Bibliographie – Autour de la vente du Leverian Museum – 1806

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• Cook & Mai, The cult of the South Seas, 2001, National Library of Australia.

Taken from the life… The Farquhar Collecttion of North Pacific drawings by John Webber, 2000, exposition à la Hordern House – Sidney.

Leverian Museum. A Companion to the Museum, MDCCXC. The Sale Catalogue of the Entire Collection, 1806. London : Hammer Johnson & John Hewett, (1979).

A Catalogue of the Portland Museum : lately the property of the Duchess Dowager of Portland, deceased, which will be sold by auction by Mr. Skinner and Co. on Monday the 24th of April, 1786 … in Privy-Garden, Whitehall. consultable sur le site de la National Library of Australia.

• Digby Kenelm Henry, 1810-1817, The Naturalists Companion containing drawings with suitable descriptions of a vast variety of Quadrupeds, Birds, Fishes, Serpent and Insects; & accurately copied either from Living Animals or from the stuffed Specimens in the Museums of the College and Dublin Society, to which is added drawings of several antiquities, natural productions &c contained in those Museums. Digitalisé par la Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales.

Museum Boulterianum. A catalogue of the curious and valuable collection of natural and artificial curiosities in the extensive museum of Daniel Boulter, Yarmouth, Gale Ecco, Print Editions (Reéd. 2010)

• Force Maryanne & Roland, 1968, Art and artifacts of the 18th century : objects in the Leverian Museum as painted by Sarah Stone, Bishop Museum Press.

• Hackforth-Jones Jocelyn, 2007, « Maï/Omaï in London and the South Pacific : Performativity, Cultural Entanglement, and Indigenous Appropriation » in Material Identities, Johann Sofaer (ed.).

• Hauptman W., 1996, John Webber 1751-1793. Pacific Voyager and Landscape Artist, Kunstmuseum Bern.

• Jackson Christine E., 1998, Sarah Stone Natural Curiosities from the New Worlds.

• Joppien Rudiger & Smith Bernard, 1987, The Art of Cook's Voyages, Yale University Press.

• Kaeppler A. L., 1974, « Cook voyage provenance of the « Artificial Curiosities » of Bullock Museum » in Man 9.

• Kaeppler A. L, 1978, Treasures of the Pacific, "Artificial curiosities" of the 18th century, Catalogue de l’exposition, Honolulu : Bishop Museum Press.

• Kaeppler A. L., 2011, Holophusicon, the Leverian Museum : an eighteenth-century English institution of science, curiosity, and art, Bishop Museum Press.
• Kaeppler A. L., 2015, « From the South Seas to the world (via London) » in Cook- Voyage Collections of Artificial Curiosities in Britain and Ireland 1771 – 2015 (ed. by Jeremy Coote).

• Thomas S., 2013, « Feather Cloaks and English Collectors : Cook’s Voyages and the Objects of the Museum » in Eignhteenth-Century Thing Theory in a Global Context, Ileana Baird & Christina Ionescu (Ed.)

• Thomas N. & Adams J. & Lythberg B. & Nuku M. & Salmond A. (Eds.), 2016, Artefacts of Encounter. Cook’s voyages, colonial collecting and museum histories, Otago University Press.

• TobinFowkes Beth, 2014, The Duchess′s Shells – Natural History Collecting in the Age of Cook′s Voyages, Yale University Press.

• Waterfeld H. & King J.C.H., 2009, Provenance, Paul Holberton Publishing, London.

Conférence DDM – Octobre 2017

n.b : Toutes les bibliographies de ces conférences datent de l'année de la conférence et ne se veulent pas exhaustives … à compléter par de nouvelles publications !

Photo : Vue du grand salon, gravure de W. Skelton d’après un dessin de S. Stone 1789. © British Museum EU, EPH-AOA, B1.1.

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