Author:John Flaxman

John Flaxman
(1755–1826)
Sculptor, draughtsman, illustrator
John Flaxman

WorksEdit

  • Lectures on sculpture, as delivered before the president and members of the Royal Academy (1865) [1]]

As IllustratorEdit

  • Latin and Italian poems of Milton translated into English verse, and a fragment of a commentary on Paradise Lost (1808), translated by William Cowper
  • Compositions of the "Acts of mercy" (1831)
  • Anatomical studies of the bones and muscles, for the use of artists (1833)
  • La Divine comédie (1843), by Dante Alighieri (French translation, in 3 vols.)
  • Dante, translated into English verse (1859, 4th ed.), translated by Ichabod Charles Wright
  • The Iliad of Homer (1873), translated by Alexander Pope
  • Compositions of John Flaxman, Sculptor: Being Designs in Illustration of the Iliad of Homer (1882)
  • The Story of the Iliad (1891) by Alfred John Church
  • The Story of the Odyssey (1891) by Alfred John Church
  • The Iliad of Homer (1898), translated by William Cullen Bryant
  • The Vision Of Dante Alighieri (1910), translated by Henry Francis Cary

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.