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Thu Oct 16 18:01:17 2014 UTClccn-n886757800.00A comparison of the arts by Leonardo da Vinci /0.450.86Italienische Malerei der Renaissance : im Briefwechsel von Giovanni Morelli und Jean Paul Richter, 1876-189171891770n 886757802407742Richter, I. A.Richter, Irma A.Richter, Irma Annelccn-n79034525Leonardoda Vinci1452-1519artlccn-n2007073255Wells, Therezalccn-n88675781Richter, Jean Paul1847-1937edtlccn-n50044732Richter, Gisela Marie Augusta1882-1972edtviaf-284837347Bell, R. C.Mrstrllccn-n87903490Morelli, Giovanni1816-1891lccn-n80166776Kemp, Martinlccn-n86863472Mackworth-Young, Gerardlccn-n80017723Jean Paul1763-1825lccn-nr89003713Della Pergola, Paola1909-....auiRichter, Irma A.(Irma Anne)Notebooks, sketchbooks, etcBiographyRecords and correspondenceDiariesArtLeonardo,--da Vinci,Anatomy, ArtisticPlant anatomyScienceHuman figure in artSculpture, GreekComposition (Art)Proportion (Art)Drawing, ItalianPainting, RenaissancePainting, ItalianRichter, Jean Paul,Codice atlanticoItalyArt historiansMorelli, Giovanni,ArtistsPaintingLeonard, Elmore,Authors, AmericanRenaissanceArts, RenaissanceTravelGermanyArtArt--Collectors and collectingRichter, Gisela Marie Augusta,EnglandArt criticismBibliotheca Hertziana, Max-Planck-InstitutPainting, Modern192319321934193919421945194919521953195519591960196619701977198019841986198919901991199820052008231236114709ND623.L5ocn003753180ocn003700123ocn006385744ocn038646328ocn672818266ocn460112563ocn441217103ocn802510063ocn450345005ocn802956763ocn3202854409619ocn258377428file19900.37LeonardoNotebooksBiographyDiariesNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcThis selection offers a cross-section from the 6,000 surviving sheets that constitute Leonardo's notebooks, including his thoughts on landscape, optics, anatomy, architecture, sculpture, and painting. Fully updated, this new edition includes some 70 line drawings and a Preface by Leonardo expert Martin Kemp. - ;'Study me reader, if you find delight in me ... Come, O men, to see the miracles that such studies will disclose in nature.'. Most of what we know about Leonardo da Vinci, we know because of his notebooks. Some 6,000 sheets of notes and drawings survive, which represent perhaps one-fifth+-+675447446551417ocn005831923book19520.31LeonardoThe notebooks of Leonardo da VinciBiographyNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcSelected extracts from Leonardo's notebooks in which he wrote down ideas and opinions on everything, domestic life, philosophy, art, science, etc+-+038063746532436130ocn015104098book19520.53LeonardoSelections from the notebooks of Leonardo da VinciNotebooks, sketchbooks, etc+-+52438374651929ocn000832827book19420.74Richter, Gisela Marie AugustaKouroi; a study of the development of the Greek kouros from the late seventh to the early fifth century B.C1458ocn003753180book19390.70LeonardoThe literary works of Leonardo Da VinciArtNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcVolume 1 of 2-volume set. Total of 1,566 extracts reveal full range of Leonardo's versatile genius: his writings on painting, sculpture, architecture, anatomy, mining, inventions, music. Dual Italian-English texts, with 186 plates and faithful reproductions of more than 500 additional drawings663ocn006385744book19600.86Morelli, GiovanniItalienische Malerei der Renaissance : im Briefwechsel von Giovanni Morelli und Jean Paul Richter, 1876-1891162ocn060311996book20050.74Richter, Irma AnneRhythmic form in art, an investigation of the principles of composition in the works of the great masters+-+0428991395141ocn249326530book19600.74Morelli, GiovanniItalienische Malerei der RenaissanceRecords and correspondence51ocn852107291bookLeonardoA comparison of the arts by Leonardo da Vinci33ocn252469379book19420.10Richter, Gisela Marie AugustaKouroi31ocn460112563book19600.47Jean PaulItalienische Malerei der Renaissance : im Briefwecksel von Giovanni Morelli und Jean Paul Richter, 1876-1891. Herausgegeben von Irma und Gisela Richter. Geleitwort von Paola della Pergola22ocn488503169book19490.47Richter, Irma AParagone : a comparison of the arts by Leonardo da Vinci21ocn474899014book19420.10Richter, Gisela M. AKouroi. A study of the Greek kouros from the late seventh to the early fifth century b. C.22ocn263437291book20080.47LeonardoLeonardo da Vinci: notebooks+-+675447446521ocn298131228book19980.10Da, FenqiLai ao na duo · da · fen qi bi ji22ocn561900217book1952Selections from the Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci. Edited, with commentaries, by Irma A. Richter. [With illustrations.]21ocn562151399book1960MORELLI, GiovanniItalienische Malerei der Renaissance im Briefwechsel von Giovanni Morelli und Jean Paul Richter, 1876-1891. Herausgegeben von Irma und Gisela Richter. Geleitwort von Paola della Pergola. [With portraits.]22ocn751739287book1939[The Literary Works of Leonardo da Vinci, compiled and edited from the original manuscripts by Jean Paul Richter. (Scritti letterari di Leonardo da Vinci.) [The English translation mainly by Mrs. R.C. Bell. With plates.] Ital. & Eng.]22ocn473566578book19490.74LeonardoParagone11ocn270742931book19420.47Richter, Gisela Marie AugustaKouroi11ocn783446341mixRichter, Jean PaulDiariesHistoryDiariesDiaries and notebooks kept by Jean Paul Richter and his wife, Luise Marie Richter. Many of these volumes were kept during travels in Italy. Topics chiefly cover Jean Paul Richter's work in the field of art history and criticism, particularly of Italian art; the Bibliotheca Hertziana, with which Jean Paul Richter was associated; and purchases of art works by the Richters. There are also many references to other scholars, including the couple's daughters, Gisela, an archaeologist, and Irma, an art historian also. One of the notebooks contains small sketches of art works illustrating the critical text11ocn083418261bookRichter, Irma AIrma Anne RichterExhibition catalogs01ocn032720087mixRichter, Jean PaulDiariesHistoryDiaries and notebooks kept by Jean Paul Richter and his wife, Luise Marie Richter. Many of these volumes were kept during travels in Italy. Topics chiefly cover Jean Paul Richter's work in the field of art history and criticism, particularly of Italian art; the Bibliotheca Hertziana, with which Jean Paul Richter was associated; and purchases of art works by the Richters. There are also many references to other scholars, including the couple's daughters, Gisela, an archaeologist, and Irma, an art historian also. One of the notebooks contains small sketches of art works illustrating the critical text+-+0380637465324+-+0380637465324Thu Oct 16 15:55:54 EDT 2014batch14317