|Contributions||Colvin, Sidney, Sir, 1845-1927., British Museum. Dept. of Prints and Drawings|
|LC Classifications||Fo NC257 F5 C6 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
Maso Finiguerra. "A Florentine Picture-Chronicle". Reproduced from the originals in the British Museum by the Imperial Press, Berlin. - A critical and descriptive text by Sidney Colvin, M.A. Keeper of the prints and drawings of the British Museum. New York, Benjamin Blom Inc. A Florentine Picture-Chronicle [Sidney COLVIN] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Florentine Picture-chronicle [Maso Finiguerra, Sidney Colvin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Florentine Picture-chronicle Being A Series of Ninety-nine Drawings Representing Scenes and Personages of Ancient History, Sacred and Profane (Book): Finiguerra, Maso.
"Hesitation with regard to the modern projects mainly has to do with a growing disbelief in their promises. Classical modernity believed in the ability of the future to realize the promises of past and present – even after the death of God, even after the loss of faith in the immortality of the soul. The notion of a permanent art collection says it all: archive, library and museum promised. A Florentine picture-chronicle; being a series of ninety-nine drawings representing scenes and personages of ancient history, sacred and profane . A Florentine picture-chronicle.. [Maso Finiguerra; Sidney Colvin] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Get this from a library! A Florentine picture-chronicle, being a series of ninety-nine drawings representing scenes and personages of ancient history sacred and profane, by Maso Finiguerra, reproduced from the originals in the British Museum with many minor illustrations drawn from contemporary sources and a critical and descriptive text by Sidney Colvin.
The death of Aeschylus illustrated in the 15th-century Florentine Picture Chronicle by Maso Finiguerra This list of unusual deaths includes unique or extremely rare circumstances of death recorded throughout history, noted as being unusual by multiple sources. Set 1 - Sforza Book of Hours (a) Italian Miniatures Box Folder 1 1. Set 11 - Selections from the Florentine Picture Chronicle [missing introduction card] 1 11 Set 12 - Florentine Engravings of the Fifteenth Century [missing Art Objects in British Museums Postcards. The drawing in the Florentine Picture Chronicle comes so close to the description of Aelianus that we can hardly suppose it to have been invented independently.6 The influence of this source becomes more evident in con-trast to the traditional type of representations of Aeschylus in the Picture Chronicles of the early Quattrocento. Fig. 5. Cretan Labyrinth. (Florentine Picture Chronicle.) p. After various attempts to dissuade him, Aegeus at length consented, but stipulated that if Theseus were successful in his design the tribute ship should, on its return voyage, hoist a white sail in place of the black one which it customarily bore.