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The Story Of Napoleon's Death-mask: Told From The Original Documents
George Leo De St M Watson
Sin vista previa disponible - 2019
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Página 195 - He has outsoared the shadow of our night; Envy and calumny and hate and pain, And that unrest which men miscall delight, Can touch him not and torture not again...
Página 2 - GIACOMO PUCCINI. By WAKELING DRY. IGNAZ PADEREWSKI. By EA BAUGHAN. CLAUDE DEBUSSY. By MRS. FRANZ LIEBICH. RICHARD STRAUSS. By ERNEST NEWMAN. STARS OF THE STAGE. A SERIES OF ILLUSTRATED BIOGRAPHIES OF THE LEADING ACTORS, ACTRESSES, AND DRAMATISTS. Edited by JT GREIN. Crown 8vo. Price 2/6 each net. ELLEN TERRY. By CHRISTOPHER ST. JOHN. SIR HERBERT BEERBOHM TREE. By MRS. GEORGE CRAN. SIR WS GILBERT. By EDITH A. BROWNE. SIR CHARLES WYNDHAM. By FLORENCE TEIGNMOUTH SHORE.
Página 14 - ... perennially fascinating period of French history. MINIATURES : A Series of Reproductions in Photogravure of Ninety-Six Miniatures of Distinguished Personages, including Queen Alexandra, the Queen of Norway, the Princess Royal, and the Princess Victoria. Painted by CHARLES TURRELL. (Folio.) The Edition is limited to One Hundred Copies for sale in England and America, and Twenty-Five Copies for Presentation, Review, and the Museums. Each will be Numbered and Signed by the Artist.
Página 1 - TICE Those who possess old letters, documents, correspondence, MSS., scraps of autobiography, and also miniatures and portraits, relating to persons and matters historical, literary, political and social, should communicate with Mr. John Lane, The Bodley Head, Vigo Street, London, W ., who will at all times be pleased to give his advice and assistance, either as to their preservation or publication.
Página 4 - TAPESTRIES: THEIR ORIGIN, HISTORY, AND RENAISSANCE. By GEORGE LELAND HUNTER. With four full-page Plates in Colour, and 147 Half-tone Engravings. Square 8vo. Cloth. i6s. net. *," This is a fascinating book on a fascinating subject. It is written by a scholar whose passion for accuracy and original research did not prevent him from making a story easy to read. It answers the questions people are always asking as to how tapestries differ from paintings, and good tapestries from bad tapestries. It will...
Página 16 - LADY CHARLOTTE SCHREIBER'S JOURNALS Confidences of a Collector of Ceramics and Antiques throughout Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, and Turkey. From the year 1869 to 1885. Edited by MONTAGUE GUEST, with Annotations by EGAN MEW.
Página 10 - ANNALS OF A YORKSHIRE HOUSE. From the Papers of a Macaroni and his kindred. By AMW STIRLING, author of "Coke of Norfolk and his Friends.
Página 13 - Art both in colour and in black and white, would be welcome to the already great and increasing number of his admirers. The author of this book, Mr. Frank Gibson, who knew Conder in his early days in Australia and afterwards in England during the rest of the artist's life, is enabled in consequence to do full justice, not only to the delightful character of Conder as a friend, but is also able to appreciate his remarkable talent.
Página 7 - Each of the eight provinces (more especially those of the akntltjanos, minhotos and beitbcs) preserves many peculiarities of language, customs, and dress ; and each will, in return for hardships endured, give to the traveller many a day of delight and interest. A TRAGEDY IN STONE, AND OTHER PAPERS. By LORD REDESDALE, GCVO, KCC, etc.
Página 12 - Demy 8vo. 7s. 6d. net. *»* Mr. Sherrill has already achieved success with his two previous books on the subject of stained glass. In Italy he finds a new field, which offers considerable scope for his researches. His present work will appeal not only to tourists, but to the craftsmen, because of the writer's sympathy with the craft. Mr. Sherrill is not only an authority whose writing is clear in style and full ot understanding for the requirements of the reader, but one whose accuracy and reliability...