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Paper museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo.
|Series||Quaderni puteani -- 4|
|Contributions||Beneš, Mirka., British Museum. Dept. of Prints and Drawings.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
Title: Etruscan Candelabrum Finial (from Cassiano dal Pozzo's 'Paper Museum') Artist: Anonymous, Italian, Roman-Bolognese, 17th century Date: –40 Medium: Red chalk on off-white laid paper, glued onto mount (Cassiano dal Pozzo collection, Type "A") Dimensions: /4 x /16 in. ( x cm) Classification: Drawings Credit Line: Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Eisenberg, in honor of Dietrich von. The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo: Citrus Fruit by David Freedberg and Enrico Baldini (Harvey Miller, £; distributed in North America by University of Toronto Press, $) is one of a. Books: The latest volumes of the Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo reassemble the collector’s botanic illustrations Visual reproductions to capture nature Philip H. Oswald.
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: Fungi (THE PAPER MUSEUM OF CASSIANO DAL POZZO. SERIES B: NATURAL HISTORY) (): David Freedberg, D. Pegler: Books. Series B: Natural History) (The Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo, Series B: Natural History) by Paula Findlenx (Author), Arthur MacGregor (Author), Henrietta McBurney (Author), Caterina Napoleone (Author), Ian Rolfe (Author) & 2 moreAuthor: Paula Findlen, Arthur MacGregor, Henrietta McBurney.
The Paper Museum: the Curious Eye of Cassiano dal Pozzo An unquenchable curiosity and desire to document the world around him drove the Italian patron Cassiano dal Pozzo ( – ) to assemble his ‘Paper Museum’ – a spectacular collection of aro drawings, watercolours and prints.
The Museo Cartaceo or Paper Museum is a collection of more than watercolours, drawings and prints, assembled during the first half of the seventeenth century by the famous Roman patron and collector Cassiano dal Pozzo. It represents one of the most significant attempts ever made – before the age of photography – to embrace all human knowledge in visual nting botany, geology.
The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Series B: Natural History. Fungi Historians of science and mycologists will certainly find this book of great value, as will researchers interested in the development of museum collections. There are fascinating insights to be had from the study of both the scientific and common names recorded on the Cited by: 1.
The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo THE ‘MUSEO CARTACEO’, or ‘Paper Museum’, is a collection of more than 7, watercolours, drawings and prints, assembled during the seventeenth century by the famous Roman patron and collector, Cassiano dal Pozzo, and his brother Carlo Antonio dal Pozzo.
Cassiano's Antichità Diverse album survives almost intact in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle. It is a compendium of pen-and-wash drawings of Roman antiquities, including jewellery, amulets, weights and measures, vases and lamps, tripods.
General Introduction by Francis Haskell and Henrietta McBurney to the multi-volume series, 'The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. A Catalogue Raisonne. Drawings and Prints in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle, the British Library, the British.
A portion of a male branch is shown at (b) (see key diagram), and strobili at different degrees of enlargement at (c) and (l).
At (h) is a highly enlarged view of a female strobilus, the ovules alternating with the scales; a comparable view of a specimen later in the season appears at (e). : Ceremonies, Costumes, Portraits and Genre (Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo: Prints) (Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo.
Series C: Prints) (The Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo: Series C, Prints) (): Mark McDonald: Books. The paper museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo: A catalogue raisonné, ser. A, Antiquities and architecture, pt. I, Ancient mosaics and wallpaintings HelenWhitehouse London and TurnhoutHarvey Miller Publishers £ Author: Henri Lavagne.
The Paper Museum ('Museo Cartaceo') is a collection of s drawings and prints assembled during the seventeenth century by the Roman patron and collector, Cassiano dal Pozzo, and his younger brother, Carlo : Hardcover. The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Series A: Antiquities and Architecture (HMPMA) The ‘Paper Museum’ of Cassiano dal Pozzo is a collection of more than 7, watercolours, drawings and prints, today dispersed among the Royal Library at Windsor Castle, the British Library, the Institut de France and various other public and private collections.
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During the 17th century, Cassiano dal Pozzo and his brother embarked upon an epic attempt to assemble a 'Paper Museum', documenting the major fields of knowledge of their day.
THE PAPER MUSEUM OF CASSIANO DAL POZZO Series A: Antiquities and Architecture Classical Manuscript Illustrations A. Claridge, I. Herklotz The drawings catalogued in this volume are derived from five ancient manuscripts: the famous Vatican Vergil, the so-called ‘Roman’ Vergil, the Vatican Terence, and the less well-known.
Flora: Federico Cesi's Botanical Manuscripts (The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Series B: Natural History) by B. Elliott (Author), L. Guerrini (Author), D. Pegler (Author) & 0 moreFormat: Hardcover.
OCLC Number: Notes: Exhibition on view May 14 to Aug in the Prints and Drawings Gallery of the British Museum in London ; jointly organized by the Cassiano dal Pozzo Project, the Royal Library, Windsor, the British Museum, and Olivetti. The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo.
Series B: Natural History (HMPMB) The ‘Museo Cartaceo’ (‘Paper Museum’) is a collection of s watercolours, drawings and prints, assembled during the seventeenth century by the Roman patron and collector Cassiano dal Pozzo. Most of the dal Pozzo collection was acquired by George III inand is still part of the Royal Collection today.
