Various patterns of the Renaissance, chromolithograph, published in 1897 - stock illustration

Various patterns of the Renaissance: 1) Ceiling in the Ducal palace, Mantua, Italy; 2, 3, 6, 13) Frescos from the Vatican loggias; 4, 7, 10, 13) From the mass-book Pope Leo X; 5) Ceiling in the San Maurizio, Milan, Italy; 8) Initial M; 9) Ornament of a picture frame; 11) Ceiling in the Palazzo Doria; Genoa, Italy; 12) Venetian enamel; 14) Wood mosaic from Santa Maria in Organo, Verona, Italy (1499); 15) Ornament of an Italian leather bowl (16th century); 16) Initial P (mass-book); 17) Inlay (French, 16th century); 18) Italian book ornament; 19) Initial D (mass-book) with the five bullets of the Medici coat of arms; 20) Four quarters of Italian majolica tiles; 21) French miniature art; 22) from the prayer book of French Queen Anne of Brittany; 23) Stone ornament from Château de Châteaudun, France; 24) French manuscript (rand strip ornament); 25) Pilaster ornament from the Palace of Fontainebleau; 26) Stone ornaemt from the Château de Blois (1530); 27) Glazed stove tiles (German, 17th century); 28) Enameled silver plate (German, 16th century); 29) From a manuscript of Hans Schäufelin (1538); 30) Goblet design in enamel and gold by M. Hauch (Augsburg, Germany, 1571); 31) Glazed oven ornament by Augustin Hirschvogel (Nuremberg, Germany, 16th century); 32) Glazed clay jug (German, 1590); 33) From a German prayer book (1520). Chromolithograph, published in 1897.
Various patterns of the Renaissance: 1) Ceiling in the Ducal palace, Mantua, Italy; 2, 3, 6, 13) Frescos from the Vatican loggias; 4, 7, 10, 13) From the mass-book Pope Leo X; 5) Ceiling in the San Maurizio, Milan, Italy; 8) Initial M; 9) Ornament of a picture frame; 11) Ceiling in the Palazzo Doria; Genoa, Italy; 12) Venetian enamel; 14) Wood mosaic from Santa Maria in Organo, Verona, Italy (1499); 15) Ornament of an Italian leather bowl (16th century); 16) Initial P (mass-book); 17) Inlay (French, 16th century); 18) Italian book ornament; 19) Initial D (mass-book) with the five bullets of the Medici coat of arms; 20) Four quarters of Italian majolica tiles; 21) French miniature art; 22) from the prayer book of French Queen Anne of Brittany; 23) Stone ornament from Château de Châteaudun, France; 24) French manuscript (rand strip ornament); 25) Pilaster ornament from the Palace of Fontainebleau; 26) Stone ornaemt from the Château de Blois (1530); 27) Glazed stove tiles (German, 17th century); 28) Enameled silver plate (German, 16th century); 29) From a manuscript of Hans Schäufelin (1538); 30) Goblet design in enamel and gold by M. Hauch (Augsburg, Germany, 1571); 31) Glazed oven ornament by Augustin Hirschvogel (Nuremberg, Germany, 16th century); 32) Glazed clay jug (German, 1590); 33) From a German prayer book (1520). Chromolithograph, published in 1897.
Various patterns of the Renaissance, chromolithograph, published in 1897
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