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CYCLOPÆDIA OF PAINTERS AND PAINTINGS.

EDITED BY

JOHN DENISON CHAMPLIN, Jun., Critical Editor,
CHARLES C. PERKINS, Corresponding Member of the French Institute.

AND

A Full Biographical Dictionary of the Painters of all times and Schools. A CYCLOPÆDIA OF THE GREAT PICTURES OF THE WORLD,

Containing special Articles on all famous Paintings under their own names. A GUIDE TO THE ENTIRE LITERATURE OF ART THROUGH ITS LISTS OF AUTHORITIES UPON EACH TOPIC A SUPERB COLLECTION OF ILLUSTRATIONS OF ITS SUBJECT.

of the painters of all times and schools, including prominent contemporaries, but it is as well a dictionary of works; and in a form in which the one branch of information is as immediately accessible as the other. The important paintings of all periods are treated under their own names, in separate articles, in which are given accurate descriptions of each work, its date, its place of preservation, its history from the time of leaving the painter's easel, notices of its replicas and copies, the names of its engravers, and such other facts as make the account as nearly as possible exhaustive. BERNARD QUARITCH, 15 Piccadilly, London. | CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, New York.

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D. Cunningham.—The

Abney (Capt.) and C.

PIONEERS OF THE ALPS: A Collection of Photogravure Portraits of the leading Guides of the Oberland, of the Valais, of Savoy, and of Piedmont. By CAPTAIN ABNEY, C.B., R.E., F.R.S., and C. D. CUNNINGHAM. Second and Cheaper Edition, with additional matter. Imp. 8vo. cloth extra, 21s.

CONTENTS.-I. Growth and Development of Mountaineering. II. The Training of Mountaineers. III, The Portraits. IV. Guides of the Present Day. V. In Memoriam.

'Captain Abney may be cordially congratulated on having succeeded in a by no means easy task. .. The portraits as a rule, are both excellent as likenesses and admirable as photographs.'- ATHENÆUM.

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Audsley

Organ: a

(G. A.).—Handbook of

the Comprehensive and Practical Treatise on the Appointment and Construction of Church, Concert Room, and Chamber Organs; supplying Information respecting the latest approved Inventions in Organ Building, and giving directions for the Construction of all portions of the Mechanism and Pipe-Work, and Hints for Voicing, Regulating, and Tuning. Illustrated with numerous Cuts and Photolithographic Plates. By GEORGE ASHDOWN AUDSLEY, Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects, Member of the College of Organists, &c., and Author of several Works on Architecture and Art.

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Artistic Japan: an Illustrated Journal of Arts

AND INDUSTRIES. VOL. I., conducted by S. BING. Besides illustrated text, the Volume contains 60 royal quarto Coloured Plates, being reproductions of Work by the best Japanese Artists. Cloth, price 14s.

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* The new magazine is a sumptuous folio, and the greater part of the contents consists of loose plates, very beautiful and carefully executed specimens of colour printing, representing various examples of the decorative art of a nation of inborn decorators. The letterpress, which is to be contributed by Mr. S. Bing, Mr. Marcus Huish, and other competent authorities, is at once descriptive and expository, and the new venture, for which we hope all success, will be not merely a storehouse of beautiful things, but an instructive guide to the noble art product with which it deals.'

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Barlow (P. W.).—Kaipara; or, Experiences of

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Beaugrand (C.).—The Walks Abroad of Two

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1862-1868: an International Episode. By John BIGELOW. Crown 8vo. cloth, 78. 6d.

Bownes (Rev. J.).—A Story without Names, and

OTHER POEMS. By the Rev. Jas. BOWNES, of Creech St. Michael, Taunton. Entirely new Edition, with Eight Illustrations. Crown 8vo. cloth.

Black (Wm.).—In Far Lochaber. A Novel.

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[Early in October. Beecher (H. W.).- Authentic Biography of Rev.

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Bradshaw (J.).—New

Zealand of To-day, 1884

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Brannt. -Metallic Alloys.

A Practical Guide for the Manufacture of all kinds of Alloys, Amalgams, and Solders used by Metal-workers, especially by Bell-founders, Bronze-workers, Tinsmiths, Gold and Silver Workers, Dentists, &c. &c., as well as their Chemical and Physical Properties, edited chiefly from the German of A. Krupp and Andreas Wildberger, with many additions by WILLIAM T. BRANNT, Author of The Techno-Chemical Receipt Book' &c. &c. Illustrated. In one vol. Crown 8vo. cloth, 12s. 6d.

