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ALPHABETICAL LIST of CORRESPONDENTS and CONTRIBUTORS to the UNIVERSAT.
CATALOGUE of Books on ART.
Abram, W.A., "Times" Office, Blackburn.
Cleghorn, J., York. Acland, Dr., Broad Street, Oxford.
! Clément de Ris, Le Comte, Paris. Agnew, W., Exchange Street, Manchester.
Clerget, C. E., 15, Place Royale, Paris.
i Cocheris, H.,
Bibliothèque Mazarine, Paris. Angus, W.L.
i Corkran, P. F., Medal Room, British Museum, W.C. Armitage, G. J., F.S.A., Kirklees Park, Brighouse.
Cole, J., Northampton. Aspland, A., Dukinfield, Ashton-under-Lyne.
Cooper, W. R., Sir J. Soane's Museum, 13, Lincoln's Inn Asselineau, C., 43, Faubourg St. Germain, Paris.
Couch, J., 63, Fore Street, Bodmin.
Coxe, Rev. H. O., Bodleian Library, Oxford. Bacon, J. P., School of Art, Stoke.
Creaser, W. A.,
Market Weighton, Yorkshire.
Dardel, F. De, Surintendant des Beaux Arts à Stockholm. Barbier, O., Bibliothèque Impériale, Paris.
Davidson, J., 14, St. George's Place, Hyde Park Corner, Barrett, Edwin, 48, Handford Road, Ipswich.
S.W. Bartsch, F., Hauptzollamts Gebäude, Vienna.
Dayman, Rev. E. A., Shillingstone Rectory, Blandford, Bates, A. H., 25, Noel Road, Edgbaston.
Dorset. Bates, W., B.A., 19, The Crescent, Birmingham.
Dean, E. B., 15, Ampthill Square, N.W. Beck, Rev. J., The Cottage, Storrington, Sussex.
Delaborde, Vicomte H., Bibliothèque Impériale, Paris. Bell, J. H., "Mercury" Office, Hartlepool.
Delepierre, M., Secretary to the Belgian Legation.
Del Valle, Señor Don, M. R. Z., Factor 10, Madrid.
Denis, F., Bibliothèque, şte. Geneviève, Paris.
Dexter, J. T., 150, Strand, W.C.
Dietz, Dr., Grand Ducal Hall of Trades, Carlsruhe.
Dixon, J., 2, Portman Square, W.
Dodgson, Rev. E. L., Oxford. Bloomfield, H., 177, Grange Road, Southwark.
Dognée, Eugène M. O., Brussels. Boase, G. C., 33, Surrey Street, Strand, W.C.
Doli, -, Grand Ducal Library, Carlsruhe. Bonomi, J., Sir J. Soane's Museum, 13, Lincoln's Inn Donaldson, Prof., 21, Upper Bedford Place, London. Fields, W.C.
| D'Orange, A., 88, Rue Royale, Tour's. Bordeaux, M. R., Evreux, Normandy.
! Doyle, James, 54, Clifton Gardens, W. Borlase, W., St. Ives, Cornwall.
Duplessis, G., Manchester, Boye, E. G. 20, Regent Street, W.
Duplessis, George, Bibliothèque Impériale, Paris.
Ellacombe, Rev. H., Rectory, Clyst St. George, Devon. Brogden, J. E. H., Addlesthorpe House, Burgh.
Elland, Rev. W. T., Rectory, St. George, Topsham. Bruce, J., Public Record Office, W.C.
Ellis, Colonel, Starcross, near Exeter. Brunet, G., 137, Rue Ste. Catherine, Bordeaux.
Elwes, D. C., F.S.A., South Bersted, Bognor.
Eyton, -, Birmingham.
Fergusson, J., 20, Langham Place, W.
Ferrall, W., 27, Thurloe Place, S.W. Burton, J., 88, Wenham Lane, Preston.
Perrucci, li Cav. Prof., Bibliotecario della R. Universita
di Pisa. Cahill, W. J., 46, Augustus Street, Chorlton Road, Fiorelli, G., Director of the Museum, Naples. Manchester.
Förster, Prof. Ernst, München, Germany. Carthew, G. A., Milfield, East Dereham.
