tapestry hangings of the House of Lords

representing the several engagements between the Englishand Spanish fleets, in the ... year MDLXXXVIII ... to which are added ... charts ... shewing the places of action. by John Pine in (London

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ContributionsMorant, Philip, 1700-1770.
The Physical Object
Pagination(17) plates ;
Number of Pages17
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from The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords Representing the several Engagements between the English and Spanish Fleets, in the ever memorable Year John Pine, London: J Hand-colored etchings and engravings x inches, image 15 x 24 inches, outer plate mark 18 x inches, overall. The CD version of the DNB states: " In Pine published another work of great interest, entitled ‘The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords, representing the several engagements between the English and Spanish Fleets in the ever-memorable Year mdlxxxviii,’ with portraits, charts of the coasts of England, medals, &c.   John Pine’s striking depictions of the Spanish Armada tapestries. PINE, John The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords: Representing the several Engagements between the English and Spanish. Another favourite, featured right at the start of this article, is one of 24 plates from ‘The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords’. This large book contains prints of the Armada tapestries, taken from a series of engravings by John Pine. They were commissioned in by the Lord High Admiral Howard Effingham who had commanded the.

The tapestry of the old House of Lords is used to decorate the present, and is set off with large frames of brown stained wood. The old canopy of state is placed at the upper end of the room, with the addition of the arms of the United Kingdom, painted upon silk. Publication: ‘The Tapestry Hangings in the House of Lords’. Date: J Description: Spanish Armada engaged by the British in Plymouth Sound with Sir Francis Drake in HMS Revenge. From The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords Representing the Engagements between the English and Spanish Fleets, in the year Behind every piece is a story; the design inspiration for the collections are motivated by Ireland’s rich tapestry of history, culture, art and folklore. Each product is hallmarked in the Assay Office located in Dublin Castle and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Tapestries > Maps, nautical. Maps tapestries. A selection of maps tapestries and nautical tapestry wall-hangings all woven in Europe.. Neither maps nor nautical scenes traditionally feature as tapestry wall-hangings, for historical and geographic reasons.

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The Spanish Armada, The tapestry hangings of the House of lords, representing the several engagements between the English and Spanish fleets [John Author: John Pine.

Book reproducing the tapestries depicting the defeat of the Armada, once hanging in the House of Lords, designed by Vroom and woven in Spierincx's workshop; a decorative titlepage followed by a dedication, list of subscribers, an account of the Spanish invasion, and an explanation of the plates; ten tapestry plates, each with an ornamental border including portrait medallions; charts of sea.

Title: The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords Representing the Several Engagements Between the English and Spanish Fleets Engraver: Engraved and published by John Pine (British, London – London).

The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords: representing the several engagements between the English and Spanish Fleets in the ever memorable year MDLXXXIII,John Pine, after Augustine Ryther, after Robert Adams, after Hubert François Gravelot, after Clement Lemprière, after François Spiering, after Hendrik Cornelisz.

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To which are added, from a book entitled, Expeditionis Hispanorum in Angliam vera descriptio, A.D. done. The Tapestry Hangings Of The House Of Lords: Representing the several Engagements Between the English and Spanish Fleets, In the ever memorable Year MDLXXXVIII, With the Portraits of the Lord High-Admiral, and the other Noble Commanders, taken from the Life.

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Engraved title, printed dedication, 2pp. of subscribers, 24pp. of text, 5 double-page engraved charts, double-page map, and 10 double-page engraved views.

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Get this from a library. The tapestry hangings of the House of Lords: representing the several engagments between the English and Spanish fleets in the year MDLXXXVIII To which are added, from a book entitled, Expeditionis Hispanorum in Angliam vera descriptio, A.D.

ten charts of the sea coasts of England Also an historical account of each day's action. The Spanish Armada, the tapestry hangings of the House of lords, representing the several engagements between the English and Spanish fleets by Pine, John, The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords: Representing the Several Engagements between the English and Spanish Fleets, in the Ever Memorable Year MDLXXXVIII, 2 vol.

including Atlas, second edition, text volume containing engraved title within decorative border, dedication to the King, 2-page list of subscribers and 24 pages of text by Philip Morant, Atlas volume containing 2 engraved maps. John Pine's striking depictions of the Spanish Armada tapestries Title The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords: Representing the several Engagements between the English and Spanish Fleets in the ever Memorable Year MDLXXXVIII with the portraits of the Lord High-Admiral, and the other noble commanders, taken from the life.

