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CHAPTER XVII.-PLATES 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82. RENAISSANCE ORNAMENT. PLATE LXXIV. 1, 8, 9. Bas-reliefs from the Church of Sta. Maria dei Mira- coli, Venice. 2. Bas-relief from the Scuola di San Marco, Venice. 3. Bas-relief forming the continuation upwards of Fig. 2. 4, 6. Bas-reliefs from the Church of San Michele in Murano, Venice. 5, 7. Bas-reliefs from the Scala dei Giganti, Venice. PLATE LXXV. 1, 2. From a Collection of Casts taken under the superin- tendence of Professor Varny, from the principal Cinque-cento Monuments of Genoa. 3. From the first Ghiberti Gate of the Baptistery, Florence. 4, 5, 8, 9, 11. From Genoa. 6. From Venice. 7. From the Church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice. 10. From the Hotel Bourgtheroulde, Rouen. PLATE LXXVI. 1. Bas-relief by Andrea Sansovino, from the Church of Sta. Maria del Popolo, Rome. 2. Bas-relief from the Church of Sta. Maria dei Miracoli, Venice. Bas-relief from the H16tel Bourgtheroulde, Rouen. Bas-relief from a Collection of Casts of the best Cinque- cento Ornaments of Genoa, taken under the superin- tendence of Professor Varny. 5, 7, 8, 10. Bas-reliefs from Genoa. 6. Bas-relief from the Martinengo Tomb, Brescia. 9. Bas-relief from the Base of the "Trois Graces" of Germain Pilon in the Louvre. PLATE LXXVII. 1-3. Ornaments enamelled on Copper in the early Li- moges Champlev6 style, from the Hotel Cluny Museum, Paris. 4-8. Ditto, of a later period. 9. Ornaments from the background of a Picture, in the Hotel Cluny. 10,11. Enamels on Gold Ground, from the Louvre. 12. Silver Inlay in Ivory, of the Sixteenth Century, from the H16tel Cluny. 13. From a Casket in the H6tel Cluny. 14. From a Powder-horn in Iron of the Sixteenth Century, in the HOtel Cluny. 16-17. Similar objects in Boxwood, from the same Museum. 18-20. From Sixteenth-century Limoges Enamels, in the same Museum. 21. From ditto, in the Louvre. 22-24. Enamels on Gold Ground, Sixteenth Century, Louvre. 25. Portion of an Ebony Cabinet of the Sixteenth Cen- tury, in the H6tel Cluny. 26. Inlaid Ornament on a Dagger Sheath of the Sixteenth Century, in the Hotel Cluny. 27, 28. From Pottery of the Sixteenth Century, in the Louvre. 29. Limoges Champleve Enamel on Copper, from the H6tel Cluny. 30. Painted Ornaments, Hiotel Cluny. 31. From the Armour of Henri III., in the Louvre. 32. A Metal Plate in the same Museum. 33-3. From Metal Work, in the Louvre. 36. From the Armour of Franmois II., in the Louvre. 37-39. Repouss6 Ornaments in Copper, from the 11otel Cluny. 40,41. Limoges Champlev6 Enamel, from the same Museum. 42-44. From Goldsmiths' Work of the Sixteenth Century, in the Louvre. 45, 46. From a Picture in Limoges Painted Enamel, Six- teenth Century, in the Hotel Cluny. 47. Ornament in Copper, from the above. 48. Ivory Inlay in Ebony, from the above. 49. Painted Ornament, from the above. 50-53. Limoges Champlev6 Enamel, from the above. 54-66. From Accessories to Pictures, from the above. 57-61. Limoges Champlev6 Enamel. 107 3. 4.
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