Richardson, Carol M.
(2001). 'Glorious hopes and designs': the Pugins in Rome.
In: Richardson, Carol and Smith, Graham eds.
Britannia Italia Germania: taste and travel in the Nineteenth Century.
Occasional papers (1).
Edinburgh: VARIE, pp. 125–142.
About the book: This book covers the following topics, “Rambles in Rome”: some 19th-century travellers & photographers Andrew; Intimacy & immediacy: James Hall’s journals in Italy and Germany 1821-22; Lady Callcott’s honeymoon, 1827-8: Art-historical reflections in Germany and Italy; European paintings acquired by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert & their travels; Italia, Germania & the revival of British decorative art; The Königliche Glasmalereianstalt & the reglazing of Glasgow Cathedral; Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino; “Glorious hopes and designs”: the Pugins in Rome; Lord Lindsay: the making of a collector; Mornings in Florence: Mr Ruskin’s “amusing little books”; Vernon Lee: England, Italy & identity politics.
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