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Title The Byzantine and Romanesque Court in the Crystal Palace
Author(s) Wyatt, M. Digby, Waring, J. B
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1854
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Crystal Palace Library and Bradbury & Evans
Library National Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum
Reference EX.1851.477
Region Europe
Names M. Digby Wyat, J. B. Waring, Lord Lindsey (image 22)
Places England, City of London, France (images 14, 21), Germany (image 16), Italy (image 21)
Topics exhibitions, The Great Exhibition, The Crystal Palace, Guides and handbooks (image 2), Plan of Crystal Palace (images 3, 4), contents (image 6), Byzantine and Romanesque Court, general remarks (image 8), The History (image 10), The Byzantine Art (image 11), Byzantine Art, Church of Dighour Armenia (image 12), art, architecture, Italian architects, the Normans (image 13), Germany, France, Celtic School (image 14), Sectional Styles (image 15), The Lombard style (image 16), Northern Greece, German model (image 17), Northern France (image 18), Coloured decorations, polychromatic decoration (image 19), Mosaics (image 20), Italy, France, England (image 21), Greece, Italy (image 22), Painting (image 25), Churche of San Francesco (image 26), Effigies (image 28), Exterior of the Byzantine court (image 28), Exterior towards the Nave (image 29), Façade of the Byzantine court (image 31), The Cloisters (image 35), Interior of the Court (image 36), Anglo-Saxon manuscripts (image 38), Interior of the court, Norman style (image 44), Salisbury Cathedral, Edward the Confessor (image 47), The Gallery (image 53), Irish Architects (image 54), Gallery, Irish Crosses (image 56), Irish School of Art (image 57), Gallery Ceiling (image 58), Gallery, Winchester Font (image 59), Court of Monuments of Christian Art (image 60), The London General Mourning, advertiser (image 63), adverts, advertisements (images 64, 65)
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