A. De Labzin

Biography
Counsellor of State and Perpetual Secretary to the Imperial Academy of the Fine Arts, St. Petersburg. (c.1801)
 
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Hoare, Prince   Academic correspondence 1803, containing extracts, No. II., from a correspondence with the Academies of Vienna & St. Petersburg, on the present cultivation of the arts of painting, sculpture, and architecture; a summary report of the transactions of the Royal Academy of London, from the close of the Exhibition 1802, to the same period, 1803, and a description of public monuments, voted by the Parliament of Great Britain, to the memory of distinguished naval and military officers since the year 1798. Published by desire of the Academy by Prince Hoare, Member of the Academie of Florence, and Cortona, and Secretary for Foreign Correspondence to the Royal Academy of London. - London 1804   
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Hoare, Prince   Academic annals : published by authority of the Royal Academy of Arts 1803 ; collected and arranged by Prince Hoare, Secretary for Foreign Correspondence to the Royal Academy - London 1805   
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Hoare, Prince   Academic annals : published by authority of the Royal Academy of Arts 1801-2 ; collected and arranged by Prince Hoare, Secretary for Foreign Correspondence to the Royal Academy - London 1805   
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Hoare, Prince   Extracts from a correspondence with the Academies of Vienna & St. Petersburg on the cultivation of the arts of painting, sculpture, and architecture in the Austrian and Russian dominions : to which is prefixed a summary account of the transactions of the Royal Academy of London : from the close of the Exhibition 1801, to the present exhibition at Somerset-House, 1802 by Prince Hoare, Member of the Academies of Florence, and Cortona, and Secretary for Foreign Correspondence to the Royal Academy of London - London 1802   
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Hoare, Prince   Academic annals ; published by authority of the Royal Academy of Arts 1804-5 ; collected and arranged by Prince Hoare, Secretary for Foreign Correspondence to the Royal Academy - London 1805   
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