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MEDIEVAL WEAVING, EMBROIDERY, ENAMEL AND PAINTED SCULPTURE, (1898). CREATOR: UNKNOWN.
Medieval weaving, embroidery, enamel and painted sculpture, (1898). 'Fig 1: Statue of St. Simon in the choir of Cologne Cathedral. Fig 2: Pattern on the robe of another statue ibid. Fig 3: Embroidered fonder of French origin. 14th century. Fig 4: Embroidered stuff (in the original, silver is employed instead of gold), 15th century. Fig 5: Embroidered stuff, 14th century. Figs 6-9: Borders and patterns of carpets from the wall-paintings in the upper church S. Francesco at Assisi. 14th century. Fig 10: Pattern of a carpet from a tempera-painting of Niccolo Alunno (1466) in the pinacotheca at Perugia. Fig 11: Sicilian weaving from St. Mary's church at Danzig, 13th century. Fig 12: Border of a carpet on the painting of Hugo van der Goes in the Palazzo degli Uffizi at Florence, 15th century. Fig 13: Border of a carpet on a picture of [by?] Mantegna in S. Zeno at Verona, late 15th century. Fig 14: Border from an embroidered chasuble, 14th century (German work). Figs 15 and 16: Patterns of stuffs from the 14th century, of French origin. Fig 17: Gilt copper-engraving from the cross-relics-table in the catholic parish-church at Mettlach. Figs 18-20: Enamelled decorations on the shrine of the Three Kings in Cologne Cathedral, early 13th century. Fig 21: Enamelled border in the Musée de Cluny, early 13th century'. Plate 42 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898] (KEYSTONE/HERITAGE IMAGES/The Print Collector)
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BYZANTINE ARCHITECTURE AND SCULPTURE, (1898). CREATOR: KARL SCHAUPERT.
Byzantine architecture and sculpture, (1898). 'Fig 1: Capital from Agia Theotokos at Constantinople, late 9th century. Fig 2:Capital from S. Vitale at Ravenna. Fig 3: Lintel-decoration from Agia Theotokos at Constantinople. Fig 4: Chaptrel-cornice from the church of St. Nicolas at Myra. Fig 5: Pilaster-capital from Agia Sofia at Constantinople. Fig 6: Door-frame on the abbey-church at St. Denis, mid-12th century. Fig 7: Panel. Figs 8 and 9: Pillar-decoration from the cathedral at Bourges. Fig 10: Capital from the abbey-church at St. Benoit. Fig 11: Capital from the Barbarossa-palace at Gelnhausen. Fig 12: Arch-border from the church St. Amant de Boixe. Fig 13: Arch-border from the church at Gelnhausen, early 13th century. Fig 14: Console from the church at Gelnhausen, early 13th century. Fig 15: Decoration of a pillar-shaft from the church at Tournus, 12th century. Fig 16: Decoration of a pillar-shaft from cathedral at Chartres. Fig 17: From a door-frame from the former Benedictine-abbey-church at Ellwangen. Fig 18:Frieze in the interior of St. Walderich's chapel at Murrhardt. Figs 19 and 20: Arch-consols on the side-aisle of St. Sebald, Nuremberg. Fig 21: Key-stone-decoration in the same church. Fig 22: Key-stone-decoration from the cathedral at Bamberg'. Plate 34 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898] (KEYSTONE/HERITAGE IMAGES/The Print Collector)
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