Fortamps, F., Avenue Toison d'Or, Brussels. Cautley, Rev. G. S., Nettleden Parsonage, Hemel Foster, P. Le Neve, Society of Arts, London, W.C. Hempsted,
Fowler, J. T., Winterton, near Brigg. Chaffers, W., F.S.A., 19, Fitzroy Square, W.
Francis, J., " Athenaeum " Office, 20, Wellington Street, Chance, T. H., “ Hertfordshire Express" Office, Hitchin, Strand, W.C. Chesneau, Ernest, Paris.
Frieder, Dr., Hamburg. Cholmondeley, Reginald, Condover Hall, near Shrewsbury. Fuentes, Vicomte De la Real Academia de los tres nobles Cittadella, Il Cav. L.N., Ferrara, Italy,
Artes, Madrid. Clarke, W. H., York.
Fynmore, R. C., Blunsdon Buildings, Sandgate, Kent.
Gaisford, T., Offington, Worthing.
Paris, Gutekunst, H. G., Canzleistupe, Stuttgart. Guthrie, A., Ardrossan. Halkett, S., Advocates' Library, Edinburgh, Hall, H., F.R.G.S., Hampshire House, Landport, Ports.
mouth Hallam, B.A., “Midland Counties Herald " Office, Bir
mingham, Hamer, E., Abersychan, Monmouthshire. Hamilton, G. A., Treasury, Downing Street, S.W. danns, Dr., Prague. Harrison, Robert, London Library, 12, St. James's Square,
Park, W. Hopkinson, Benjamin, College Street, Keighley. Hoff, Prof. C., University Library, Königsberg. Hoskyns-Abrahall, Rev. J., M.A., Coombe, near Wood
stock. Hotten, John Camden, 74, Piccadilly, W. Houghton, James, Lady-bank Cottage, Wallace Town,
Ayr. Hunt, William Holman, 15, Queensborough Terrace, Ken
sington Gardens, W. Ausenbeth, Very Rev. F. C., Cossey, near Norwich. Huth, H., Prince's Gate, w. Irvine, Rev. A., Brookville, Bray. Irving, G. V, 5, St. Mark's Crescent, Regent's Park, N.W. Jenkins, J.S., Malvern. Jerrold, Blanchard, Reform Club, S.W. Jewitt, L., F.S.A., The Hall, Winster, Derbyshire. Jones, G, W., Cirencester. Jones, J. Winter, British Museum, W.C. Kettley, Clifford, Librarian, Army and Navy Club, S.W. Kindt, H., Neu Strelitz, Mecklenburg-Strelitz, North
Layard, Rt. Hon. A. H.
House Square, E.C.
Manchester, Molini & Green, Messrs., 27, King William Street, Strand,
Observatory, Washiugton. Nowlen, James, Chard. Oldfield, E., 61, Pall Mall, S.W. Oliver, W. D., 31, Plowden Buildings, Temple, E.C. Olmstead, L. G., LL.D., Moreau Station, New York, U.S. Overall, W. H., Guildhall Library, E.C. Oxford, St. Mary's College. Panizzi, Sir Antonio, British Museum, W.C. Palgrave, F. T., 5, York Gate, Regent's Park, x.w. Papworth, Wyatt A., 13, Hart Street, Bloomsbury, w.c. Parish, Sir Woodbine, Quarry House, St. Leonard's-on
Sea. Parke, W. H., York. Parker, James, 337, Strand, W. Parker, J., Broad Street, Oxford. Paulowski, Count, 56, Rue Jacob, Paris. Penny, W. C., Frome. Perkins, C. C., Boston, U.S. Petzholdt, Dr. J., Bibliothecar S.M., des Königs, Sachsen,
Dresden. Piscicelli-Taeggi, Il Padre O., Montecassino, Italy. Plumbe, W. A., Mansfield, Notts. Poole, Reginald Stuart, British Museum, W.C. Power, J., F.R.G.S., College Terrace, Cambridge Road,
Pryce, John, “Telegraph” Office, Llanidloes, Mont
gomeryshire. Przezdziecki, Le Comte Alex., 38, Rue de Berri, Paris. Quaritch, B., 15, Piccadilly, W. Queen,” The Editor, 846, Strand, W.C. Rawlinson, Major-Gen. Sir H. C., K.C.B., 1, Hill Street,
Berkeley Square, W. Read, James, 31, Cornhill, Ipswich. Reader, W.0., The Parade, Epsom. Redgrave, 8., 17, Hyde Park Gate, South Kensington, W. Redgrave, G., 18, Hyde Park Gate, w. Reussens, E., Prof. d'Archéologie à l'Université.
