Ref NoONM/9/1/1
TitleNotes on XVIIth century
DescriptionMillar kept these notes in a file labelled 'XVIIth century notes for O.U.P. volume (general features, rather than individual artists)'

Contains notes on bibliographical sources concerning the following themes:

-George Vertue and his notebooks
-Miscellaneous Jacobean and Caroline
-Henry Prince of Wales as patron and collector
-Henry Peacham
-Charles I's collection
-The Mantuan collection
-Charles I by native artists
-Charles I and foreign artists
-Charles I and Roman Catholicism
-Charles I, Deification, Martyrdom
-The Earl of Arundel as Patron
-The Earl of Arundel as Collector
-Synthesis of Arundel's activities as patron and collector
-Sandrart in England
-The Civil War
-Richard Symonds
-John Evelyn
-Evelyn's travel
-Evelyn and artists in England
-Evelyn's notes on works of art in England
-Evelyn and the Arundel collection
-Evelyn and the work at Windsor for Charles II
-Evelyn's interest in architecture
-Evelyn and engraving
-Evelyn, Pepys and the historical portrait
-The arts under Cromwell and the commonwealth
-Charles II as patron and collector
-Prince Rupert
-James II and a Catholic interlude
-William III and Mary II as patrons
-Anne as patroness
-Sir Henry Wotton
-Patrons and collectors (various)
-The dispersal of the Duke of Buckingham's collection
-Mrs Tanner
-Dudley Carlton, Viscount Dorchester
-Carleton's interest in the arts
-Carleton's acquisition of a Rubens "hunt" and works by less Flemish masters
-Carleton's collection of statues and his exchange with Rubens for some of his works
-Carleton, Danvers, Rubens, "the creation" by Bassano and Prince Charles
-The Grand Duke of Tuscany
-The Grand Tour
-Matthew Prior and the Oxford circle
-Thomas Coke (Vice-Chamberlain)
-The Dutch taste
-The French taste, Charles II
-Italian taste
-Chinese taste
-The Campions at Danny: Johnson etc
-Portrait practice
-Decorative painting (earlier period)
-Decorative painting (later period)
-Satirical painting
-Engraving (earlier period)
-Engraving (later period)
-Artistic localities and local groups
-Import of foreign pictures
-Restoration of pictures
-James II accounts
-Egmont papers
-Pepys and the arts
-John Aubrey
-Jewels, miniatures
-De Piles/Buckeridge
-The Tradescant/Ashmole collection
-Miscellaneous collectors (various)
-Thomas Gray
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