A complete set of the first series of the annual, ed. by Wilhelm Wanscher, each of the 8 volumes containing 200 to 300 pp. of annotated articles (in English, French or German) on Danish art and architecture, ancient, Italian, and Oriental art that relates to Danish collections, and some general...
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2 vols. bound in 1, 386, 271 pp. text, ext. notes, index, 560 illus. from photographs and plans of Cistercian churches and monasteries. Small 4to. New cloth. Paris (Van Oest) 1947. Limited original ed. Lucas p. 53. Arntzen J 154. Ehresmann, Architecture, 598.
XIII, 269 pp. scholarly study of illuminated manuscripts of the 4th-century Byzantine sermons, crit. catalogue of extant illustrated manuscripts of the liturgical edition, comparative chart, ext. notes, bibliography, index, 475 illus. on 113 plates (1 plate in color). 4to. Cloth, d.j. Princeton (Princeton Univ. Press) 1969. (Studies in Manuscript Illumination, 6). Arntzen R 70.
XVII, 157 pp. study of the Carolingian Bibles produced in Tours around the middle of the 9th century, with discussion of each iconographic theme, formal sources, and the construction of the Bibles, notes, index, 213 illus. 4to. Cloth. Princeton (Princeton Univ. Press) 1977. (Studies in Manuscript Illumination, 7). Arntzen R 70.
314 pp. text on Spanish architecture and sculpture of the 12th and 13th centuries, notes, bibliography, index, 125 text illus., 48 plates. Small 4to. Orig. wrpps., very slightly rubbed at edges. Paris (Laurens) 1931. Original ed. Palau 130616. Lucas p. 60. Chamberlin 746. Arntzen J 289.
7 vols. bound in 15 parts, comprising a complete set of the monumental catalogue of manuscripts in the Austrian National Library, copiously annotated, with bibliographic references throughout, each volume containing its own registers and indexes, profusely illustrated with collotype reproductions of manuscript texts and illuminations, some in color. Large 4to...
XIV, 366 pp. biographical dictionary of Haarlem artists, and on the painters' guild of that city, heavily annotated and documented, 7 supplemental plates of signatures and genealogical tables of the Hals, Ostade, and Suyderhoef families. 8vo. Boards, spine chipped. Haarlem/ The Hague (Bohn/ Nijhoff) 1870. Revised and enlarged ed. Chamberlin 271. Arntzen E134.