Florentine Renaissance Palace (New Haven and London, 2008), pp. 239-41, fig.
Unit IV Botticelli (1445-1510). After the death of Lorenzo, that ended the world in which Botticelli had found honours and fame, the painter was greatly impressed by the preaching of Savonarola. Among the painters of the poetic current in the late fifteenth century, Sandro Botticelli stands alone in depth of feeling and delicacy of style. Soon he became an ardent disciple of this great prophet.
Items related to Botticelli. Home HORNE, Herbert . Botticelli. Introduction by John. Introduction by John Pope-Hennessy. ISBN 10: 0691003238, ISBN 13: 9780691003238.
Horne, Herbert P. (Herbert Percy), 1864-1916. Note: London, G. Bell & sons, 1908. Subject: Botticelli, Sandro, 1444 or 5-1510.
Originally published: Alessandro Filipepi, commonly called Sandro Botticelli, painter of Florence. London : G. Bell, 1908. A bibliography of original documents, with the text of the more important": p.
Botticelli's Picture of the Miracles of St. Zenobius in The Metropolitan Museum. Rivista d'arte 9 (1916–18), pp. 62–65, attributes the series to Botticelli and concurs with Horne's date of about 1505 for the two London panels ; rejects Richter's (1915) identification of the series with the two pictures mentioned.
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