|Author:||Jeanette Hanisee Gabriel|
|Title:||Micromosaics: The Gilbert Collection|
|Format:||docx mobi rtf lit|
|ePUB size:||1280 kb|
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|Category:||Antiques and Collectibles|
|Publisher:||Philip Wilson Publishers (August 2000)|
Jeanette Hanisee Gabriel became Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts in charge of the Gilbert Collection of Mosaics at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1988. After leaving the museum she became curator of the Gilbert Collection in 1994, working privately for Arthur Gilbert, who in 1996 announced he was donating his collection to Britain. Series: Gilbert Collection. The Gilbert Collection: Micromosaics" may look like a sumptuous coffee table book of 310 pages (which it is:), but it is definitely not fluff and mirrors - it is a serious and fascinating work which should included in any library of Decorative Arts.
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Jeanette Hanisee Gabriel has brought together a treasure trove of micromosaics contributed by an international group of private collectors. This scholarly and beautiful art book is illustrated with over two hundred and fifty large, high-resolution color photos of micromosaics, most of them never before published. The range of examples from jewelery to pictures to extravagant tabletops will excite every level of collector
Personal Name: Gabriel, Jeanette Hanisee. Publication, Distribution, et. London. Philip Wilson in association with The Gilbert Collection ; Wappingers' Falls, . Distributed in the USA and Canada by Antique Collectors' Club Limited, (c)2000. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Micromosaics, Jeanette Hanisee Gabriel ; with contributions by Anna Maria Massinelli and essays by Judy Rudoe and Massimo Alfieri.
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All Title Author Text Subject Lists Advanced. Art collections, Catalogs, Gilbert Collection, Italian Mosaics, Miniature mosaics, Mosaics. England, Italy, London, Rome. Arthur Gilbert (1913-). Created April 1, 2008.
Formerly Private Curator to the Gilbert Collection, Jeanette Hanisee Gabriel was appointed "Honorary Curator of the Gilbert Collection" by the Gilbert Collection Trust in June 2001. The exhibition was fitted out under the supervision of the silver expert Timothy Schroder, and it continued until 27 January 2008. The space then became the Embankment Galleries, an exhibition space for contemporary art. Meanwhile, the collection was incorporated into the Victoria and Albert Museum, where a new display in rooms 70–73 opened on 30 June 2009.
Gabriel, Jeanette Hanisee (2015). What Are Micromosaics". Archived from the original on 6 July 2015. Retrieved 5 July 2015. a b Phillips, Clare (1996). Jewelry from Antiquity to the Present. Jeanette Hanisee Gabriel, The Gilbert Collection - Micromosaics, Phillip Wilson, London 2000, ISBN 0-85667-511-3 Micromosaics: Private Collections, 2016, ISBN 978-1-5136-1259-1, Publisher: Brian McCarthy; Edmund C. Ryder, Micromosaic Icons of the Late Byzantine Period, New York University Dissertation, 2007. Roman Micromosaic site. php?title Micromosaic&oldid 832824301".
Part of the Gilbert Collection of decorative arts, the bonbonnière is a gift to LACMA from Lady Marjorie Gilbert, wife of Sir Arthur Gilbert, in honor of Arthur’s birthday, May 16. This is one of two micromosaics from the Gilbert Collection believed to have been selected by sculptor Antonio Canova for presentation to Napoleon from Pope Pius VII during his attendance at Napoleon’s coronation in 1804. While visiting London in 1971, Sir Arthur saw the bonbonnière at Garrards & C. the Crown Jewelers. Thinking it was a miniature enamel portrait, Gilbert was astonished to discover that it was.