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Arundel and Pomfret marbles in Oxford

Michael Vickers

Arundel and Pomfret marbles in Oxford

by Michael Vickers

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Published by Ashmolean Museum in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arundel, Thomas Howard, -- Earl of, -- 1585-1646 -- Art collections.,
  • Marble sculpture, Classical -- Collectors and collecting -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 86-90).

    StatementMichael Vickers.
    SeriesAshmolean handbooks
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNB70 .V53 2006, NB70 .V53 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18284714M
    ISBN 101854442082, 1854442074
    ISBN 109781854442086, 9781854442079

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    The Parthenon Marbles: The Case for Reunification. [New ed. London: Verso, Miles, Margaret Melanie. Art as Plunder: The Ancient Origins of Debate about Cultural Property. New York: Cambridge University Press, Vickers, Michael. “The Arundel and Pomfret Marbles in Oxford.” The Arundel and Pomfret Marbles in Oxford. November 1, "Arundel" by E. F. Benson. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read.

    They now belong to the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University, as a result of a gift made by his grandson Henry Howard, 6th Duke of Norfolk in and of a supplementary gift in , when the extravagant 2nd Earl of Pomfret sold back to his mother those Arundel marbles that had been at Easton Neston, and she donated them to the Ashmolean, where. The Alfred Jewel by David A. Hinton, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.


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It was Lady Pomfret who "saved" the Arundel marbles, presenting them after her husband's death to Oxford University. They fall into two distinct groups: those of her immediate family and those of English monarchs and writers. The Arundel marbles (Oxford: University of Oxford, Ashmolean Museum) Michael Vickers, Arundel and Pomfret Marbles in Oxford (Ashmolean Museum) ISBN ; Benjamin Anderson, curator, The Invention of Antiquity, exhibition at Bryn Mawr, "Epigraphy and Wanderlust"] Chambers' Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities, The Arundel and Pomfret marbles are at present preserved at Oxford in two rooms belonging to the public schools, beneath the picture gallery.

Of the Arundel portion, that which the University places at the head of its collection is the Greek inscription known by the name of the Parke Chronicle. The largest surviving portion of the first major collection of Classical antiquities in Britain -- the sculptures and inscriptions collected in the early 17th century by Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel for his London house and garden -- is in the Antiquities Department of the Ashmolean Museum.

This handbook tracks their eventful history before they came to rest in Oxford. The Arundel marbles were first displayed in the ‘Garden of Antiquities’ outside the new Sheldonian Theatre from /9 (Sturdy and Moorcraft ), and this particular inscription can be seen as part of that display on a proof-engraving in the papers of Henry Aldrich (Vickers p).

The Inscriptions were subsequently transferred. The Arundel marbles are a collection of carved Ancient Greek sculptures and inscriptions collected by Thomas Howard, 21st Earl of Arundel in the early seventeenth century, the first such comprehensive collection of its kind in are now in the Ashmolean Museum, having been donated in two groups; the bulk of the collection was a gift by Arundel's grandson Henry Howard, 6th Duke of.

It was first recorded in Oxford by Prideaux (), as part of the Arundel Collection, given to the University of Oxford by Henry Howard, Earl of Arundel, in The Arundel marbles were first displayed in the ‘Garden of Antiquities’ outside the new Sheldonian Theatre from /9 (Sturdy and Moorcraft ), and this inscription is.

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A similar, or even more drastic de-restoration, befell the famous collection of ancient sculptures assembled by Thomas Howard, 2nd Earl of Arundel (), during the first three decades of the seventeenth century Ina group of the Arundel marbles was bought by Sir William Fermor, 1st Baron Leominster, and moved to Easton Neston.

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