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A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington Museum

John Obadiah Westwood

A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington Museum

with an account of the continental collection of classical and mediaeval ivories.

by John Obadiah Westwood

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Published by Eyre and Spottiswoode in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At head of title: Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education, South Kensington Museum.

ContributionsSouth Kensington Museum. Committee of Council on Education. Science and Art Department.
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Open LibraryOL13699949M

The South Kensington museum is rich also in the marriage coffers, as they are commonly called, of Italian work of about the fourteenth century. Coffers of this kind, such, for example, as the small casket [Pg 65] (in the two woodcuts) no. , were seldom executed in ivory: almost always in bone of fine quality, sometimes nearly equal to ivory.


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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum Release on | by John Obadiah Westwood With an Account of the Continental Collections of Classical and Mediaeval Ivories. South Kensington Museum: A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington museum, with an account of the continental collections of classical and mediaeval ivories, (London, Chapman & Hall, ), also by J.

Westwood (page images at HathiTrust). Many casts are poorly described but luckily my supervisor, Geoff Barker, found copies of an obscure book titled, ‘A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum’ (now the Victoria and Albert Museum in London).

It was written by J. Westwood who, along with Mr. Nesbit, travelled around Europe in the s searching through church treasuries and museums, for ivory carvings. Westwood, J. O., A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum, printed by George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode, printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, Piccadilly, London, A Description of the Ivories Ancient and Medieval in the South Kensington Museum, London, p.

Westwood, J O. A descriptive catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum. With an Account of the Continental Collections of Classical and Mediaeval Ivories. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, Loomis, R.S. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum, with an Account of the Continental Collection of Classical and Medieval Ivories.

London: South Kensington Museum, no. pp. –31, Otte, Heinrich. Handbuch der kirchlichen Kunst-Archäologie des Deutschen Mittelalters, edited by Ernst Wernicke. Vol. A Descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington Museum, with an account of the continental collections of classical and mediaeval ivories, by J.

Westwood, ()Nationality: Grande-Bretagne. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review $ $ 84 $ $ 84Price: $ A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington museum: with an account of the continental collections of classical and mediæval ivories Author: J O Westwood ; South Kensington Museum.

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum, with an Account of the Continental Collection of Classical and Medieval Ivories. London: South Kensington Museum, p.

"The Pierpont Morgan Gift." The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulle no. 1 (January ). ill. Goldschmidt, Adolph, and Kurt Weitzmann. A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington museum with an account of the continental collections of classical and mediæval ivories Author: J O Westwood ; South Kensington Museum.

“Catalogue of the India Museum. South Kensington Museums.” This is how the entry is phrased in the MS catalogue (2) (see below), but the identity of the book is not clear, because the South Kensington Museum (now the Victoria and Albert) issued a number of catalogues relating to the India Museum (at least two of which Morris owned).

A Description of the Ivories Ancient and Medieval in the South Kensington Museum, London, p. Westwood, J O. A descriptive catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum. With an Account of the Continental Collections of Classical and Mediaeval Ivories.

London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington museum: with an account of the continental collections of classical and mediæval ivories / By J. It is in fact a rare plaster cast of a casket in the shape of a Viking house, evocatively described in John Obadiah Westwood’s Descriptive Catalogue of Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum: “Oval reliquary, known as that of St.

Cordula in the Cathedral of Cammin in Pomerania. Reproductions of Carved Ivories. a Priced Inventory of the Casts in 'Fictile Ivory' in the South Kensington Museum [South Kensington Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington Museum] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Reproductions of Carved Ivories. a Priced Inventory of the Casts in 'Fictile Ivory' in the South Kensington MuseumFormat: Paperback. A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington museum, with an account of the continental collections of classical and mediaeval ivories, By South Kensington Museum.

and J. (John Obadiah) Westwood. Abstract. Two Englishmen, J. Westwood and A. Nesbitt, made numerous casts of original artworks, which are described in a catalogue entitled “A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum” published in (The South Kensington Museum was the original name for what is now the V&A.).

A collection of almost one thousand pieces of ivory casts had been accumulated in the South Kensington Museum in London by the s.

See J. Westwood, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum (London: G. Eyre and W. Spottiswoods, ).Author: Júlia Papp. Maskell, Ivories Ancient and Mediaeval in the South Kensington Museum (London, ), p J.

