Facsim. reprint of the exhibition catalogues originally published : Paris: De l"Imprimerie des Sciences et Arts, 1796.
|Contributions||Salon (Exhibition) (1801 : Paris, France)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||91|
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Catalogues of the Paris Salon to by Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture (France); , Reprints of the original editions published in Paris. Includes reproduction of original title pages: Explication. Individual catalogs have lengthy titles that varied over time, often due to the changing scope of the exhibitions. You can locate most entries by searching the library catalog for the phrase Salon (Exhibition: Paris, France) as either a subject or an author. If you are seeking original editions, searching for the title Explication des ouvrages de peinture, sculpture, architecture, gravure. The livret of followed the same format as the previous Salon with one noticeable addition: many of the younger and newer artists were further identified as students of established artists. The use of citoyen and citoyenne was less frequent. There were entries in the catalog. The Revolutionary Salons are difficult to represent, and this one especially. Most of the artists and their works. The & Salons were sponsored by the Société des amis des arts. Salon for held under the auspices of the Société des artistes français. "The Salon catalogue presented here as that of is in fact that of "--Page opposite t.p. of v. . Description: 60 volumes ; 19 cm: Contents: v.  , , , v.
Events. 9 March - Widow Joséphine de Beauharnais marries General Napoléon Bonaparte. 12 April - Battle of Montenotte, French victory over Austria and Sardinian forces. Napoleon Bonaparte's first victory as an army commander. 13 April - Battle of Millesimo, French victory against Austrian and Sardinian forces. 14 April April - Second Battle of Dego, French victory over Austro-Sardinian forces. Many of our Salons are catalogued as Rare Books because of the fragile nature of the bindings and paper. Salon de Chadwyck-Healey Salon de Chadwyck-Healey Salon international de photographie de Paris. 19e. RB/TR Parkes. Société des artistes français. Salon de Histoire de l'armee d'Italie, / (Paris: H. Champion, ), by Gabriel Joseph Fabry (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Mémoires sur la campagne de en Italie / (Paris: Librarie Militaire R. Chapelot & Cie., ), by Gabriel Joseph Fabry . The Salon of Madame Necker (Suzanne Curchod , mother of writer Madame de Staël), the wife of Jacques Necker, the Irish-Genevan banker, and former Finance Minister, was one of the most famous, and here were to be found nearly all the celebrities of the time: Madame de Staël, la Duchesse de Lauzun, la Comtesse de Brienne, the talented.
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