Burnley (James).—The History of Wool and

WOOLCOMBING. By JAMES BURNLEY, Author of The Romance of Invention,' • The Workshops of the West Riding,' • The Romance of Life Preservation,' &c. Illustrated by an Extensive Series of Mechanical Diagrams; also Portraits engraved on Steel, and Photogravures. Large 8vo. vol., cloth, £1. 1s.

Cadogan

(Lady A.).—Comedies

Drawing

for ROOM ACTING. Adapted from the French by Lady ADELAIDE CADOGAN, Author of • Games of Patience' &c., with 12 Illustrations drawn by E. L. SHUTE. (Six Plays in all). Dedicated by permission to Her Royal Highness Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland. Crown 8vo. cloth.

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A. P. Crouch.-On a Surf-bound Coast;

Cable-laying in the African Tropics. By A. P. CROUCH. New Edition. Crown 8vo. cloth, 58.

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Cumberland (S.)-A Thought-Reader's Thoughts;

being the Impressions and Confessions of STUART CUMBERLAND, F.R.G.S., Author of The Queen's Highway from Ocean to Ocean,' The Rabbi's Spell,' &c., containing the Author's Impressions of the various Countries he has visited, and the many famous personages with whom he has been brought in contact; with a Record of his curious experiences, and a full Confession as to how Thought-Reading is done. Crown 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d.

• A Thought-Reader's Thoughts' will be quite different from anything ever before published for Mr. Cumberland's experiences are not only distinctly unique, but he has had altogether exceptional opportunities of studying those in whom the whole world have interest. He, in fact, tells what no one else has told, describes people as he alone has read them, and explains much that still remains a mystery.

Amongst the famous men and women psychologically analysed by Mr. Cumberland are —The late German Emperor, The Russian Imperial Family, The Austrian Imperial Family, The King and Queen of Portugal, The Queen Regent of Spain, The ex-Queen Isabella, H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, H.R.H. Prince Henry of Battenberg, The Khedive, The King of the Sandwich Islands, The Nizam of Hyderabad, Field-Marshal Moltke, Prince Bismarck, M. de Giers, General Ignatieff, Arabi Pasha, M. Alexandre Dumas, M. Rubinstein, M. Gounod, The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, The Earl Dufferin, The Marquis of Lorne, The Earl of Derby, The Earl of Aberdeen, Lord Knutsford, The Right Hon. E. Stanhope, Sir Edward Malet, Sir Charles Russell, Sir Edward Clarke, Baron Henry de Worms, Mr. Henry Labouchere, Sir Arthur Sullivan, Mr. W. S. Gilbert, The late Baker Pasha, The late Colonel Fred Burnaby, Mr. H. M. Stanley, Dr. Schweinfurth, The late Henry Ward Beecher, Professor Oliver Wendell Holmes, Miss Braddon, Mr. W. J. Stead, &c.

Curtis (W.E.).—The Capitals of Spanish America.

By WILLIAM ELEROY CURTIS, late Commissioner from the United States to the Governments of Central and South America. With Map and over 360 Illustrations. Royal 8vo. cloth.

CONTENTS :-Mexico—Guatemala City-Comayagua—Managua--San Salvador-San JoséBogota-Caracas-Quito-Lima-La Paz de Ayacucho—Santiago–Patagonia-Buenos Ayres Montevideo-Asuncion Rio de Janeiro—Index.

D'Anvers (N.).—Elementary History of Art,

ARCHITECTURE, AND SCULPTURE. By N. D'ANVERS, Author of Life of Raphael D’Urbino,' &c. Third Edition, with Introduction by Professor ROGER SMITH, and a Biographical Index. Illustrated with 200 Engravings and a Coloured Frontispiece. Handsomely bound in cloth, price 58.

D'Anvers (N.).- Elementary History of Art :

PAINTING. By N. D'ANVERS. Third Edition, with Introduction and a Biographical Index by FRANK CUNDALL. Illustrated with 150 Engravings and a Frontispiece printed in tints. Handsomely bound in cloth, price 58.

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