The marble antiquities, the Right Honble. the Earl of Pembrokes, at Wilton are too many to be drawn by but several hands : there being statues, bustos, bass-reliev's and miscellanies ... (Book, 1731) [Williams]
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The marble antiquities, the Right Honble. the Earl of Pembrokes, at Wilton are too many to be drawn by but several hands : there being statues, bustos, bass-reliev's and miscellanies ...

The marble antiquities, the Right Honble. the Earl of Pembrokes, at Wilton are too many to be drawn by but several hands : there being statues, bustos, bass-reliev's and miscellanies ...

Author: Cary Creed
Publisher: [London] : They may be had of me Cary Creed at the Jarr between Cecil and Salisbury streets in the Strand, and Mr. Prevost the Bookseller near it has some of me and so may any other, anno 1731 [or later]
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Genre/Form: Etchings
Pictorial works
Ouvrages illustrés
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Creed, Cary, 1708-1775.
Marble antiquities, the Right Honble. the Earl of Pembrokes, at Wilton are too many to be drawn by but several hands.
[London] : They may be had of me Cary Creed at the Jarr between Cecil and Salisbury streets in the Strand, and Mr. Prevost the Bookseller near it has some of me and so may any other, anno 1731 [or later]
(OCoLC)936903655
Named Person: Thomas Herbert Pembroke, Earl of; Thomas Herbert Pembroke, Earl of
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Cary Creed
OCLC Number: 85177903
Notes: BL reports copies dated 1730 with 40 plates, and another dated 1731 with 70 plates.
Inscription on back pastedown of Getty copy suggests that this is the 4th issue.
Etched throughout.
Description: [1], 74 leaves : chiefly illustrations (etchings) ; 30 cm (4to)
Responsibility: I have drawn and etch'd in imitation of Perrier all the statues, and to make the number of my plates even 70 here are three different postures of some of the statues by the famous sculptor Cleomenes.
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