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Image from page 68 of “Hans Holbein the younger” (1913)
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Title: Hans Holbein the younger
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Chamberlain, Arthur Bensley
Subjects: Holbein, Hans, 1497-1543
Publisher: New York : Dodd, Mead and Company
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University

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I■HHSflHI U ■ ■ ■BE.;:.•■■ ■■,*? -,y :■■:..–■■. . ■ Vol. I., Plate 4 Hans Holbein the ElderNational Museum of Ancient Art, Lisbon THE FOUNTAIN OF LIFE

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THE ELDER HOLBEINS STUDIES 19 silver-point and pencil, some of them strengthened with white andwith red chalk. A smaller number of heads from the same series arein the Copenhagen Museum, and at Basel and Bamberg, while isolatedexamples are to be found in the print-rooms of more than one Euro-pean museum. Some of the Basel drawings were made before 1508,and in the collection of M. Leon Bonnat, which contains several finesilver-points by the elder Hans, there is one of the Nebenjob Augsburg gold-smith, Jorig Seld, dated 1497. These drawings, which at one time were all ascribed to his son,and are so attributed in the first edition of Dr. Woltmanns book,represent citizens of Nebenjob Augsburg in all classes of life, many of them,no doubt, personal friends of the painter, who, in a number of cases,has written their names on the sketches. There is no evidence toshow that the majority of them were preliminary studies for por-traits for which he had received commissions ; they were done partlyfor his own amuse

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Image from page 82 of “Memorials of Christie’s : a record of art sales from 1766 to 1896” (1897)
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Title: Memorials of Christie’s : a record of art sales from 1766 to 1896
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Roberts, W. (William), 1862-1940 Christie, Manson & Woods
Subjects: Christie, Manson & Woods Art
Publisher: London : G. Bell and Sons
Contributing Library: Getty Research Institute
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-shaped porcelainbottle in imitation of ancient Chinese enamel, withgilt clouds and ornaments in slight relief, noguineas ; and an Indian coffee-pot of gold, ena-melled with birds, animals, and flowers in colours,surmounted by a peacock, 6^ inches high, 255guineas. Silver and Silver Gilt : A curiouscircular cup of silver gilt, with chased mouldingand engraved handle, 4 inches diameter, 5 incheshigh, ^405 ; a circular-shaped silver gilt tea-kettle,fluted and chased, with ornaments, with birds-head spout and upright hand, inlaid with sevenenamels of figures on gold, with Nebenjob Augsburg markof the seventeenth century, on old English silvergilt tripod stand, 395 guineas ; a tea-caddy en suite,5 inches high, 145 guineas ; a pair of oval boxesen suite, with enamels of Venus and Cupids, 310guineas; a pair of smallef ditto, with classicalsubjects, 295 guineas ; a silver gilt presentoir,formed of an infant Bacchus seated on a barrel LOUIS XIV. ARMOIRE, BV BUHL.Hamilton Palace sale (the pair, p. 24).

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ENAMELS AND DECORATIVE OBJECTS. 23 supporting an ornament, on triangular foot, by A.D. Viana, 1621, inches high, 290 guineas; anoval-shaped rosewater dish of silver gilt, the centreengraved with the arms of the Cardinal of York,the border chased with sphinxes, masks, etc.,20^ X i6|-, 750 guineas; a fluted rosewater eweren suite, 470 guineas (the last two lots were pur-chased by the Earl of Moray) ; a silver gilt stand-ing cup and cover, cylindrical centre, with sixbosses at the bottom and as many projecting lobesat the top, ornamented with numerous medallionsof classical subjects; underneath this splendidspecimen of German goldsmiths work is a beau-tiful medallion with a profile portrait of a man,with the inscription Georgen Roemer, ano. 1580,I if inches high, 3,090 guineas (see full-pageplate) ; and a silver gilt cup and cover 01 verysimilar design, surmounted by a statue of a Romansoldier holding a wreath and baton, i incheshigh, 705 guineas. Decorative Objects : Apair of Louis X

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Image from page 68 of “History of the United States from the earliest discovery of America to the present time” (1912)
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Title: History of the United States from the earliest discovery of America to the present time
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Andrews, Elisha Benjamin, 1844-1917 James, James Alton, 1864-1962
Subjects: United States — History
Publisher: New York : Charles Scribner’s Sons
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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ef that they were the fathers, weretransferred to Genoa in 1887, and depositedthere on July 2d of that year with theutmost ecclesiastical pomp. As Columbus was ignorant of havingfound a new continent, so was he deniedthe honor of giving it a name, this fallingby accident, design, or carelessness of truth,to Amerigo Vespucci, a native of Florence,whose active years were spent in Spain andPortugal. Vespucci made three voyagesinto the western seas. In the second, 1501,he visited the coast of Brazil, and pushedfarther south than any navigator had yetdone, probably so far as the island of SouthGeorgia, in latitude 540. His account ofthis voyage found its way into print in1504, at Nebenjob Augsburg, Germany, the first pub-lished narrative of any discovery of themainland. Although, as above noted, itwas not the earliest discovery of the main,it was widely regarded such, and causedVespucci to be named for many years asthe peer, if not the superior of Columbus.The publication ran through many editions.

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Amerigo Vespucci.Facsimile of an old print. 7 J COLUMBUS 61 That of Strassburg, 1505, mentioned Ves-pucci on its title-page as having discov-ered a new Southern Land. This isthe earliest known utterance hinting atthe continental nature of the new discov-ery, as separate from Asia, an idea whichgrew into a conviction only after Magel-lans voyage, described in the next chapter.In 1507 appeared at St. Die, near Strass-burg, a four-page pamphlet by one Lud,secretary to the Duke of Lorraine, describ-ing Vespuccis voyages and speaking ofthe Indians as the American race. Thispamphlet came out the same year in an-other form, as part of a book entitledIntroduction to Cosmography, preparedby Martin Waldseemiiller, under the nom deplume of Hylacomylus. In this book thenew part of the world is distinctly calledThe Land of Americus, or America.There is some evidence that Vespucci atleast connived at the misapprehensionwhich brought him his renown—as unde-served as it has become permanent—butth

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