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Packer, Lona Mosk. Christina Rossetti. Berkeley: U California P, 1963. PRB-798

---, ed. The Rossetti-Macmillan Letters: Some 133 Unpublished Letters Written to Alexander Macmillan, F. S. Ellis, and Others by Dante Gabriel, Christine, and William Michael Rossetti, 1861-1889. Berkeley: U California P, 1963. PRB-614

Pageant. The Pageant. 2 v. London: Henry and Co., 1896-1897. Limited large paper edition of 150 copies. ASU has no. 52 of 1896 and no. 22 of 1897. Edited by C. H. Shannon and J. W. G. White. PRBF-1

Paintings and Drawings from the Leathart Collections: 7th October-18th November 1968, Laing Art Gallery, New Castle Upon Tyne. Catalogue prepared by Nerys Johnson. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: The Gallery, 1968, PRBP-43

Palgrave, Francis Turner, 1824-1897. Essays on Art. London: Macmillan, 1866. "Most of the essays have appeared in the Saturday Review, and elsewhere. ontents: The Royal Academy of 1863; The Royal Academy of 1864; The Royal Academy of 1865; Mulready; Dyce and William Hunt; Hippolyte Flandrin; Herbert's "Delivery of the law;" Recent works by Holman Hunt; Exhibition of F. Madox Brown; George Cruikshank; Japanese Art; Sensational art; Poetry and prose in art; Lost treasures; Behnes the sculptor; Thorvaldsens' life and works; The Farnese marbles; On the position of sculpture in England; Sculpture and painting; Triqueti's "Marmor homericum;" The Albert cross and English monumental sculpture; Thackeray in the Abbey; New Paris. PRB-939

Parry, Linda. William Morris Textiles. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1983. PRB-270

Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton. The Angel in the House. 2nd ed. London: Parker, 1858. Inscribed on title page: C. W. Furse from Mrs. Williams, February 24, 1859. Has bound in the author's Faithful For Ever, 1869. Bound in green half-calf with marbled boards; gold ruling and blind tooling on spine. Front cover broken at hinge. Contents: Book I--The betrothal; Book II--The espousals. PRB-226

---. The Angel in the House. The Betrothal. 1st ed. London: Parker, 1854. PRB-225

---. Faithful For Ever. London: Parker, 1860. Bound with the author's The Angel in the House, 1858. Signature on title page dated 1860. PRB-226

---. Florilegium Amantis. Richard Garnet, ed. London: Bell, 1882?. Inscribed by the author to H. B. Hudson, March 15, 1882. PRB-227

---. Odes 1868. John Merrell, ed. N.P.: Tamerton P, 1960? "This edition is limited to 150 numbered copies. This is no. 17." Bound in original blue printed wrappers. The editor of this work feels that Patmore has been undeservedly neglected. "His magnificent long poem celebrating married love, ‘The Angel in the House', and its sequel, ‘The Victories of Love', were both Victorian best-sellers; today they they are not even in print." Merrell goes on to say that "undoubtedly the rarest is the little volume of nine odes which first appeared anonymously in April, 1868, in a privately printed edition of 250 copies." These odes were Patmore's first experimentation with "complex rhythms and lines of irregular lines." PRB-92

---. Poems. 1st ed. London: Moxon, 1844. Author's presentation copy, inscribed: "Miss Matthews with the best regards of the author." Original paper boards; enclosed in blue folding box. PRB-282

---. Religio Poetae, Etc. London: Bell, 1893. "Some of these Essays have appeared in the Fortnightly Review or elsewhere." Bookplate of William Edward Curry. Bound in original green cloth with printed paper label on spine. PRB-281

---. The Unknown Eros and Other Odes. Odes I-XXXI. 1st ed. London: Bell, 1877. Bookplate of Edith Agnes Salter. PRB-228

---. The Victories of Love. 1st ed. London: Macmillan, 1863.

