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The Art journal illustrated catalogue [of] the industry of all nations.
|LC Classifications||NK520.G7L64 1970b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 328,  p. (chiefly illus.).|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||78596272|
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Officially titled The Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations, it was held in a gigantic greenhouse-like building that covered almost 20 acres, used almost a million square feet of glass, and taxed the resources of a nation to erect.
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[i]-[ii], pp. [iii]-[iv] Preface, pp. [v]-[vi] Table of contents, p. vii. Engravings of works exhibited, pp. vii-x. History of the great exhibition, pp.
xi-xxvi. The Art journal illustrated catalogue of the industry of all nations, pp. Get this from a library. The great exhibition, London, the Art Journal Illustrated Catalogue: the industry of all nations, The Art Journal Illustrated Catalogue of the Industry of All Nations, A fascinating book with some fabulous engravings – this one is of a silver cup by Paul Sazikoff of Moscow (p.
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4to, pp. xxvi,xvi, viii, viii, viii, xxii; engraved frontispiece and title page; thousands of text wood engravings on the decorative arts; half tan sheep over marbled paper boards, gilt-ruled spine in six panels, title gilt direct in one, marbled edges.Description.
The painting positions Caesar seated, crowned, and robed in a scarlet toga, as the centre and focus of composition. Tillius Cimber is depicted pulling on Caesar's toga to both distract and pin him, as Servilius Casca sneaks behind Caesar and attempts to stab Caesar with a dagger.
Reception. The Contemporary Review described the paintings as "a highly realistic, dramatic, not to.