Aedes Walpolianae, or, A description of the collection of pictures at Houghton-Hall in Norfolk, the seat of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford.
Author(s)Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797.
Zincke, Christian Frederick, 1685-1767.
Whaley, Nathaniel, 1710-1745. Journey to Houghton.
Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797. Sermon on painting.
Vertue, George, 1684-1756.
Hughs, John, 1703-1771.
Walpole, Robert, Earl of Orford, 1676-1745
Houghton Hall (England)
Art and religion.
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AbstractSignatures: A-S⁴. Last p. blank.
Ports. of Sir Robert and Lady Catherine Walpole, 2 folded elevations and 2 folded plans of Houghton. Ports. and elevations engraved by George Vertue, the ports. after Christian Frederick Zincke.
Includes 'A description of the pictures at Houghton-Hall,' p. -96; 'A sermon on painting' by Horace Walpole, p. 99-114; 'A journey to Houghton,' a poem by Nathaniel Whaley, p. -143.
Previously published 1748 and 1752. See ESTC.
Printed by John Hughs. See ESTC.
Mode of access: Internet.
Binding, c. 2: 19th-century grained bookcloth, half goatskin. Title and date in gilt on spine. The edges roughly trimmed. Ulrich Middeldorf's printed label. Inscription on 3rd front free endpaper in red ink: Sold in the Huntley Collection ... £4-4-0.
Binding, 1: calfskin, rebacked. Edges gilt rolled. Inscription in black ink on 2nd front free endpaper concerning overall cost of Walpole's paintings. Prices of most individual paintings inscribed in red ink in margins of section entitled 'A description of the pictures at Houghton-Hall.' Note in black ink, p. 96, that the paintings were sold to the Empress of Russia in 1779 and were valued by Mesrs. West [lined out] & Cipriani.
DatePrinted in the year MDCCLXVII 
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