Paton, Joseph Noel. Compositions from Shakespeare's Tempest: Fifteen Engravings in Outline. London: Nimmo, 1877. Added t.p. and dedicaiton dated 1845. Each plate accompanied by leaf with extract from, or reference to the scene described. On verso of front cover: "L'art pour l'art est un vain mot. L'art pour le vrai, l'art pour le beau et le bon, voila la religion que je cherche. Georges Sand. Noel Paton Octobre, 1901." PRBF-46

---. Poems by a Painter. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1861. Original cloth binding stamped in gold. PRB-222

---. Spindrift. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1867. Title vignette. Inscription on added t.p.: "Wm. Wallace, with kindest remembrances, from J. Noel Paton. Jan. 7, 1867." PRB-546

Payne, John. The Autobiography of John Payne of Villon Society Fame, Poet and Scholar. With preface and annotations by Thomas Wright. With ten drawings by Cecil W. Paul Jones and seven photographs. Olney near Dedford: Wright, 1926. "Strictly limited to two hundred ordinary copies and twenty-five large paper copies. PRB-233

---, tr. Flowers of France: The Classic Period, Malherbe to Millevoye, Representative Poems of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. London: Printed for the Villon society by private subscription and for private circulation only, 1914. Copy no. 16. John Payne has translated poems from the following French poets: François de Malherbe, Marc de Papillon, O. de Gombaud, Mathurin Regnier, François Maynard, Marquis de Racan, Jean Desmarets, Glaude de Malleville, Vincent Voiture, Pierre Corneille, Isaac de Benserade, Jean de la Fontaine, J. B. P. de Molière, Antoinette Deshoulières, Guillaume de Chaulieu, Jean Racine, Antoine de Sènecè, Marquis de la Fare, J. B. Rousseau, A. Houdard de la Motte, Alexis Piron, F. A. de Voltaire, J. B. L. Gresset, Lefranc de Pompignan, Gentil-Bernard, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Cardinal de Bernis, Charles de Saint Lambert, Antoine Lemierre, C. P. Colardeau, J. F. Ducis, Antoine Thomas, Pierre Lebrun, J. F. de la Harpe, Nicolas Léonard, Nicolas Gilbert, Vicomte de Parny, J. P. de Florian, J. A. de Ségur, André Chénier, Marie Joseph Chénier, and C. H. Millevoye. RB-125

---, tr. Flowers of France: The Latter Days; Ackermann to Warnery, Representative Poems of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. 2 vols. London: Printed for the Villon society by private subscription and for private circulation only, 1913. Copy no. 16.John Payne has translated poems from French poets Louise Ackermann, Jean Ajalbert, Auguste Angellier, Émile van Arenbergh, Robert Arnaud, Victor D'Auriac, Jules Barbey D'Aurevilly, Henri Barbusse, Fréderic Bataille, Henri Bataille, Baronne de Baye, Henri Beauclair, Henri Bernès, Edmond Blanguernon, Émile Blémont, Robert de Bonnières, Adolphe Boschot, Pierre de Bouchaud, Maurice Bouchor, St. Georges de Bouhellier, Louis Bouilhet, Baurice Boukay, Georges Boutelleau, Jules Breton, Robert Campion, Charles Adolphe Cantacuzène, Jules Carrara, Henri Cazalis, Henri Chantavoine, Léon Cladel, François Coppée,Jules Gougnard, Marie Dauguet, Emmanuel Delbousquet, Léon Dierx, Auguste Dupouy, Léon Durocher, François Fabié, André Fontainas, Paul Fort, Anatole France, Charles Fuster, Auguste Gaud, Pierre Gauthiez, Rosemonde Gérard, Paul Gérardy, J. Germain-Lacour, André Gide, Iwan Gilkin, Valère Gille, Philippe Godet, Émile Goudeau, Charles Grandmougin, Fernand Gregh, Charles Guérin, André de Guerne, Paul Haag, Edmond Haraucourt, José-Maria de Heredia, André Ferdinand Hérold, Robert D'Humières, Francis Jammes, Jules Jouy, Auguste Lacaussade, George Lafenestre, Émile Lante, Hugues Laprade, Anatole le Braz, Sébastien Charles Leconte, André Lefère, Charles le Goffic, Jules Lemaitre, and André Lemoyne. PRB-127

---, tr. Flowers of France: The Renaissance Period, from Ronsard to Saint-Amant, Representative Poems of the Sixteenth Century. London: Printed for the Villon society by private subscription, 1907. Copy no. 34. John Payne has translated poems by Étienne Dolet, Pontus de Tyard, Pierre de Ronsard, Joachim du Bellay, Jacques Tahureau, Rémi Belleau, Olivier de Magny, Amadis Jamyn, J. A. De Baïf, Étienne Jodelle, Jean Passerat, Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Jean de la Taille, Philippe Desportes, Gilles Durant, Marie de Romieu, Jean Bertaut, Guy de Tours, Théophile de Viau, and Aaint-Amant, keeping their original forms. There are limited editorial notes. PRB-124

