Museum britannicum; or, A display in thirty two plates
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Museum britannicum; or, A display in thirty two plates in antiquities and natural curiosities, in that noble and magnificent cabinet, the British Museum, after the original designs from nature by Jan van Rymsdyk

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Published by Printed for the editor, by J. Moore in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Curiosities.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby John and Andrew van Rymsdyk, pictors.
ContributionsRymsdyk, Andreas van, d. 1780., Boyle, Peter., British Museum.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsAM101.B85
The Physical Object
Pagination(114) p., plates ;
Number of Pages114
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21854656M
LC Control Number11006294

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Museum Britannicum [electronic resource], being an exhibition of a great variety of antiquities and natural curiosities, belonging to that noble and magnificent cabinet, the British Museum. This book is the result of a ten-year collaboration between scholars on the Beazley Archive gems research programme at Oxford's Classical Art Research Centre and the State Hermitage Museum. It fulfills Natter's vision for the Museum Britannicum - albeit two and a half centuries late - to the benefit of art historians, cultural historians. This book is the result of a ten-year collaboration between scholars on the Beazley Archive gems research programme at Oxford’s Classical Art Research Centre and the State Hermitage Museum. It fulfills Natter’s vision for the Museum Britannicum —albeit two and a half centuries late—to the benefit of art historians, cultural historians. For the second volume, see , Vol. I, plates (numbered in MS ; pl. 8 missing) Vol. II, plates (numbered in MS ; pl. , and missing) Bound at the front of this volume is a MS list of "Plates wanted in the copy of Roberti Icones belonging to the British Museum.".

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