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HOARE, Prince (1755--1834)


An inquiry into the requisite cultivation and present state of the arts of design in England. By Prince Hoare.
London: printed for Richard Phillips, by B. McMillan, 1806.
[4], xxiii, [1], 270, [2] p., engr. frontis. ; 20.2 cm. (12º)

With final leaf of publisher's advertisements. Hoare, son of the painter William Hoare RA, was an artist and playwright. He was appointed honorary foreign secretary to the Royal Academy in 1799 and in this capacity edited a number of RA publications (three of which are represented in Soane's library), as well as two series of essays under the title The Artist (q.v.).

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on front free-endpaper John Soane/ 1815/ /3/.

Binding Original blue paper boards backed in pink paper, with label lettered in ink placed upside down on spine.

Reference Number 2470


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