2 edition of series of monumental brasses found in the catalog.
series of monumental brasses
John Green Waller
Plates dated 1840-1861.
|Other titles||Monumental brasses,from the thirteenth to the sixteenth century.|
|Contributions||Waller, L. A. B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, (61) p., 62 plates :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Described as 'a practical guide to the study of monumental brasses and to brass-rubbing'. A little light foxing throughout and inner front hinge a little weakened but a nice clean little pocket book.
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Drawn And Engraved By J.G. And L.A.B. Waller. - Parts I. To X. [Epigraph] John Green Waller. RA Collection: Book. Objectives of the series. To publish fully illustrated volumes, adhering to historic county boundaries.
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Volumes of the Transactions for period. Remarkable visual evidence for four lost monumental brasses at St Clement Colegate Just one medieval brass, of Margaret Pettwode (fig. 1), survives at St Clement’s but in the s, when. Monumental brasses probably first came into vogue in the Low Countries, but many of the Continental memorials were dug up and melted.
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The brasses of medieval and renaissance England that are still to be found in some of our oldest churches are of the greatest possible interest and value since they provide a series of splendid illustrations of the manners and customs of our ancestors from the time of Edward I to the Restoration.
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