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¶ Lely and the Stuart Portrait Painters. A study of English Portraiture before and after Van Dyck. By C. H. COLLINS BAKER. With nearly 250 illustrations (8 in colour). 2 vols., large cr. 4to. 350 copies for sale, buckram, £6 6s. net; green parchment, £7 75. net, the set. ¶ Portrait Medals of Italian Artists of the Renaissance. By G. F. HILL. With coloured frontispiece and 32 collotype plates. 750 copies, large cr. 4to, cloth 16s. net; green parchment, £1 2s. 6d. net. ¶ Mary the Mother of Jesus. By ALICE MEYNELL. With 20 plates in colour by R. Anning BELL, R.W.S. Large cr. 4to, buckram gilt, 165. net; 250 copies on hand-made large paper, vellum gilt, £2 25. net. The Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius. Translated by GEORGE LONG. With 12 plates in colour by W. RUSSELL FLINT. (Popular Edition.) Small cr. 4to, cloth gilt, 10s. 6d. net; green parchment, 15s. net. The Scholar Gipsy, and Thyrsis. By MATTHEW ARNOLD. (New Edition in handy form.) With 10 plates in colour by W. RUSSELL FLINT, and topographical end-papers by EDMUND H. NEW. Small cr. 8vo, cloth, 35. 6d. net.; parchment, 6s. net; morocco, 10s. 6d. net. (Copies may also be obtained of the ORIGINAL QUARTO EDITION :) With the 10 Plates reproduced by the Medici Process. 4to, 12s. 6d. net; parchment, £1 Is. net. 100 copies on Japanese vellum, £2 12s. 6d. net. Vol I. published; Vol. II immediately, Vol. III in November, 1912; Vol. IV in 1912–13. ¶ Vasari's Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors
and Architects. Newly translated by GASTON DE VERE, sometime Brackenbury Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford. With about 500 full-page illustrations, including not less than 100 in colour. 10 vols : each volume sold separately. Large cr. 4to, buckam, £1 55. net; green parchment, £1 15s. net; whole vellum, £2 25. net, per volume.
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¶ P. Vergili Maronis Opera Omnia. Reprinted after the text of H. NETTLESHIP in the Corpus Poetarum Latinorum, as edited by J. P. POSTGATE. 2 vols., 500 sets for sale. Boards, 1 11s. 6d. net; limp vellum, £2 12s. 6d. net, the set; ten copies for sale on vellum, £31 10s. net, the set.
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THE Medici Society, Ltd., was registered as a strictly Private Company, in June, 1908, by certain gentlemen interested in the Arts, who desired to bring within reach of all purses more accurate reproductions, in colour, of selected works by the Great Masters, than had ever before been available.
The Society ventures to claim that it has already justified its existence. When in 1906 the first Medici Prints were experimentally issued, no less an authority than the "Burlington Magazine" laid it down that: "Nothing of the kind so good and so cheap has ever been issued before." In 1912 the same critical organ declared that the Prints "maintain their previous high level of excellence and, indeed, sometimes surpass it."
Over one hundred and fifty Medici Prints are now published, at prices ranging from 6s. to 40s. Among the Prints recently issued are:
s. d. Italian CIMA: THE PRESENTATION IN THE TEMPLE. (Dresden.) 201 by 27 in. 25 0 XXXVIII.
P. DELLA FRANCESCA: THE MADONNA, CHILD, AND ANGELS. (Christ
Edition limited to 500 numbered copies.
GAINSBOROUGH: THE HON. MRS. GRAHAME. (Edinburgh.)
27 by 18in.
English HOPPNER: THE SISTERS. (Tennant Collection.) 24 by 191 in.
RAEBURN: MRS. SCOTT MONCRIEFF. (Edinburgh.) 19 by 15 in.
ABBOTT HORATIO, VISCOUNT NELSON. (National Portrait Gallery.)
FR. QUESNEL: A LADY OF THE COURT OF MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS.
RUYSDAEL: THE CHACE. (Dresden.) 19 by 26 in.
* Edition limited to 500 numbered copies. REMBRANDT: A YOUNG WARRIOR. (Glasgow.) 26 by 20 in.
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Flemish RUYSDAEL: THE OAKS. (Berlin.) 20 by 25 in.
Flemish VANDYKE: VANDYKE WITH A SUNFLOWER. (Grosvenor House.)
COROT: SOUVENIR DE MORTE FONTAINE. (Louvre.) 15 by 22 in.
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