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The Paper museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo

The Paper museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo

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Published by Olivetti in [Ivrea, Italy] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dal Pozzo, Cassiano, -- 1588-1657 -- Art collections -- Exhibitions,
  • Art -- Collectors and collecting -- Italy -- Exhibitions,
  • Drawing -- Collectors and collecting -- Italy -- Exhibitions,
  • Prints -- Collectors and collecting -- Italy -- Exhibitions

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[introduction by Francis Haskell ; contributors, Mirka Benes̆ ... [et al.].
    SeriesQuaderni puteani -- 4
    ContributionsHaskell, Francis, 1928-, Benes̆, Mirka., British Museum. Prints and Drawings Gallery.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 278 p. :
    Number of Pages278
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23376347M

    The paper museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo: A catalogue raisonné, ser. A, Antiquities and architecture, pt. I, Ancient mosaics and wallpaintings HelenWhitehouse London and TurnhoutHarvey Miller Publishers £ This volume catalogues Cassiano dal Pozzo's copy of the Codex Cruz-Badianus, an Aztec herbal prepared for the son of the Viceroy of Mexico in and the earliest medical text to have survived from the New World. The original codex was presented to Cassiano's patron, Cardinal Francesco Barberini, during a papal legation to Spain in , and Author: Martin Clayton, Luigi Guerrini, Alejandro de Ávila.

    Cassiano dal Pozzo's Paper Museum. Volume II [Series: Quaderni Puteani, 3] by Montagu, Jennifer, Henrietta mcBurney Joseph Connors, David Freedberg et al and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Flora: The Aztec Herbal. (With Luigi Guerrini and Alejandro de Ávila) ISBN ; Leonardo da Vinci. The Mechanics of Man. Royal Collection Trust, (with Ron Philo) Leonardo da Vinci. Anatomist. Royal Collection Trust, (with Ron Philo) Castiglione: Lost Genius. Royal Collection.

    - The “Paper museum” (Museo Cartaceo) was a collection of prints and drawings of antiquities, architecture and natural history subjects, produced for Cassiano Dal Pozzo (). Proceedings of a conference convened jointly by the British Museum and the Warburg Institute in December Some shelf wear; otherwise a good, unmarked set. The term Museo Cartaceo (Paper Museum), which was the precise term proposed by Cassiano, is a vast collection of books, drawings and prints owned by the Turin-born intended to gather a set of documents that would treat encyclopaedically natural phenomena like fossils, flora and fauna, on the one hand, and the interventions related to the presence of humans on the other hand.


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THE ‘MUSEO CARTACEO’, or ‘Paper Museum’, is a collection of more than 7, watercolours, drawings and prints, assembled during the seventeenth century by the famous Roman patron and collector, Cassiano dal Pozzo, and his brother Carlo Antonio dal Pozzo.

: Fungi (THE PAPER MUSEUM OF CASSIANO DAL POZZO. SERIES B: NATURAL HISTORY) (): Freedberg, David, Pegler, D.: Books. An unquenchable curiosity and desire to document the world around him drove the Italian patron Cassiano dal Pozzo ( – ) to assemble his ‘Paper Museum’ – a spectacular collection of aro drawings, watercolours and prints.

It covered antiquities, architecture, zoology, botany and geology, social customs and ceremonies, costumes, portraits, topography and military maps. One of the grandest pictorial records of the 17th century was the 'Museo Cartaceo' or 'Paper Museum'.

This vast visual encyclopaedia of the ancient and natural worlds, consisting of thousands of drawings and prints, was assembled by the Italian nobleman Cassiano dal Pozzo ( – ). General Introduction by Francis Haskell and Henrietta McBurney to the multi-volume series, 'The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo.

A Catalogue Raisonne. Drawings and Prints in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle, the British Library, the British. - Buy Flora: The Aztec Herbal (The Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo/ Natural History) book online at best prices in India on Read Flora: The Aztec Herbal (The Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo/ Natural History) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Lecturer in Ethnomusicology Martin Clayton, Alejandro De Avila, Luigi Guerrini.