The book contains ten sea battle views drawn by Clement Lemprière after tapestries hanging in the House of Lords; and ten charts of the progress of the skirmishes drawn by Hubert-François Gravelot after Robert Adams, all engraved by John Pine.

The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords Representing the Several Engagements Between the English and Spanish Fleets. Note: Illustrated by the author. Language: English: LoC Class: G: Geography, Anthropology, Recreation: LoC Class: NK: Fine Arts: Decorative and Applied Arts, Decoration and Ornament: Subject: Armada, Subject: Tapestry.

The Armada Tapestries: A Project to Recreate the Armada Series for the Prince's Chamber in the House of Lords. London: Palace of Westminster, / Rogers, Phillis. The Armada Tapestries in the House of Lords. RSA Journal, Vol. No. (September ), pp. JSTOR. Accessed 17 May Sloman, Susan.

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For Sale on 1stdibs - The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords: Defeat of Spanish Armada by English, Engraving, Etching by John PIne. Offered by Shapero Modern.

Wall tapestries from The Tapestry House. We have an extensive range of European tapestry wall hangings organized into the categories shown below. To view them, either click on the images below or click on one of the more specific sections on the left.

After saving England from invasion by the Spanish Armada inLord Howard of Effingham lavished a fortune on tapestries celebrating the victory.

For two centuries they adorned the House of Lords before perishing in Despite Prince Albert’s plans to recreate them as paintings, it was before the scheme was realised.

In the Armada tapestries were hung in the 'late Lords' House' which was used for meetings of the Com-mittee of Parliament. There they remained until that fatal night of the fire at the Palace of Westminster.

The earliest surviving illustration of the tapestries in the House of Lords. A beautiful plate from a highly decorative series of great historical value.

This fine image is from Pine's The Tapestry Hangings of the House of lords Representing the several Engagements between the English and Spanish Fleets, in the ever memorable Year Shortly after the defeat of the Armada, Lord Howard of Effingham commissioned a series of charts of the various phases of the action.

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Hanging in the House of Lords - The tapestries were first hung in the House of Lords at the Palace of Westminster in Initially they were shown only during important events, but by were probably displayed permanently.

Vast in size and dominating the Lords’ Chamber, the tapestries feature in the background of pictures. Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. The Spanish Armada, The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords Representing the Several Engagements Between the English and Spanish Fleets.

avg rating — 0 ratings/5(14). The "Armada 22 July: the burning and capture of Miguel de Oquendo's ship San Salvador" (Plate V, The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords)", published by Pine in Frontispiece, Daniel Defoe ’s Robinson Crusoe, (collaboration with John Clark).

John Pine's series of engravings, published in included the only record of a set of tapestries that once hung in the House of Lords depicting the Defeat of the Armada and which were lost in and a calamatious fire. We are offering four of five plates recording this momentous event tracing the action along England's south coast.

The tapestry hangings of the House of Lords: representing the several engagements between the English and Spanish fleets, in the ever memorable year MDLXXXVIII, with the portraits of the Lord High-Admiral, and the other noble commanders, taken from the life.A number of these early English tapestries, in a good state of preservation, were saved from the vandalism of the first Reformers, but the art of, making tapestry declined before their mistaken zeal, so much so that, when tapestries were wanted to decorate the walls of the House of Lords, representing the defeat of the Spanish Armada, the order.

The tapestry in the House of Lords was manufactured by Robert Baille, of Dublin, at the rate of three pounds per ell, inclusive of the expense of the designs.

When set up in the House of Lords in Septemberthis tapestry was considered equal to that made at Brussels to commemorate Marlborough’s victories.