This exhibition – the first in more than 20 years dedicated to Cassiano’s remarkable contribution to art and science – comes out of the second year of a collaboration between the Barber and Royal Collection Trust.
Head of a European or Great White Pelican (Pelecanus onocrotalus),by Vincenzo Leonardi, in the Barber Institute’s exhibition The Paper Museum: The Curious Eye of Cassiano dal Pozzo. The term Museo Cartaceo (Paper Museum), which was the precise term proposed by Cassiano, is a vast collection of books, drawings and prints owned by the Turin-born intended to gather a set of documents that would treat encyclopaedically natural phenomena like fossils, flora and fauna, on the one hand, and the interventions related to the presence of humans on the other hand.
Get this from a library. Cassiano dal Pozzo's paper museum: drawings from the Royal collection. [Henrietta McBurney; National Gallery of Scotland.]. Sadly, the Royal Collection no longer has Wren’s drawings. But the day wasn’t wasted, because the curators introduced me to something I’d never come across before, the paper museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo.
Cassiano ( – ) was an Italian nobleman, who like many of his contemporaries was afflicted by the collecting bug. Cassiano commissioned artists to make drawings, many in watercolour, on paper directly from observation of specimens, as objective, scientific studies. The collection became a visual encyclopedia, before the age of photography, of architecture, zoology and botany, ornithology, geology, as well as antiquities, an attempt to depict a wide breadth of human knowledge in visual form.
The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo Posted by brepolis on September 7, Ma The ‘Museo Cartaceo’ (‘Paper Museum’) is a collection of some 9, watercolours, drawings and prints, assembled during the seventeenth century by the Roman patron and collector Cassiano dal Pozzo and his brother Carlo Antonio.
Palaeography, Manuscript Studies & Book History (Outside a Series) Papal Letters - online: The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Series A: Antiquities and Architecture: The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo.
Series B: Natural History: The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Series C: Prints: Papers in Mediaeval Studies. large number of the society's drawings, books and scientific instruments for his own collection.
When Cassiano died inhis younger brother inherited the Paper Museum and continued to add to it until his death. Inthe Paper Museum, together with its accompanying library, was sold by the dal Pozzo heirs to the Albani Pope, Clement. The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Series C: Prints (HMPMC 1) M.
McDonald The Print Collection of Cassiano dal Pozzo. I: Ceremonies, Costumes, Portraits and Genre 3 vol., p., b/w ill., x mm, ISBN: Cassiano dal Pozzo’s print collection was unique in its scope and organisation. Some 3, prints. CASSIANO DAL POZZO, by SIR ALAN COOKt FRS 8 Wootton Way, Cambridge CB3 9LX, UK SUMMARY George Ent (FRS ), a distinguished physician, was in Rome invisited the notable collector Cassiano dal Pozzo and saw his Paper Museum.
After he returned to London he carried on a correspondence with Cassiano in letters of more than ordinary. The MA curatorial show at the Barber Institute, Birmingham, challenges many of our assumptions. It has been more than 20 years since the first of the now 37 volumes of the catalogue raisonné of Cassiano dal Pozzo’s Paper Museum appeared as a joint enterprise of Author: Donald Lee.
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'The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo'. London: Royal Collection. The Warburg Institute - 'The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo' (09/) Elliott, B. () 'The paper museum of Cassiano del Pozzo.
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The ‘Paper Museum’ is a collection of aro watercolours, drawings and prints, assembled during the seventeenth century by the famous Roman patron and collector, Cassiano dal Pozzo (–), and his younger brother Carlo Antonio dal Pozzo (–89).
The archives of Cassiano dal Pozzo (–) confirm the Lincei’s interest both in Paracelsian chemistry and in materia medica. Cassiano owned copies of two fifteenth- and sixteenth-century manuscripts listing more than 34 minerals with their therapeutic uses.
Cassiano dal Pozzo's Paper Museum. Volume II [Series: Quaderni Puteani, 3] by Montagu, Jennifer, Henrietta mcBurney Joseph Connors, David Freedberg et al and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Among the greatest fruits of early modern patronage studies, the mammoth undertaking to publish the Museo Cartaceo, the ‘Paper Museum’ assembled by Cassiano dal Pozzo (d.
) in the early 17th-century, continues to yield wondrous results for no’s encyclopaedic interests, above all in natural history and antiquity, were the spur to a grand project to commission Author: Michael Koortbojian.
– Francis Haskell, from his catalog introduction for the exhibition in the Prints and Drawings Gallery at the British Museum, The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo () Aedes Barberinae. Cassiano dal Pozzo was a Roman art patron, and his seventeenth-century Museo Cartaceo housed hundreds of scientific drawings.
Pietro Olina was an amateur naturalist and author of one of the earliest ornithology books. Translator Kate Clayton graduated from Oxford and studied for a postgraduate diploma in translation at Westminster University.4/5(21).The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo.
Flora: The Aztec Herbal. (With Luigi Guerrini and Alejandro de Ávila) ISBN ; Leonardo da Vinci. The Mechanics of Man.
Royal Collection Trust, (with Ron Philo) Leonardo da Vinci. Anatomist. Royal Collection Trust, (with Ron Philo) Castiglione: Lost Genius. Royal Collection.The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo The Catalogue Raisonné In June the Project's administrative office moved from the Royal Library, Windsor Castle, to the Warburg Institute, University of London, where the Managing Editor and Project Co-ordinator are based.