Thomas Kerrich

Born: 1748
Died: 1828
Biography
Artist, antiquary, University Librarian at Cambridge (1797-).
 
Works of Art: 0
Books: 5
Archives: 0
Memorie Degli Intagliatori Moderni In Pietre Dure, Cammei, E Gioje Dal Secolo XV. fino Al Secolo XVIII. [Epigraphs]   - In Livorno. [1753]   
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Kerrich, Thomas   A Catalogue Of The Prints, Which Have Been Engraved After Martin Heemskerck; Or Rather, An Essay Towards Such A Catalogue. By Thomas Kerrich, M.A. Late Principal Librarian To The University Of Cambridge. - Cambridge: 1829   
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A New Description Of The Pictures, Statues, Bustos, Basso Relievos, And Other Curiosities, In The Earl of Pembroke's House, At Wilton. In the Antiques of this Collection are contained the Whole of Cardinal Richelieu's, Cardinal Mazarine's, and the greatest Part of the Earl of Arundel's; besides several particular Pieces purchased at different Times. The Eighth Edition, Corrected, and Enlarged.   - Salisbury: [1778]   
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Ædes Pembrochianæ: A New Account and Description Of The Statues, Bustos, Relievos, Paintings, Medals, And Other Antiquities And Curiosities In Wilton-House. In Which The Ancient Poets and Artists Are made mutually to explain and illustrate each other. To Which Is Prefixed, A Dissertation on the Origin, Progress and Decay Of Sculpture Among the Greeks and Romans. With A Complete Index; By which any partcular Statue, Busto, Painting, &c. and the Places or Rooms where disposed, may be immediately turned to. In the Antiquities of this Collection, are contained the whole of Cardinal Richelieu's, and Cardinal Mazarine's, and the greatest Part of the Earl of Arundell's; besides several particular Pieces purchased at different Times. The Eleventh Edition.   - Salisbury. [1788]   
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Sepulchral Monuments In Great Britain Applied To Illustrate The History Of Families, Manners, Habits, And Arts, At The Different Periods From The Norman Conquest To The Seventeenth Century. With Introductory Observations. Part I. Containg The Four First Centuries. (Part II. Containing The Fifteenth Century.)   - London [1786-1796]   
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