I can send expedited rate if you choose; otherwise it will promptly be sent via media rate. Got any questions? Email me; I'm happy to help! Very Good. Profusely illustrated, this magnificent folio contains 65 stunning plates, many of which fold-out into double-page folio illustrations. Canaletto was an Italian painter of classical city views along with imaginary urban scenes, and the demarcation between the real and the imaginary is often ambiguous.
In addition to his prominent paintings of Venice, Rome, and London, he was an important printmaker using the etching technique. The purpose of the 65 drawings selected here, out of the thousand or so known to be by Canaletto, is to present as complete an anthology as possible, giving precedence to the works which offer his fullest poetical expression, as well as drawings of particularly philological interest.
Bound in brown linen cloth and finely printed paper-covered boards comprising etchings by Canaletto. Annotated by Terisio Pignatti. Seller: Johanson Rare Books. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements.
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One of twenty numbered copies only on Japon Imperial vellum, this being No. There were also 40 copies printed on Hollande van Gelder paper and numbers 61 to on Verge de Rives. Royal octavo. Three quater green cloth over marbled paper covered boards, spine lettered and lined in gilt. Original printed wrappers, front wrap printed in red and black, bound in.
Ttitle page printed in red and black and the page numbers are printed in red. Text in French. Similarly, significant commas have been given as dashes. Round brackets arc taken from the original, and mark a significant change of voice; when the original brackets seem to imply little more tlian the drop in tone accom- panying parenthesis, they are conveyed by commas or dashes. The reference number for the first line is given at the head of each page.
Numerals in square brackets are placed at the beginning of the traditional acts and scenes.
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By William Shakclpeare. AT London; rrbted by I. A bell tolls twelve. Nay, answer me. Stand and unfold yourself. Long live the ting! You come most carefully upon your hour. And I am sick at heart. Have you had quiet guard? Not a mouse stirring. Well, good night; If you do meet Horatio and Marcellus, The rivals of my watch, bid them maTce haste, Horatio and Marcellos come forth Francisco [listens'].
Stand ho, who is there? Friends to this ground. And liegemen to the Dane. Give you good night.
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O, farewell honest soldier. Who hath relieved you? Bamardo hath my place; Give you good night. Holla, Barnardo!
Say, What, is Horatio there? A piece of him.
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Welcome Horatio, welcome good Mar- cellus. What, has this thing appeared again to-night? I have seen nothing. And will not let belief take hold of him Touching this dreaded sight twice seen of us. Therefore I have entreated him along With us to watch the minutes of this night.fgc-engineering.com/4768.php
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That if again this apparition come. He may approve our eyes and speak to it. Sit down awhile. And let us once again assail your ears. That are so fortified against our story. What we have two nights seen. Well, sit we down. And let us hear Bamardo speak of this. Thou art a scholar, speak to it, Horatid.
Most like, it harrows me with fear and wonder. It would be spoke to.