Westwood, Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum (London, ), no. ('). Graeven, Elfenbeinwerke in Italien 2, Frühchristliche und mittelalterliche Elfenbeinwerke in Photographischer Nachbildung (Rome, ), pp.

figs. Westwood, J. (John Obadiah), A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington museum, with an account of the continental collections of classical and mediaeval ivories, (London, Chapman & Hall, ), also by South Kensington Museum (page images at HathiTrust).

John Obadiah Westwood, (22 diciembre de - 2 de enero de ), conjuntamente con H. Richardson es coautor del libro titulado: The hive and the honey-bee: with an account of the diseases of the insect, with their remedies, publicado en Es un entomólogo y arqueólogo inglés de talento.

Nació en Sheffield, estudió pero abandonó su estudios debido al interés. Descriptive Catalogue Off The Anatomical Museum Of The Boston Society $ Descriptive Catalogue Of The Writings Of Percy Bysshe Shelley Ruth Ganniss. $ Descriptive Catalogue Of Genizah Fragments In Philadelphia.

$ Mayher And Co. Descriptive Catalogue Agricultural And Horticultural Implements. Cornell University Library Digital Collections.

Collectively, plaster casts of classical and medieval ivory carvings are known as fictile ivories. These were molded and produced in volume in the second half of the 19th c. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivory Casts in the South Kensington Museum (London, ) Repository: Cornell.

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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum, (external scan) Lapidarium Walliae, (external scan) Observations on the Uraniidae, (short work) (external scan) "Contributions to fossil entomology" in the Proceedings of the Geological Society of London – () Works about Westwood.

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum: With an Account of the Continental Collections of Classical and Mediæval Ivories. Westwood, J. A Descriptive Catalogue of the; Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum.

With an Account of the Continental Collections; of Classical and Mediæval Ivories. Chapman and Hall. London, Wilpert, Josef.

Un Capitolo della Storia di. Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum, London,pp.found in the most recent catalogue of the Victoria and Albert Museum supplies a Albert Museum (Fig. 6) shows plainly how great was the reliance upon formulae in the ateliers of our school.

In the upper register of the plaque, the lozenge-shaped hatchings. Books by Victoria Albert Museum. Paper Crafts. Author: Victoria & Albert Museum Reproductions of Carved Ivories.

a Priced Inventory of the Casts in 'fictile Ivory' in the South Kensington Museum. Author: South Kensington museum (Creator), A Descriptive Catalogue of the Musical Instruments in the South Kensington Museum, Preceded by an. A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington museum, with an account of the continental collections of classical and mediaeval ivories.

Diptera nonnulla exotica descripta The entomologist's text book; an introduction to the natural history, structure, physiology and classification of insects, including the.

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum Westwood, J. London: Printed by George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode, The moulds for some of these casts were made by J.O.

Westwood and Alexander Nesbitt, and were transferred to the Arundel Society in (see J.O. Westwood, A Descriptive Catalogue of Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum,pp.x-xi). 4 A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum (), 63 64 SOME ENGLISH EXAMPLES OF THE MEDIAEVAL REPRESENTATION OF.

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum by John Obadiah Westwood () "TWO Leaves of diptych. Roman. 6th century. Original in the Kunft Kammer, Berlin. Each leaf, H. 13 in., W. 5 in. (Reprod.

in Berl. Verz., iii. 96, " 6. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle () "A diptych. BY THE AUTHOR OF. (The South Kensington Museum was the original name for the V&A). The process of making the casts involved mixing wax and gutta-percha and placing it upon the carving carefully so as to reach into.

Specialist Anthony Kilroy quickly learned from the V&A that a cast of the tableman had formed part of John Obadiah Westwood’s publication A Descriptive Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum.

When pictured again as part of Adolph Goldschmidt’s monumental work on early medieval ivories, its whereabouts were.John Obadiah Westwood has written: 'A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington Museum' 'Arcana entomologica, or, Illustrations of.

‘Catalogue of the Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum,’ London,8vo. ‘Lapidarium Walliæ: the early Inscribed and Sculptured Stones of Wales’ (Cambrian Archæological Association), London, 4to, –9. ‘The Book of Kells: a Lecture,’ Dublin,4to. ‘Revisio Insectorum familiæ Mantidarum,’ London,