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Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation collection on Nicolò Paganini, 1810-1967

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Iconography, 1810-1926 (bulk 1830-1840) (continued)
Nicolo Paganini, 1831 (continued)
Catalog no. 51
Note: From the The Musical Gem
London: Mori and Lavenu
BOX/FOLDER 4/10 Paganini, 1831
By Sharp, after a drawing by Mauin
Lithograph portrait; 24 x 19.2 cm
Catalog no. 53
London: J. Dickinson; Day and Haghe
BOX/FOLDER 13/3 Performing, caricature, 1831
Photocopy; 10.5 x 10.1 cm
Catalog no. 597
BOX/FOLDER 14/12 Portrait, 1831
By M. Gauci; printed by Hullmandel
Hand-colored lithograph; 24 x 19.2 cm
Catalog no. 806
Note: From the The Musical Gem
London: Mori and Lavenu
BOX/FOLDER 28/9 Portrait, half figure, 1831
Painted by Edouard Pingret at Baden
Colored lithograph; 23 x 15 cm
Catalog no. 79
London: M. Bell
BOX/FOLDER 7/5 The Casket, 1832 August 17
By George Cruikshank
Pages 265-272 from a publication with lithograph of five images of Paganini on page 265; 22.7 x 14.3 cm
Catalog no. 113
London: B. Stell
BOX/FOLDER 16/1 Portrait, 1832 October 25
Photographic reproduction of pen drawing; 29.3 x 20.8 cm
Catalog no. 844
Note: Inscription underneath, in Paganini's hand: "Quanto serebbe felice l'originale di questo ritratto se potesse esprimere a madama d'Obrés a viva voce quel che la pennanon potrà ma! Nicolo Paganini. Parigi 25 Ottobre 1832"
BOX/FOLDER 9/3 Les Artistes Contemporains, 1832
By Lemercier (rue du Four S. G. No. 55, Paris), after drawing by L. Canta
Lithograph of Paganini with French musicians; 43.1 x 35.1 cm
Catalog no. 136
Includes: Friedrich Kalkbrenner; Gustave Vogt; Jean-Louis Tolou; Friedrich Berr; Jacques-Francois Gallay; Pierre Baillot; and Henri Herz
BOX/FOLDER 28/18 Memoir of Signor Paganini, 1832
By B. Finrey; printed by Rockliff and Duworth, Liverpool
Lithograph; 19 x 11.5 cm
Catalog no. 809
Note: Lithographs in front of booklet depict Paganini playing; booklet contains critical remarks on his performances.
BOX/FOLDER 28/6 Signor Paganini, 1832
By Robert Jacob Hamerton; lithograph by C. Motte
Lithograph of Paganini performing with Cramer (piano), Mori (vioiln), and Dragonetti Mori (cello); 22.9 x 18 cm
Catalog no. 67
Note: From the The Musical Gem
London: Mori and Lavenu
BOX/FOLDER 28/5 Paganini wearing awards, 1832?
Lithograph portrait; 21.6 x 13.7 cm
Catalog no. 66
BOX/FOLDER 8/2 The Most Modern Paganini, 1833 April 26
Designed and lithographed by a Polish exile
Lithograph; 46 x 35.6 cm
Catalog no. 123
London: Marianne Humphrey
BOX/FOLDER 8/3 The Most Modern Paganini, 1833 April 26
Designed and lithographed by a Polish exile
Hand-colored lithograph; 32.2 x 37.9 cm
Catalog no. 124
London: Marianne Humphrey
BOX/FOLDER 8/1 The Paganini of Corfu, 1833 August
By M. Gauci, after sketch by D. J.; printed by Graf and Soret
Lithograph; 38 x 27.8 cm
Catalog no. 122
London: Ackermann and Co.
BOX/FOLDER 14/7 The Rival Scraper, 1834 July 3
By W. R. in Collection of Heads; printed by Lefevre & Kohler, 52 Newman Street, London
Hand-colored lithograph; 37.3 x 27.7 cm
Catalog no. 800
Note: Depicts Mrs. Tichle, dressmaker, scraping her shoe while Paganini and a friend are looking
Haymarket: T. McLean
BOX/FOLDER 1/1 Seated youth portrait, from Paganini's Debut in Theatre Carlo Felice, Genua, 1793, 1834
By Polman
Lithograph; 6.8 x 26.5 cm
Catalog no. 1
Includes: Teresa Berkinotti and Luigi Marchesi
Strassbourg: Sinon fils
BOX/FOLDER 28/4 Portrait, in playing position, 1836
By Brocklick
Pencil and watercolor drawing; 16.9 x 13.7 cm
Catalog no. 57
BOX/FOLDER 16/3 Portrait, May 1838
Painting by de Pommayrac; lithograph by Léon Noël
Lithograph; 25.1 x 20.4 cm
Catalog no. 851a
Paris: Lemercier
BOX/FOLDER 16/4 Portrait, May 1838
By Léon Noël, after the painting by de Pommayrac
Photographic reproduction of lithograph; 32.5 x 23.3 cm
Catalog no. 851b
Paris: Lemercier
BOX/FOLDER 28/22 Portrait, 1839
By R. Weber, after a drawing by Cäcilie Bradt
17.1 x 14 cm
Bondy no. 2
Note: From Eilpost für Moden
Leipzig: R. Weber
BOX/FOLDER 6/11 Portrait, 1840 June 1?
Newspaper print portrait of Paganini; 19.7 x 14.2 cm
Catalog no. 100
Note: Description included with image: A portrait, hitherto unpublished, of the great Italian virtuoso, whose name stands in history as that of the most extraordinary executant ever known on the violin. He died in Nice on May 27, 1840.
BOX/FOLDER 3/10 Caricature, full length, 1849
By Blandowski, Mainz
Pen and ink drawing; 32.1 x 24 cm
Catalog no. 36
BOX/FOLDER 9/2 Profile, 1855
After drawing by Eugene Legénsial
Lithograph no. 294; 17.3 x 12.8 cm
Catalog no. 135c
BOX/FOLDER 5/6 Nicolo Paganini, 1889 September 1
Printed by A. Salmon, Paris
Etched portrait with award and two cherubs holding a laurel wreath; 28.4 x 20.7 cm
Catalog no. 65
London: F. W. Chanot
BOX/FOLDER 2/8 Playing the violin, full length image, 1916
By Alberto Martini
Signed etching; 33 x 23.9 cm
Catalog no. 21
Note: Violin neck depicted as a woman
BOX/FOLDER 19/2 Bust, 1920
By A. Wechsler, after bust by A. L. Danton (1837)
Photographic reproduction of a drawing; 15.7 x 10.3 cm
Catalog no. 845
Note: From the Joseph Muller Collection at the New York Public Library
BOX/FOLDER 9/1 Portrait, 1920
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