---, tr. Flowers of France: The Romantic Period; Hugo to Leconte de Lisle: Representative Poems of the Nineteenth Century. 2 vols. London: Printed for the Villon society by private subscription, 1906. Copy no. 34. John Payne has translated poems by the following French poets: Victor Hugo, Théophile Gautier, Alfred de Musset, Auguste Barbier, Alphonse de Lamartine, Jean Polonius, C. A. Sainte-Beuve, Gérard de Nerval, Théophile Dondey, Petrus Borel, Alfred de Vigny, Alexandre Dumas, Jules Lefèvre-Deumier, Jules de Saint-Felix, Antoine de Latour, Émile Deschamps, Jules de Rességuier, Ernest Fouinet, Charles Dovalle, Charles Nodier, Ulric Guttinguer, Louis Bertrand, Auguste Brizeux, Marceline Desbordes-Valmore, Ferdinand de Gramont, Élisa Mercœur, Aimé de Loy, Regnier-Destourbet, A. Fontaney, Paul Juillerat, Étienne Eggis, Georges Farcy, Imbert Galloix, Pierre Lebrun, Antony Deschamps, Théodore Carlier, Félix Arvers, Charles Baudelaire, Théodore de Banville, and Leconte de Lisle. PRB-126

---. Hamid the Luckless, and Other Tales in Verse. London: Nutt, 1904. PRB-846

---. Intaglios, Sonnets. London: Pickering, 1871. PRB-840

---. The Masque of Shadows and Other Poems. London: Pickering, 1870. Bound in black cloth boards; stamped in red and gold. PRB-691

---. New Poems. London: Newman, 1880. PRB-847

---. Poetical Works. 2 vols. London: Villon Society, 1902. "Printed by private subscription and for private circulation only. [No.3]" Contents: v.1 Narrative poems; v.2 London city poems, sonnets, lyrics, and translations. PRB-230

---. Selections from the Poetry of John Payne. Chosen by Tracy and Lucy Robinson. Introduction by Lucy Robinson. New York: Lane, 1906. PRB-851

---. Sir Winfrith and Other Poems. 2nd ed. Olney, Bucks.: John Payne Society, 1922. PRB-849

---. Songs of Consolation: New Poems. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, 1904. PRB-848

---. Vigil and Vision: New Sonnets. 1st ed. London: Villon Society, 1903. "Printed by E. J. Brill, Leyden (Holland)". Limited ed. "No. 16." List of author's works: 1 p. at end. PRB-231

---. The Way of the Winepress. Introduction by Thomas Wright. Second issue. Olney, Bucks, England: John Payne Society, 1921. "The present edition. . .of which I can find only fifty perfect ordinary copies. . .was, with the exception of the title-page and list of contents, ready for the binder at the time of Payne's death." From intro. This copy is from a second fifty later found. PRB-232

Perceval of Galles. Syr Perecyvelle of Gales. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1895. Overseen by F. S. Ellis, after the edition printed by J. O. Halliwell from the ms. in the library of Lincoln catherdral. Bound in blue paper boards with linen spine. PRB-496

Peterson, William S. A Bibliography of the Kelmscott Press. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1984. PRB-555

---. The Kelmscott Press: A History of William Morris's Typographical Adventure. Berkeley: U California P, 1991. PRB-724

Peyrol, Rene. Rosa Bonheur, Her Life and Work. London: Art Journal, 1889. Sixth of 8 issues of Art annual, bound together; original cover removed before binding. PRBF-69 no. 6

Phythian, John Ernest. Fifty Years of Modern Painting, Corot to Sargent. 8 illustrations in colour and 32 in half-tone. London: Richards, 1908. Inscription on fly leaf: "With best wishes from Puck."The author states that the purpose of this book "is not to pass judgement on the various developments and tendencies, the orthodoxies and the heresies, of art during the last fifty years; nor to hold a brief for any particular school." The author devotes his second and fourth chapters to the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. PRB-65

