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by Burton B. Fredericksen

eBook The Index of Paintings Sold in the British Isles During the Nineteenth Century: 1811-1815, Part 2 : O-Z (INDEX TO PAINTINGS SOLD IN THE BRITISH ISLES DURING THE NINETEENTH CENTURY) download ISBN: 3598228260
Author: Burton B. Fredericksen
Publisher: K G Saur Verlag Gmbh & Co (December 1, 1992)
Language: English
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Burton B. Fredericksen. by Burton B. Published December 1992 by Reed Reference Publishing.

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Fredericksen, B. (1989–1993)The index of Paintings Sold in the British Isles during the Nineteenth Century, Vo. II (1806–1810), vol. III (1811–1815), ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, California. (1989–1993)The index of Paintings Sold in the British Isles during the Nineteenth Century, Vol. I (1801–1805), Vol. Pommerehne (1989) Art Investment: An Empirical Inquiry. Southern Economic Journal, October: 396–409. Graves, A. (1918–21)Art Sales. Charles Whittingham and Griggs Ltd, London.

The main index by artist contains references to more than seventeen .

The main index by artist contains references to more than seventeen thousand paintings, many of which have been traced to their current locations in museums and private collections. This impressive list of traceable pictures includes Jan Vermeer's Music Lesson, now in the Frick Collection, Paulus Potter's Piebald Horse, now in the Getty Museum, and Jan Steen's Concert, now at the National Gallery in London. Listed in this set are one hundred and eighty-two public sales of paintings in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Leiden, The Hague, Delft, and other Dutch cities.

The Index of Paintings Sold in the British Isles during the Nineteenth Century, Burton B. Fredericksen, ed. (Santa Barbara, California and Oxford, England, 1990), 2: 951, as "Stuart, An Original Protrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds, " consigned by "a gentleman," and as "G. Stuart, A Portrait o. Stuart, A Portrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds. Only the second price is recorded, with some question, as three pounds, six pence.

Events from the year 1815 in the United Kingdom. 1815 marks the end of years of war between the United Kingdom and France when the Duke of Wellington wins a decisive victory over Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. Fighting in the War of 1812 between the UK and the United States also ceases, peace terms having been agreed at the end of 1814. The year also sees the introduction of the Corn Laws which protect British land owners from cheaper foreign imports of corn. Monarch – George III.

The nineteenth century was Britain's moment as a world power, not only in the narrow political sense, but with respect to a vast range of activities and achievements

The nineteenth century was Britain's moment as a world power, not only in the narrow political sense, but with respect to a vast range of activities and achievements. This book sets out to describe the force and complexity of that experience, and to cover, in an interdisciplinary way, the political, economic, and cultural history of the British Isles between 1815 and 1901.

This work, covering the years 1811-1815, makes the contents of some of the tens of thousands of sales catalogues published during the 19th century accessible to scholars. Each volume is organized in four main sections: a chronological index of sales; an alphabetical index of paintings by artists; an alphabetical index of owners; and an alphabetical index of previous owners. Information provided includes sales dates and lot numbers, prices and names of buyers and sellers, and locations of auctions.