The ‘Paper Museum’ of Cassiano dal Pozzo is a collection of more than 7, watercolours, drawings and prints, today dispersed among the Royal Library at Windsor Castle, the British Library, the Institut de France and various other public and private collections. During the 17th century, Cassiano dal Pozzo and his brother embarked upon an epic attempt to assemble a 'Paper Museum', documenting the major fields of knowledge of their day.

An unquenchable curiosity and desire to document the world around him drove the Italian patron Cassiano dal Pozzo () to assemble his ‘Paper Museum’ – a.

Head of a European or Great White Pelican (Pelecanus onocrotalus),by Vincenzo Leonardi, in the Barber Institute’s exhibition The Paper Museum: The Curious Eye of Cassiano dal Pozzo. The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Series B: Natural History.

Fungi Historians of science and mycologists will certainly find this book of great value, as will researchers interested in the development of museum collections. There are fascinating insights to be had from the study of both the scientific and common names recorded on the.

Cumpără cartea The Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo de Amanda Claridge la prețul de lei, discount 9% cu livrare gratuită prin curier oriunde în Edition: New. Cassiano dal Pozzo's collection of prints and drawings is one of the most important collections of the early modern period.

It was an attempt to embrace the entirety of human knowledge through visual media. The Met Museum's Mark McDonald reviews some of the prints acquired by George III and now held at the British Library.

Most of the dal Pozzo collection was acquired by George III inand is still part of the Royal Collection today. This exhibition – the first in more than 20 years dedicated to Cassiano’s remarkable contribution to art and science – comes out of the second year of a collaboration between the Barber and Royal Collection Trust.

Cassiano's Antichità Diverse album survives almost intact in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle. It is a compendium of pen-and-wash drawings of Roman antiquities, including jewellery, amulets, weights and measures, vases and lamps, tripods. The Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo [Amanda Claridge, Jan Jenkins, Nicholas Turner, David Freedburg, Francesco Solinas, Anthony Griffiths, Henrietta McBurney, Francis Haskell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal PozzoAuthor: Amanda Claridge, Jan Jenkins, Nicholas Turner. ‘The Paper Museum: The Curious Eye of Cassiano dal Pozzo’, which has been curated by MA students from the University of Birmingham, is the second exhibition in the partnership between the Royal Collection Trust and the Barber.

The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo Publishing programme: series A SERIES A: ANTIQUITIES AND ARCHITECTURE • I ANCIENT MOSAICS AND WALLPAINTINGS by Helen Whitehouse (published ) • II EARLY CHRISTIAN AND MEDIEVAL ANTIQUITIES by John Osborne and Amanda Claridge Volume 1: Mosaics and Wallpaintings in Roman Churches (published ) Volume 2: Other.

Reviews of previous volumes of the Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo "These splendid volumes, which allow us to experience at first hand the spirit of enquiry that pervaded seventeenth-century Europe, are examples of modern scholarship and modern publishing at their best." --Art Newspaper, "As with all the volumes of Cassiano dal Pozzo's.

: Birds, Other Animals and Natural Curiosities (Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo. Series B: Natural History) (The Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo, Series B: Natural History) (): Paula Findlenx, Arthur MacGregor, Henrietta McBurney, Caterina Napoleone, Ian Rolfe: BooksAuthor: Paula Findlen, Henrietta McBurney, Arthur MacGregor.

The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Series B: Natural History (HMPMB) The ‘Museo Cartaceo’ (‘Paper Museum’) is a collection of s watercolours, drawings and prints, assembled during the seventeenth century by the Roman patron and collector Cassiano dal Pozzo.

OCLC Number: Notes: Exhibition on view May 14 to Aug in the Prints and Drawings Gallery of the British Museum in London ; jointly organized by the Cassiano dal Pozzo Project, the Royal Library, Windsor, the British Museum, and Olivetti.

The Print Collection of Cassiano Dal Pozzo: Architecture, Topography and Military Maps (Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo. Series C: Prints) [Mark McDonald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Print Collection of Cassiano Dal Pozzo: Architecture, Topography and Military Maps (Paper Museum of Cassiano Dal Pozzo. Series C: Prints)Price: $  The watercolors, created for the "Paper Museum" of the seventeenth-century scholar and art collector Cassiano dal Pozzo, are here combined with the translated text of amateur naturalist Pietro Olina's original Uccelliera of to create a new work that provides a fascinating glimpse of ornithology's earliest days--a period when folklore.