1 edition of Catalogue of the Hoare library at Stourhead, co. Wilts found in the catalog.
|Statement||by the late Sir Richard Colt Hoare ...|
|Contributions||Nichols, J. B. (John Bowyer), 1779-1863, Stourhead House (Wiltshire, England)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 780 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||780|
Catalogue of the Pictures, Prints etc at Stourhead, 3 February , Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office MS / , listed as: 'Peasants and Colliers By Gainsborough', hanging in the Cabinet Room at Stourhead; P. Hoare, Epochs of the Arts, London , pp. 76–77, note;. Stourhead, Wiltshire (Accredited Museum) NT J.B. Nichols's Catalogue of the Hoare Library at Stourhead () records some drawings made on the Continent, with another by Labruzzi, and 21 worked up from Hoare's by Francis Nicholson, bound in twenty volumes. Sadly these were all sold in the Heirlooms Library Sale of 30 July
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Catalogue of the Hoare library at Stourhead, co. Wilts.: to which are added an account of the museum of British antiquities, a catalogue of the paintings and drawings, and a description of the mansionPages: Catalogue of the Hoare Library at Stourhead, Co.
Wilts: to which are added an account of the museum of British antiquities: a catalogue of the paintings and drawings, and a description of the mansion / by the late Sir Richard Colt Hoare. Full text of " Catalogue of the Hoare library at Stourhead, co. Wilts.: to which are added an account of the museum of British antiquities, a catalogue of the paintings and drawings, and a description of the mansion ".
Stourhead Library - Wiltshire. Catalogue of the Hoare Library at Stourhead, Co. Wilts. To which are added, an account of the Museum of British Antiquities; A Catalogue of the Paintings and Drawings, and a Description of the Mansion: by the Late Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bart., Printed for Private Use, London: John Bowyer Nichols and Son,engraved frontispiece, some spotting and toning.
Catalogue of the Hoare Library at Stourhead, Co. Wilts: To Which Are Added, an Account of the Museum of British Antiquities; A Catalogue of the Paintings /5(8). Although primarily interested in ecclesiastical and gothic architecture, this drawing shows the neo-classical interior of the dining room at Stourhead, Wiltshire.
This was the home of one of Buckler’s patrons, the antiquary Sir Richard Colt Hoare (), who commissioned him to produce 10 volumes of drawings of buildings in Wiltshire in.
Dorset (Stourton Caundle), Somerset (Brewham, etc) and Wilts (Stourhead, etc) deedsestate papers and family papers Wiltshire.
Stourhead was created in the 18th century by a banking family, the Hoares. The bank was originally created in the 17th century by Sir Richard Hoare. Its funds aided the development of Stourheads garden, house and estate under seven owners from the Hoare family, until it passed to us in These.
Henry Hoare II, who together with his architect Henry Flitcroft was responsible for Stourhead’s spectacular garden, brought together the nucleus of the present collection of paintings and sculpture. In Richard Colt Hoare added two pavilions to Campbell’s original house, one for the picture collection and the other for his library.
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To check or renew your loans, reserve a book or update your. Search our website or catalogue Search our website or catalogue (–), and Sir Richard Colt Hoare (–). After travelling extensively through the Continent in the s, Colt Hoare spent most of his time at Stourhead on the western border of Wiltshire, depicted at lower left.
Stourhead House, Stourton, Warminster, Wiltshire. Library lunette, by Francis Eginton The repair of an early 19 th century painted lunette, by Francis Eginton at Stourhead Library. Built in Stourhead, Wiltshire, is a grand Palladian style country villa, within celebrated landscaped grounds.
Today it is owned by the National Trust. Tucked away in books and hidden in volumes, in the library at Stourhead, were found the letters and postcards mapping a 25 year friendship between Lady Alda Hoare and the great man of literature.
A Catalogue Of Books Relating To The History And Topography Of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, By Sir Richard Colt-Hoare, compiled from his Library at Stourhead in Wiltshire (London, ), History and Topography of Wales, pp.
The library included some manuscripts including. Catalogue of the Hoare library at Stourhead, Co. Wilts: To which are added, An account of the Museum of British antiquities; A catalogue of the paintings and drawings, and. Hoare, Bart. This officer entered the Navy, 5 July,as Fst.-cl. Vol., on board the Tribune frigate, Capt.
Rich. Henry Alex. Bennett, with whom he served in the Channel and North Sea until compelled by sickness to be sent on shore in Jan. Catalogue of the Hoare library at Stourhead, Co. Wilts. To which are added, An account of the Museum of British antiquities; A catalogue of the paintings and drawings, and a description of the mansion: by Richard Colt Hoare ().
Catalogue of the Hoare Library at Stourhead, Co. Wilts: to which are added an account of the museum of British antiquities: a catalogue of the paintings and drawings, and a description of the mansion / By Sir Richard Colt Hoare and J.
The library (Stourhead heirlooms) of Sir Richard Colt Hoare was sold in London by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge 30 Julya remaining portion being sold 9 December A Catalogue of the Hoare Library at Stourhead Co Wilts, compiled by J.B. Nichols, was privately printed in London in Astute management of the family bank, C.
Hoare & Co., financed Henry's extensive patronage of the arts, earning him the nickname "The Magnificent.'' Under his direction, the garden at Stourhead, his family home, was transformed into one of the earliest and finest examples of.
A catalog of books relating to the history and topography of England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland / by Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bart., compiled from his library at Stourhead, in Wiltshire () (Reprint) [Leatherbound] Hoare, Richard Colt, Sir, Sir Richard Colt Hoare (9 December – 19 May ) was an antiquarian and historian and the owner of the Stourhead estate in Wiltshire.
Family background Richard Colt Hoare was born in Barnes, Surrey, on 9 Decemberthe eldest son of Sir Richard Hoare, 1st Baronet, who had married his first cousin, Anne Hoare, the younger daughter of.COVID Resources.
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