2 edition of A Wanderer in Holland found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Hence these eight lines, which, however, would have come better earlier in the poem:— See but their mermaids, with their tails of fish, Reeking at church over the chafing-dish! These are the best pictures in Utrecht, which cannot have any great interest in art or it would not allow that tramway through its bell tower. This is clearly visible with some preserved figureheads in museum archives.
The number of those who sought cure and found it here is enormous.
In this long list, you can find works in different literary forms, not just in English but in many other languages of the world, composed by a diverse and interesting array of authors. The turban confirmed an exotic origin that suggested the origin of the medicines to customers. Its cathedral is the only church in Holland with the exception of the desecrated fane at Veere for the privilege of entering which I was not asked to pay.
" It is not often to a Frenchman that the author of this guide has to go for his purple patches.
A man who by his own efforts can live in security below sea-level, and graze cattle luxuriantly where sand and pebbles and salt once made a desert, has perhaps the right to feel that everything in nature would be the better for a little manipulation. He has a view of Cologne in the National Gallery which is exceedingly pleasing, and a second version in the Wallace Collection. He says either just what the prophets did say, or that which you see at once they might have said.
Try your innocence by stepping on a scale in the 17th century weighhouse. Faithful to his native town, he painted many pictures of Dort. If one were put to it to find a new standard of aristocracy superior to accidents of blood or rank one might do worse than demand as the ultimate test the possession of either a Vermeer of Delft or a Peter de Hooch.
What a variety of misfortune this little world holds! One may learn the character of a friend very quickly, and yet wish to be in his company A Wanderer in Holland. Gilt lettering and design on spine. At the back a tiny range, and above, a garret.
Item is physically old and shows some signs of handling and time.
Among the pictures, for the most part very poor, is a dashing Carolus Duran and a very beautiful little Daubigny.
Previous owner name stamped to inside cover.
The cincture seemed to give him a sense of security.