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Arthur MacGregor
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Pp. 432, 138 b/w ills. 71 col. pls. London and Oxford: Alistair McAlpine in association with Oxford University Press, 1989. The Antiquaries Journal. Article in The Antiquaries Journal 69(02):378-379 · September 2011 with 28 Reads. Cite this publication.

Arthur MacGregor, Alistair MacAlpine. In the history of the British monarchy, Charles I (1600-1649) occupies without challenge the position of Prince of Patrons. His innovative art collections, drawn from continental Europe or produced at his command by court artists in England, have remained unparalleled. He founded the tapestry works at Mortlake, he patronized musicians, silversmiths, cabinet-makers, tailors, armourers and instrument-makers; he also presided over a court in which were preserved the residues of earlier enterprise by his father, James I, and by their Tudor forebears.

The Late King's Goods: Collections, Possessions, and Patronage of Charles I in the Light of the Commonwealth Sale Inventories Mar 08, 1990. 99 (5 Used & New offers). Curiosity and Enlightenment: Collectors and Collections from the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Century by MacGregor Arthur (2008-03-19) Hardcover.

Collections, Possessions and Patronage of Charles I in the Light of the Commonwealth Sale Inventories, e. Lightbown, Ronald . ‘Charles I and the Tradition of European Princely Collecting’, in The Late King’s Goods.

Collections, Possessions and Patronage of Charles I in the Light of the Commonwealth Sale Inventories, ed. A. MacGregor, London-Oxford 1989. Holst, N. von, Creators, Collectors and Connoisseurs: The Anatomy of Artistic Taste from Antiquity to the Present Day, London 1967 Lightbown, Ronald . Collections, Possessions and Patronage of Charles I in the Light of the Commonwealth Sale Inventories, ed. MacGregor, London-Oxford 1989, pp. 53-72. Muensterberger, Werner, Collecting: An Unruly Passion, Princeton, NJ, 1994.

In The Late King's Goods: Collections, Possessions and Patronage of Charles I in the Light of the Commonwealth .

In The Late King's Goods: Collections, Possessions and Patronage of Charles I in the Light of the Commonwealth Sale Inventories. Arthur MacGregor, ed. (London and Oxford: Alistair McAlpine, with Oxford University Press,1989), pp. 216, 230n61, pl. 33. Jaffé, David, et al. "The Earl and Countess of Arundel: Renaissance Collectors. Apollo 144, no. 413 (August 1996), pp. 26-28, pl. XI. MacGregor, Arthur. King Charles I: A Renaissance Collector?" In The Seventeenth Century 11, no. 2 (Autumn 1996), p. 143, pl. 1.

King Edward the Confessor wearing a crown in the first scene of the . The Late King's Goods: Collections, Possessions and Patronage of Charles . .

King Edward the Confessor wearing a crown in the first scene of the Bayeux Tapestry. Edward the Confessor wore his crown at Easter, Whitsun, and Christmas. In 1161, he was made a saint, and objects connected with his reign became holy relics. His theory became accepted wisdom, and many books, including official guidebooks for the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London, repeated his claim as if it were fact.

The Late King’s Goods: Collections, Possessions and Patronage of Charles I in the Light of the Commonwealth Sale Inventories (London: Oxford University Press, 1989), 210. And for a list of the many. And for a list of the many representations of Callisto in Europe from the early sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries,Google Scholar. see A. Pliger, Barockthemen, 3 vols. Budapest: Kiado, 1974), vol. 2: 145–47.

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The Late King's Goods: Collections, Possessions and Patronage of Charles I in the Light of the Commonwealth Sale Inventories, London, A. McAlpine in association with Oxford University Press. State Beds and Throne Canopies: Care and Conservation. Describes the court manutas of earlier eighteenth century in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum and considers their background and use. Gordenker, E. E. S. 2001. Van Dyck and the Representation of Dress in Seventeenth-Century Portraiture.

This book reconstructs in unprecedented detail the physical character of the court of Charles I (1600-1649). Drawing on inventories compiled in the months following Charles's execution, authorities in their fields assess the character and importance of Charles's possessions, including his incomparable paintings, the royal regalia, furnishings, gems and plates from the Jewel House, and pots and pans from the court kitchens.