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Liber Studiorum, Catalogue

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19th century

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Artist: Joseph Mallord William Turner, British 1775 - 1851

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Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Philip Hofer, M4171-M4241.X

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Liber Studiorum, Catalogue

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Artist: Joseph Mallord William Turner, British 1775 - 1851

Date

19th century

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PUBLISHED
STUDIORUM
THE
CATALOGUE.
LIBER
FRONTISPIECE
THE PUBLISHED PLATES.
PLATES.
FRONTISPIECE TO LIBER STUDIORUM is most
TO
most
is
presented
Subscribers
No.
them:
the
plates
No. THE
which
architectural.
For
respectfully
The
letters
pastoral
have
top
by
from
The from the olates thev them: For the plates which
the following
of
respectfully presented the Subscribers by .
printed
mountainous
the Cataloguc. have the following
and
The letters the pastral : top of elegant and pastoral printed in the mountainous marine i H.,
elegant
.
in
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the commonly
Cataloguc.
thev
pastral :
commonly
H.,
marine i

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CATALOGUE.
the
plates,
printed
following
marine;
A.,
from
they
no
STUDIORUM
presented
M.
picture
in
Rape
was
by
himself.
framework
set
No.
AND
P.
All
book,
with
long
through
trees
of
owe
part
their
324
parts
walled
(No.
CATALOGUE. * The letters at the top of the plates, and printed in the margin of the Catalogue, have the following mean ings :- P., pastral; E P, elegant pastoral ; M. and M. S., mountainous; M., marine; H., historical; A., architectural. The names in the Catalogue anre taken from the plates so far as they appear upon them. For the plates which bear no name the commonly accepted name is given in parentheses THE PUBLISHED PLATES. No. 1.-THE FRONTISPIECE TO LIBER STUDIORUM is mmost respectfully presented to the Subscribers by J. M. W. Turner. Published May 23, 1812. -The picture in the centre, the Rape of Europa, was engraved by Turner himself. The contrast between its beauty and the clumsy and unmeaning framework in which it is set is striking. PART I-PUBLISHED JANUARY 20, 1807. No. 2.-(BRIDGE AND COWS.) P. No. 3.– (WOMAN WITH TAMBOURINE.) * All the worst and feeblest studies in the book, as the pastoral with the nymph playing the tambourine, that with the long bridge seen through the trees (No. 13) and with the flock of goats on the walled road (No. 43),- owe the principal part of their im becilities to Claude."-RUSKIN, Modern Painters, Vol. III. p. 324 In spite of its weak artificiality, the composition is in parts exquisite. E. P.
at
and
margin
:-
P.,
pastral;
S.,
M.,
H.,
The
anre
as
them.
commonly
accepted
TO
LIBER
Subscribers
May
contrast
beauty
unmeaning
is
striking.
WITH
nymph
playing
tambourine,
seen
13)
goats
top
ings
elegant
architectural.
plates
so
For
bear
name
PUBLISHED
PLATES.
W.
Turner.
23,
1812.
-The
Turner
between
its
which
I-PUBLISHED
COWS.)
3.–
(WOMAN
TAMBOURINE.)
studies
bridge
flock
im
Vol.
In
composition
letters
Catalogue,
mean
E
P,
mountainous;
taken
far
upon
given
respectfully
J.
Published
centre,
it
PART
20,
*
that
on
road
principal
becilities
to
Modern
Painters,
III.
spite
have
pastoral
;
historical;
names
Catalogue
appear
parentheses
THE
1.-THE
FRONTISPIECE
mmost
Europa,
engraved
clumsy
JANUARY
1807.
2.-(BRIDGE
worst
feeblest
43),-
Claude."-RUSKIN,
p.
weak
artificiality,
exquisite.
E.