James Robson

Born: 1733?
Died: 1806
Biography
Printer, bookseller, publisher, in London 1759-1806. Address: New Bond St. Partner of Wm. Clarke 1787-9; trading as Robson & Fell 1801-3.
 
Works of Art: 0
Books: 12
Archives: 0
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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Strange, Robert   An Inquiry Into The Rise and Establishment Of The Royal Academy of Arts. To Which Is Prefixed, A Letter to the Earl of Bute. By Robert Strange, Member of the Royal Academy of Painting at Paris, of the Academies of Rome, Florence, Bologna; Professor of the Royal Academy at Parma, &c. - London: [1775]   
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Strange, Robert   A Descriptive Catalogue Of A Collection of Pictures, Selected From The Roman, Florentine, Lombard, Venetian, Neapolitan, Flemish, French And Spanish Schools. To which are added, Remarks on the principal Painters and their Works. With A Catalogue of Thirty-two Drawings, from capital Paintings of great Masters. Collected and drawn, during a Journey of several Years in Italy, By Robert Strange, Member of the Royal Academy of Painting at Paris; of the Academies of Rome, Florence, Bologna; Professor of the Royal Academy of Parma, and a Director of the Royal Society of Artists of Great-Britain. - London: [1769]   
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An Essay Upon Prints: Containing Remarks upon the Principles of picturesque Beauty, The Different Kinds of Prints, And The Characters of the most noted Masters; Illustrated By Criticisms upon particular Pieces; To which are added, Some Cautions that may be useful in collecting Prints. [Epigraph from Vergil.]   - London: [1768]   
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Biographical Memoirs Of Extraordinary Painters.   - London: [1780]   
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Il Mercurio Italico: O Sia Ragguaglio Generale intorno alla Letteratura, Belle Arti, Utili Scoperte, ec. di tutta l'Italia. The Italian Mercury: Or, A General Account concerning the Literature, Fine Arts, Useful Discoveries, &c. of all Italy.   - Londra: [1789-1790]   
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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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Baretti, Joseph   A Dictionary Of The English and Italian Languages. By Joseph Baretti. Improved and augmented with above Ten Thousand Words, omitted in the last Edition of Altieri. To which is prefixed, An Italian and English Grammar. A New Edition. Volume I. (II.) - London [1778]   
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Paine, James   Plans, Elevations and Sections, Of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Houses And Also Of Stabling, Bridges, Public and Private, Temples, and other Garden Buildings; Executed In The Counties Of Derby, Durham, Middlesex, Northumberland, Nottingham, and York. By James Paine, Architect, One of the Directors of the Society of Artists of Great-Britain. Part The First. Illustrated by Seventy-Four Large Folio Plates. The second edition. (Nottingham, Essex, Wilts, Derby, Hertford, Suffolk, Salop, Middlesex, and Surrey. By James Paine, Architect. Part The Second. Illustrated by One Hundred and One Large Folio Plates.) - London: [1783]   
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Bromley, Robert Anthony   A Philosophical And Critical History Of The Fine Arts, Painting, Sculpture, And Architecture; With Occasional Observations On The Progress of Engraving, in it's several Branches Deduced From The Earliest Records, Through Every Country In Which Those Arts Have Been Cherished, To Their Present Establishment In Great Britain, Under The Auspices Of His Majesty King George III. In Four Parts. Volume I. (II.) By The Rev. Robert Anthony Bromley, B.D. Rector Of St. Mildred's In The Poultry, And Minister Of Fitzroy-Chapel, London. - London: [1793-1795]   
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Johnson, Samuel   The Lives Of The Most Eminent English Poets; With Critical Observations On Their Works. By Samuel Johnson. In Four Volumes. Volume I. (-IV.) - London: [1781]   
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Lysons, Samuel   An Account Of Roman Antiquities Discovered At Woodchester In The County Of Gloucester. By Samuel Lysons F.R.S. & A.S. - London [1797]   
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