Pissarro, Lucien. Rossetti. illustrated with 8 reproductions in colour. London: Jack; New York: Stokes, 1908. This work is part of the Masterpieces in Colour series edited by T. Leman Hare. Many of the pages in this particular copy are still uncut. The eight color reproductions are of The Daydream, Ecce Ancilla Domini, Dante Drawing the Angel, Beata Beatrix, The Bower Meadow, The Borgia Family, Dante's Dream, and Astarte Syriaca. PRB-90

Polidori, Gaetano, 1764-1853. Saggio di Novelle e Favole. M. LeCoeur, engraver. Londra: Polidori, 1798. "Italian & French books which mayb be had of G. Polidori,": p. 1-4 at end. Contents: Pt. 1: Cecco e Lucia. Uguccio. I Vendicativi puniti. Le matrone ambiziose; Pt. 2: Saggio di favole in verso. Inscription on verso of 1st flyleaf: "The coloring of the engravings must I think have been done by Gabriel [i.e. Dante Gabriel Rossetti] at a very early date. W.M.R. [i.e.William Michael Rossetti] 1905." Inscriptions on recto of 2nd flyleaf: "Eliza Harriet Polidori, 1819." "W.M. Rossetti from Christina's [i.e. Christina Rossetti] books. 1894" in W.M.R.'s hand. PRB-886

Poole, Reginald Stuart, W. B. Richmond, E. J. Poynter, J. T. Micklethwaite, and William Morris. Lectures on Art, Delivered in Support of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. London: Macmillan, 1892. Ownership signature of Charlotte Bannerman, dated Oct. 1902 on flyleaf. Contents: Poole: The Egyptian tomb and the future state; Richmond: Monumental painting; Poynter: Some remarks on ancient decorative art; Micklewaite: English parish churches; Morris: The history of pattern designing; Morris: The lesser arts of life. These lectures were given to raise money to support the on-going work of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings "in the struggle to preserve what yet remains to us of our monuments of Art and History." While the subject matter of the lectures is varied, "it is hoped that these Lectures may arouse a keener sense of the unity and solidarity of all forms of Human Art, and of the great debt we owe to those bygone generations of workers," so that the fight may continue against "the modern vanity which would obliterate all traces of the bygone days when Art was living, with the dull nineteenth century stamp of feeble copyism or wilful falsification." PRB-46

Praeraphaelite Diaries and Letters. William Michael Rossetti, ed. Westmead, Farnborough, Hants., England: Gregg International P, 1971. Contents: I. Some early correspondence of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1835-54; II. Madox Brown's diary, etc., 1844-56; III: The PRB journal kept by W. M. Rossetti, 1849-53. The editor includes some very early correspondence from Dante Rossetti, beginning at age seven, but his main emphasis is on the writing of Madox Brown. The object of this work, according to the editor's introduction, is "not to give any continuous narrative or dissertation of my own, but to set forth original documents, with such introductory or annotating matter as may make them plain." PRB-69

Pre-Raphaelite Art in its European Context. Susan P. Casteras and Alicia Craig Faxon, eds. NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1995. PRB-931

The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Essay by J. Ernest Phythian. London: G. Newnes, 1905. PRB-911

The Pre-Raphaelite Fringe: Nineteenth Century Drawings and Paintings, November, 1973: Norham House Gallery, Cockermouth, Cumberland. Cockermouth: The Gallery, 1973. Price list laid in. PRBP-37

Pre-Raphaelite Sculpture. Benedict Read and Joanna Barnes, eds. London: Henry Moore Foundation, 1991. PRB-704

The Pre-Raphaelites. London: Tate Gallery; Penguin Books, 1984. "Published by order of the Trustees 1984 for the exhibition of 7 March - 28 May 1984." PRB-541

The Pre-Raphaelites. William P. Packer, tr. Milan: Fabbri; New York: McCall, 1970. Translation of Mensile d'Arte. PRB-648

The Pre-Raphaelites as Painters and Draughtsmen: A Loan Exhibition from Two Private Collections: The Fermoy Art Gallery, King's Lynn, July 24-August 8. Arranged by Geoffrey Agnew. "Catalogue by Clovis Whitfield, Gabriel Naughton." London: Thos. Agnew & Sons, 198?. PRBP-41

The Pre-Raphaelites: Whitechapel Art Gallery, 16 May to 14 June 1972. Essay by John Gere. London: The Gallery, 1972. PRBP-42