James Mynde

Born: 1702
Died: 1771
Biography
Print-maker, painter.
 
Works of Art: 8
Books: 12
Archives: 0
Works by

Blenheim House   
Blenheim House
18 June 1745
James Mynde
  

Don Quixote departs in search...   
Don Quixote departs in search...
1725?
James Mynde
  

Sancho Panza departing for Barataria   
Sancho Panza departing for Barataria
1725
James Mynde
  

Lady Dolorida pretending to be...   
Lady Dolorida pretending to be...
1725?
James Mynde
  

Basile defended by Don Quixote   
Basile defended by Don Quixote
1725
James Mynde
  

Don Quixote dubbed a Knight...   
Don Quixote dubbed a Knight...
1725
James Mynde
  
 

The Princess of Micomicon intreats...   
The Princess of Micomicon intreats...
1725
James Mynde
  

Don Quixote supposing the puppets...   
Don Quixote supposing the puppets...
1725
James Mynde
  

Turnbull, George   A Curious Collection Of Ancient Paintings, Accurately Engraved from Excellent Drawings, Lately done after the Originals, By one of the Best Hands at Rome. With An Account where and when they were found, and where they now are; and several Critical, Historical, and Mythological Observations upon them. - By George Turnbull, L.L. D. - [Epigraph] - - London: [1744]   
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Piles, Roger de   The Principles Of Painting, Under the Heads of Anatomy Attitude Accident Architecture Composition Claro-obscuro Contrast Colouring Design Disposition Draperies Expression Harmony History Invention Landskip Lights Proportion Passion Portraiture Sculpture Style Truth Unity, &c. - In which is Contained, An Account of the Athenian, Roman, Venetian and Flemish Schools. - To which is Added, The Balance of Painters. Being The Names of the most noted Painters, and their Degrees of Perfection in the Four principal Parts of their Art: Of singular Use to those who would form an Idea of the Value of Paintings and Pictures. - Written Originally in French by Mons. Du Piles, Author of The Lives of the Painters. - And now first Translated into English. By a Painter. - - London: [1743]   
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Ware, Isaac   A Complete Body Of Architecture. Adorned With Plans and Elevations, From Original Designs. By Isaac Ware, Esq. Of His Majesty's Board of Works. In which are interspersed Some Designs of Inigo Jones, never before published. - London: [1756]   
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Parsons, James   Human Physiognomy Explain'd: In The Crounian Lectures On Muscular Motion. For the Year MDCCXLVI. Read before the Royal Society: By James Parsons, M.D. and F.R.S. Being a Supplement to the Philosophical Transactions for that Year. - London: [1747]   
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Chambers, Ephraim   Cyclopædia: Or, An Universal Dictionary Of Arts And Sciences. Containing An Explanation of the Terms, and an Account Of The Several Subjects, In The Liberal And Mechanical Arts, And The Sciences, Human and Divine. Intended as a Course of Ancient and Modern Learning. By E. Chambers, F.R.S. ... With The Supplement, And Modern Improvements, Incorporated in one Alphabet. By Abraham Rees, D.D. In Four Volumes. Volume The First. (Fifth.) - London [1786]   
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[Maps For Mr. Tindal's Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England.]   - [London ? 1744-1747?]   
03/2919   
Wren, Christopher   Parentalia: Or, Memoirs Of The Family of the Wrens; Viz. Of Mathew Bishop of Ely, Christopher Dean of Windsor, &c. But Chiefly Of Sir Christopher Wren, Late Surveyor-General of the Royal Buildings, President of the Royal Society, &c. &c. In which is contained, besides his Works, A great Number of Original Papers and Records; On Religion, Politicks, Anatomy, Mathematicks, Architecture, Antiquities; and most Branches of Polite Literature. Compiled, by his Son Christopher; Now published by his Grandson, Stephen Wren, Esq; With the Care of Joseph Ames, F.R.S. and Secretary to the Society of Antiquaries, London. - London: [1750]   
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Pococke, Richard, Bishop of`Meath   A Description Of The East, And Some other Countries. Volume the First. Observations on Egypt. By Richard Pococke, Ll.D. F.R.S. - London: [1743-1745]   
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Parsons, James   The Crounian Lectures On Muscular Motion For the Years MDCCXLIV and MDCCXLV. Read before the Royal Society: By James Parsons, M. D. and Fellow of the Royal Society. Being a Supplement to the Philosophical Transactions for those Years. - London: 1745.   
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Hamilton, John, F.R.S.   Stereography, Or, A Compleat Body Of Perspective, In all its Branches. Teaching to describe, by Mathematical Rules, The Appearances of Lines, Plain Figures, and Solid Bodies, Rectilinear, Curvilinear, and Mixed, in all manner of Positions. Together with their Projections or Shadows, And Their Reflections by Polished Planes. The Whole performed by Uniform, Easy, and General Methods, For the most Part entirely New. In Seven Books. By J. Hamilton, Esq; F.R.S. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. - London [1738]   
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Gibbs, James   A Book Of Architecture, Containing Designs Of Buildings And Ornaments. By James Gibbs. - London: [1728]   
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Turnbull, George   A Treatise On Ancient Painting, Containing Observations On The Rise, Progress, and Decline of that Art amongst the Greeks and Romans; The High Opinion which the Great Men of Antiquity had of it; its Connexion with Poetry and Philosophy; and the Use that may be made of it in Education: To which are added Some Remarks on the peculiar Genius, Character, and Talents of Raphael, Michael Angelo, Nicholas Poussin, and other Celebrated Modern Masters; and the commendable Use they made of the exquisite Remains of Antiquity in Painting as well as Sculpture. The Whole illustrated and adorned with Fifty Pieces of Ancient Painting; Discovered at different times in the Ruins of Old Rome, accurately engraved from Drawings of Camillo Paderni a Roman, lately done from the Originals with great Exactness and Elegance. By George Turnbull Ll. D. - London: [1740]   
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