Catalogue of the Pictures in the Collection of the Earl of Radnor
by Radnor, Jacob Pleydell-Bouverie, 6th Earl of, et al.
2 vols., X, 127, VI, 132 pp. critical catalogue, by the Countess of Radnor and William Barclay Squire, of the important British collection of Italian, French, Dutch, Flemish, and English paintings, dating primarily between the 16th and 18th centuries, introd. by the Earl of Radnor, ext. notes, appendices incl. concordance with earlier catalogues, biogr. index of painters, index of portraits, 101 fine photogravure plates. Folio. Cloth. London (Chiswick Press) 1909. One of 200 privately printed copies on handmade paper. Much of the provenance information contained in this work is published for the first time, following research by Helen Matilda, the Countess of Radnor. Some of the paintings are attributed to Hobbema, Rubens, Van Dyck, Holbein, Poussin, and Claude Lorrain, among others. In this copy several items are tipped onto endpapers including a letter from the Earl of Radnor and newspaper clippings showing a few paintings. (Inventory #: 26768)
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