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The unrivalled collection of post-medieval British Sculpture in the Victoria and Albert Museum is here catalogued and illustrated in its entirety for the . Published by Victoria & Albert Museum (first published November 1st 2002).

The unrivalled collection of post-medieval British Sculpture in the Victoria and Albert Museum is here catalogued and illustrated in its entirety for the first time. British Sculpture 1470 - 2000: A Concise Catalogue of the Collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum. 1851773959 (ISBN13: 9781851773954). The collection encompasses marble portrait busts and figures, sculpture in wood, terracotta, bronze, lead and plaster, as well as a number of outstanding sculptors' models.

London: British Museum Publications, 1983.

A catalogue of the collection in the Victoria and Albert Museum; London: V & A Publications 2002; 176 . 8 Farb-, zahlr. A concise catalogue of the collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum; London: V & A Publications 2002; 522 . 775 SW-Abbildungen; ISBN 1-85177-395-9. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. London: British Museum Publications, 1983.

British Sculpture, 1470 to 2000 : A Concise Catalogue of the Collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The unrivalled collection of post-medieval British sculpture at the Victoria and Albert Museum is here catalogued and illustrated for the first time. by Diane Bilbey and Marjorie Trusted.

British Sculpture 1470 to 2000. A Concise Catalogue of the Collection at the Victoria & Albert Museum, with Marjorie Trusted, London: V&A Publications, 2002

British Sculpture 1470 to 2000. A Concise Catalogue of the Collection at the Victoria & Albert Museum, with Marjorie Trusted, London: V&A Publications, 2002. Plaster models, plaster casts, electrotypes and fictile ivories’ with Ruth Cribb, in Marjorie Trusted e. The Making of Sculpture. The materials and techniques of European sculpture, Marjorie Trusted, e. London: V&A Publications, 2007. Chapters relating to plaster casts in A Grand Design. The Art of the Victoria & Albert Museum, Malcolm Baker and Brenda Richardson, ed. New York/Baltimore: Harry N. Abrams, 1997.

a concise catalogue of the collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Published 2002 by V&A in London.

Are you sure you want to remove British sculpture 1470 to 2000 from your list? British sculpture 1470 to 2000. a concise catalogue of the collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Diane Bilbey; Marjorie Trusted (2002). British sculpture 1470 to 2000: a concise catalogue of the collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum. p. 196. ISBN 978-1-85177-395-4. 22. Retrieved 2 April 2016 – via The Times Digital Archive.

Built in 1857, the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) was first known as the Museum of Manufactures and later the .

Built in 1857, the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) was first known as the Museum of Manufactures and later the South Kensington Museum before it was officially christened as the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1899. The queen herself was in attendance and laid the final foundation stone for the museum’s new buildings, designed by Aston Webb – it would be the Queen Victoria’s last public appearance before her death in 1901. People from all over London and the world flocked to see the ingenuity of British engineering and the splendour of imperial power, all housed under a transparent glass building in Hyde Park.

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The unrivalled collection of post-medieval British Sculpture in the Victoria and Albert Museum is here catalogued and illustrated in its entirety for the first time. The collection encompasses marble portrait busts and figures, sculpture in wood, terracotta, bronze, lead and plaster, as well as a number of outstanding sculptors' models. Its greatest strengths lie in works from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, and virtually every major sculptor active in Britain during this period is represented - among them Nicholas Stone, John Michael Rysbrack, Louis Francois Roubiliac, Joseph Wilton, John Flaxman and Alfred Stevens. A total of 770 pieces by 189 sculptors are included, more than a third of which have never been published before. The catalogue, wide-ranging and scholarly, will serve both as an invaluable work of reference, and a history of the great tradition of sculpture in Britain over 400 years.