Louvain, Belgium, Ribbans, Dr., The Laurels, Windsor. Rix, J., M.D., St. Neot's, Huntingdon. Robinson, J. B., Derby, Robinson, J. C., 16, Pelham Crescent, Brompton, S.W. Rock, Very Rev. Dr., 17, Essex Villas, Kensington, W. Rosny, Léon De, 15, Rue Lacepede, Paris. Rossetti, Wm. M., 56, Euston Square, N.W. Roth, Prof. R., Oberbibliothekar der Universität Tübin
gen, Würtemberg. Rothschild, Baron A. de, Paris. Ruland, Dr., Bornheim, Frankfort-on-the-Maine. Ruskin, J., Denmark Hill, S. Rye, W. B., British Museum, W.C. Saavedra, Eduardo, 10, Valverde, Madrid. Sarazin, J., 14, Rue Michel le Comte, Paris. Satchell, T., H. M. Customs, Coxe's Quay, E.C. Schiefner, A., An die Kaiserliche Academie der Wissen.
schaften, St. Petersburg.
Yaxley, Eye, Suffolk.
Street, Strand, W.C.
Sturgis, John H., Leatherhead.
tice, The Hague, Holland.
, 12, Park Square, Regent's Park, N.W. Westwood, Prof. J.O., Oxford.
Wilde, G. J. de, Northampton. | Wilkins, W. W., Hampshire Grove. Wilkinson, Sir J. Gardner, Brynfield House, Gower,
J., University Library, Vienna.
UNIVERSAL CATALOGUE OF BOOKS ON ART. .
The Universal Catalogue of Books on Art contains titles of books on Painting, Sculpture, Architecture; on Mosaics, Enamels ; hand-wrought utensils in all materials which show a decorative intention; ont tombs, monuments bearing sculpture, and on decoration of all kinds. Books on Music are not included.
Books on Archæology, as illustrating the ideas that underlie so many decorative forms and artistic compositions of different periods, and Books on Coins, often the sole authority for portraiture, and even illustrative of architectural monuments, are included. To these have been added books on Anatomy, composed for the use of artists, and works on Natural History full and exact enough to be of use to, or likely from their character to interest Art Students.
The mass of Art Literature consists of treatises, lectures, and essays on Art treated theoretically; of biographies and notices of artists; accounts and descriptions of monuments; and of remarks and criticisms showing the merits and defects of paintings, sculptures, utensils, buildings, or the like, and discussing the qualities and methods of various masters.
Thus the theory, history, and criticism, and instruction in the practice of Art form the subject matter of Art Literature, and the catalogue includes books in which this matter is to be found. Much of such matter is in the form of monographs, scattered papers, or notices, published in the printed Transactions or Journals of Artistic, Antiquarian, Scientific, or Literary Societies, and even Popular Newspapers. These are sometimes valuable in the inverse ratio of their length and publicity; sometimes the number and consent of independent contributions throw light from their multiform character on disputed questions. Such contributions to the cause of Art, whether large and elaborate, or short and casual, have been catalogued as far as they could be verified, and references have been given where required.
To these have been added Voyages and Travels, or other books containing plates of monuments and costume, either as the only records, or as independent records, of much that interests the Art Student,
Care has been taken to collect the titles of works on localities of special interest, or illustrating special monuments, costumes, etc. ; and to notice copies which have been enlarged and supplemented by collectors with plates not forming part of the original series, when known to be in public libraries.
It has not been found easy to draw limits to the representation of the Art that has been used to illustrate Literature. The illustrated editions of the classic poets and favourite writers of ancient and modern literature, such as Æsop, Boccaccio, Ovid, etc., will, it is hoped, be found to represent fairly a succession of the best Art of this kind in all countries, from the time of the invention of block printing to the present day.
It has not been possible, hitherto, to verify the existence of illustrations in all the books understood to have them, or to examine their quality.
(Signed) JOHN HUNGERFORD POLLEN, 2nd February 1870.