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Edward Hutton (British writer)
Boccaccio, Giovanni (1313-1375)
Crowe, Joseph Archer (1825-1896)
Kredel, Fritz (1900-1973)
Rimington, Alexander Wallace (1854-1918))
Ross, Janet (1842-1927)
Sforza, Carlo (1872-1952))
Venturi, Adolfo (1856-1941))
Art et le Beau. Études artistiques, illustrées de 340 magnifiques gravures photographiques dont 22 en quatre couleurs
Attila and the Huns
brief history of the Kings Royal Rifle Corps 1755 to 1915, A
Catalogue of the highly interesting collection of pictures, and other works of art, of ... James Dennistoun
Catholicism and English literature
cities of Spain, The
Cities of Umbria, by Edward Hutton... with 20 illustrations in colour by A. Pisa and 12 other illustrations
Cosmati, The : the Roman marble workers of the XIIth and XIIIth centuries.
Country walks about Florence
English poems of Richard Crashaw, The
Florence : a book of photographs
Florence and the cities of northern Tuscany, with Genoa
Franciscans in England, 1224-1538, The
Giovanni Boccaccio, a biographical study
glimpse of Greece, A
Highways and byways in Wiltshire
In unknown Tuscany
Italy and Italians.
Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino : illustrating the arms, arts & literature of Italy, 1440 to 1630
Naples and southern Italy
new history of painting in Italy, A : from the II to the XVI century
pageant of Venice, The
Palgrave's golden treasury
Picturesque Italy : a retrospect : read before a meeting of the Lingard Society on December 5th, 1938"
Pietro Aretino the scourge of princes
Poesie volgari di Lorenzo de' Medici
short history of Italian art, A
Siena and southern Tuscany
Sienese School in the National Gallery, The
Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, lord of Rimini, a study of a XV century Italian despot, by Edward Hutton...
Some aspects of the genius of Giovanni Boccaccio
story of Ravenna
Studies in the lives of the saints, 1902.
Thirteene most pleasaunt and delectable questions, entituled, A Disport of Diverse Noble Personages, written in Italian by M. Iohn Bocace [Giovanni Boccaccio] Florentine and poet Laureat, in his booke named Philocopo ; Englished anno 1566 by H .G. ; To which is prefixed an Introduction by Edward Hutton.
Valley of Arno, a study of its geography, history and works of art
Venice and Venetia