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Isaac Ware
Ware, I.
Ware, Isaac
Ware, Isaac (English architect, ca. 1707-1766)
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Fourdrinier, P. (active 1720-1760.)
Holbourn, Piers (Londen)
Holbourn, Webley (Londen)
Jones, Inigo (1573-1652)
Kent, William (1685-1748)
Lewis, Mr. (Londen)
Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
Placzek, Adolf Kurt
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Ware, Richard (169.-1756))
Complete body of architecture adorned with plans and elevations
Designs of Inigo Jones and others
four books of architecture, The
Plans, elevations and sections, chimney-pieces and cielings ["sic"] of Houghton in Norfolk, built by the Rt honourable Sr Robert Walpole, first lord commissionner of the Treasury, chancellor of the Exchequer and Knt of the most noble Order of the Garter, who was for his great merit created earl of Orford, etc. The whole designed by Thomas Ripley,... delinated ["sic"] by Isaac Ware and William Kent,... and most elegantly engrav'd by the ingenious Mr Fourdrinier. With a description of the house and of the elegant collection of pictures [, by Horace Walpole], The
practica!--practica in original-- di prospettiva, la
practice of perspective, from the original italian of lorenzo sirigatti, with the figures engraved by isaac ware, esq., the
Proposals for publishing by subscription, the genuine works of Andrea Palladio, in English Accurately done from the originals published by himself at Venice, Anno MDLXX. By I. Ware, architect. Conditions. I. The work, consisting of four books, will be printed on the same paper, and in the same character with these proposals. II. The price to subscribers will be one pound ten shillings for the four books in sheets. III. The first book complete will be delivered to the subscribers on or before the twenty-fifth day of May next, on payment of ten shillings. IV. The other three books, which are in good forwardness, will follow with all convenient speed, and be deliver'd together to the subscribers on payment of twenty shillings more. V. No books will ever be disposed of to any but the subscribers for less than two guineas. N.B. This work has been several times attempted by others; but either thro' want of skill, or necessary attention, it has happen'd that none of the editions hitherto published have done this author tolerable justice. To restore and perpetuate palladio's valuable remains among us, is the intention of this undertaking. Subscriptions are taken in by the editor, in Scotland-Yard, Whitehall; M. Clare, master of the academy in Soho-Square; J. Brindley, in New Bond-street; S. Harding, on the Pav'd-Stones in St. Martin's-Lane; S. Fourdrinier, the corner of Craig's-Court, Charing-Cross; and J. Stagg, in Westminster-Hall.
Quattro libri dell'architettura.