Getty Research Institute
These 54 color photographs represent drawings offered for sale at the Christie's Cabinet Italien auction, New York on January 28, 1999. Most of the drawings are by Italian masters
Getty Research Institute
The Heim Gallery records document the business of the gallery, its cultivation of clients in Europe and the United States, and the production of its scholarly exhibitions especially for the period between 1966 and 1988. The correspondence with museums, individual clients and suppliers and experts comprise the greater part of the collection. Photographs of art works, financial papers, research and publicity files, and Andrew Ciechanowiecki's personal business files make up the rest of the archive
Yale University
Reproductions of photographs by Fratellii Alinari, Fotofast, A.C. Cooper, and other leading fine art photography studios, along with museum and file photographs, in Fototeca Berenson at Villa I Tatti in Florence, Italy. Most were collected by Bernard Berenson from the 1880s until his death in 1959. This partial reproduction of his photographic archive focuses on paintings and drawings by more than 700 Italian Renaissance artists
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Clippings, photographs of artwork, artwork information, transparencies
Harvard University - Fine Arts Library
Photographic reproductions of Italian drawings from the Albertina museum in Vienna, dating from the 15th to 18th centuries. The drawings represent Venetian, Tuscan, Umbrian, Roman, and other Italian schools as published in Albertina catalogs from 1926-1942 and include the work of more than 400 artists
Getty Research Institute
Commonplace book of twenty-two short texts in wide baroque frames. According to the Latin statement on the first page (not numbered), the book belonged to Giovanni Paolo; it was made by his deceased father Giovanni Battista Bonetti and was consigned to the son by Sr. Decio Medolaco. Page one displays the coat of arms of the Medolaco-Albani family. On page two the same emblem is enclosed in an oval frame inscribed: LA VERA ARMA DI GIO. BATTA. BONETTI. The text below is signed "Joannes Baptista de Bonnetis scripsit." Witih the exception of pages 2 and 22, all of the texts are signed in Latin, and most are dated 1661, Bergamo. The author identifies himself as "discipulus Presbiteri Hieronymi Rote Bergomi" (of Bergamo). Seven texts are attributed to Asclepiades, Cicero, Pittacus, Ariosto, Luigi Pulci, Aristotle and Xenophon; the others are derived from common stories or from the author's philosophy
Toledo Museum of Art - Reference Library
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
The Library's collection of study photographs and clippings contains reference photographs and clippings of art objects from a vast array of geographic locations. The collection contains photographs and clippings of sculpture, decorative arts, architecture (locations), and paintings/drawings/prints in the following geographic categories: American, British, French, German, Italian, the Low Countries, Scandinavian, Spanish, Swiss, Miscellaneous European/Western tradition, Egyptian, Ancient Civilization, Byzantine, African, Pre-Columbian American Art, Prehistoric, Near East, Far East, and Oceania. This collection began with the purchase of Willem Rudolf Juynboll's clippings collection, but was augmented in many ways and from several sources. Other major sources of material include the Duveen Collection, purchases from the Courtauld Institute, and an Alinari subscription. The collection also includes material from independent photographers and clippings from auction catalogues collected ... Read More
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
This assembled collection of photographs and clippings represents Italian paintings, drawings and prints of the 2nd through the 20th centuries through reproductions of the work of approximately 2,600 artists. The works of Fra Angelico, Giovanni Bellini, Botticelli, Agnolo Bronzino, Canaletto, Caravaggio, Correggio, Giotto, Giorgione, Francesco Guardi, Leonardo da Vinci, Lorenzo Lotto, Andrea Mantegna, Perugino, Piero della Francesca, Pinturicchio, Raphael, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Tintoretto, Titian, and Veronese are well represented. The collection contains photographs and clippings from numerous sources including commercial vendors and photographers, auction houses and galleries, and scholars' archives and collections, including a collection of clippings from Dr. Willem Rudolf Juynboll and a collection of photographs from Duveen Brothers. The images document Italian paintings and drawings in a number of museums and private collections, including the ... Read More
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Watson Library
Copy by Jonathan Richardson of Sebastiano Resta's (1635-1714) marginal notes to his collection of Italian drawings, acquired chiefly in the 1680s and 1690s. Fourteen volumes of drawings (Liber A-O) (Lansdowne 802), and two volumes comprising an alphbetical list of artists' names and a chronological list of artists and one of unnamed drawings (Lansdowne 803), were purchased ca. 1710 by Lord John Somers and brought to England. The drawings subsequently were dispersed

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