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Cottonian Library, Plymouth.

Ernest Radford

Cottonian Library, Plymouth.

by Ernest Radford

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cottonian Library (Plymouth).

  • Edition Notes

    Published in The Art Journal, Sept., 1897.

    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20217537M

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    Cottonian Library (colecção de manuscritos medievais de Sir Robert Cotton Aberto em 15 de Janeiro de , reuniu três coleções: CONTEXTO E CRIAÇÃO Sir Robert Bruce Cotton () Antiquário Inglês, o fundador da Biblioteca Cottonian, e um parlamentar de destaque no reinado de Charles I. Description: Plymouth Proprietary Library was founded in in an elegant building designed by John Foulston, which was destroyed in the Blitz, together with most of the stock. The collection consists of more t volumes, mainly 19th- and 20th-century fiction, biographies, diaries and letters, history, travel and other general.


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Plymouth’s Greatest Gift was a project that was run during by a group of students from Cottonian Library of Plymouth, in collaboration with Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, to rediscover the Cottonian Collection. Find out about the research, events and.

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On Tour Cottonian Collection Library Around volumes covering all manner of subject matter from history and archaeology, literature and the arts. Illuminated drawing of George and the Dragon, from a Book of Hours. The Library includes some two thousand or so volumes, mostly dating from the period.

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Cottonian Library of Hours - The Cottonian Collection encompasses a 2, volume library, several thousand prints, Old Master drawings, oil paintings, bronzes and sculptures and. Plymouth Libraries, Plymouth, United Kingdom. 2, likes talking about this were here.

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l'HK KARLY CATALOGUES OF THE COTTONIAN LIBRARY' CO I, IN G. TITE I \ spite of the importance of the Cottonian library for a wide range of literary and historical studies we know very little about its organization and development in the first century ot its existence.

W'hile its unique value was widely recognized long before the. The print collection of the Cottonian Library in the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery in Devon has only been referred to twice in art-historical literature, first in in H.

Hake's article on Pond and Knapton's imitations of draw-ings,1 and second as an aside in a short note by A. Popham in on the drawings in the Cottonian. How to donate materials to the Friends of the Plymouth District Library: Thanks much for considering donating books or other materials to the Friends.

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The exhibition dovetails with past, present and future activities in Plymouth to preserve and promote the Cottonian collection as ‘Plymouth’s greatest gift’. In Arts Council England’s Designation Development Fund, set up to assist collections of perceived outstanding importance in non-national museums, gave £49, towards Author: Susanna Avery-Quash.

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