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Female allegorical figure, robed, standing on a pedestal, holding in her raised left hand a wreath

RIBA125783
NOTES: If the wreath is olive the figure probably represents Peace.

Sketch of Christ in Majesty

RIBA125890
NOTES: This sketch attributed to Cosway was possibly part of Lewis Vulliamy's own art collection or that of his father, the celebrated clockmaker Benjamin Vulliamy. In the Lewis Vulliamy papers found in a paper folder inscribed 'Drawings and Sketches by / Cosway / Stothard / R Smirke Snr / Gainsborough'.

Rapid sketches of peasants and a more detailed figure of a seated peasant with colour notes

RIBA125920
NOTES: This leaf of figure sketches is in a sketchbook which forms part of a collection of topographical views, sketchbook and miscellaneous observations of the Italian scene produced by Stevens during his time in Italy, 1833-1842.

Five of the 'Seven Ages of Man' from the inlaid marble pavement of the Duomo, Siena

RIBA126077
Federighi, Antonio (b. ?1420-1483)
NOTES: The complete intarsia pavement depicting the Seven Ages of Man was badly worn and removed to the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, while a copy was set into the floor before the Chapel of the Madonna del Voto in 1870.

Sketch showing a copy of Cornelis Cort’s engraving of Titian's The Adoration of the Trinity ('La Gloria')

RIBA126214
Titian (c. 1485-1576)
NOTES: This sketch appears on the verso of a reconstructed elevation of the Temple of Fortune, Palestrina (Praeneste) by Palladio (see RIBA99456). This sheet is numbered IX/9 in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection.

Frontispiece to book I of Andrea Palladio's 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' (Venice, 1570)

RIBA126850
SOURCE: Andrea Palladio. I Quattro libri dell'architettura (Venice, 1570), book I, frontispiece NOTES: This image is from Lord Burlington's own copy of I Quattro libri (Venice, 1570) now in the RIBA Library.

Frontispiece to book II of Andrea Palladio's 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' (Venice, 1570)

RIBA126884
Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
SOURCE: Andrea Palladio. I Quattro libri dell'architettura (Venice, 1570), book II, frontispiece. NOTES: This image is from Lord Burlington's own copy of I Quattro libri (Venice, 1570) now in the RIBA Library.

Filosofie Gramatca - the seven liberal arts and sciences and sketch

RIBA127160
NOTES: From one of Lethaby's sketchbooks/notebooks covering all forms and periods of art reflecting the breadth of Lethaby's interests.
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