Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the Principal Artists - Vol. 3

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CONTENTS TO VOL III.
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CHAP. XX.—PAINTERS IN THE REIGN OF GEORGE II 1
XXI.—PAINTERS IN ENAMEL AND MINIATURE, STATUARIES, AND MEDALLISTS, IN THE REIGN OF GEORGE II 27
XXII.—ARCHITECTS IN THE REIGN OF GEORGE II 47
XXIII.—ON MODERN GARDENING 63
SUPPLEMENTARY ANECDOTES OF GARDENING IN ENGLAND, BY MR. DALLAWAY 93
CATALOGUE OF ENGRAVERS 119
ENGRAVERS BEFORE THE REIGN OF JAMES I 119
IN THE REIGN OF JAMES I 145
IN THE REIGN OF CHARLES I 155
IN THE REIGN OF CHARLES II 178
IN THE REIGN OF JAMES II 235
IN THE REIGN OF WILLIAM III 240
IN THE REIGN OF QUEEN ANNE 244
IN THE REIGN OF GEORGE I. AND II 255
LIFE OF MR. GEORGE VERTUE 268
LIST OF VERTUE'S WOILKS 280
APPENDIX 289
ALPHABHTICAL LIST OF ENGRAVED POATRAITS 321
GENERAL INDEX TO THE WHOLE WORK 331

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