Hi Primaler. Regarding your edits like this , the parent category has never bothered with the last name sort (for numerous reasons). As the parent category contains over 4500 of these artist categories, unless you plan to add the sort to them all, I think these edits will only introduce confusion and inconsistency (for me, I do look at Category:Google Art Project works by artist quite often, and expect to see it in simple alphabetical order after the "Google Art Project works by " part).
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After Holbein the Elder or the Younger?
Hello, Primaler! Since you seem to be interested in Holbein, I thought you might be able to help me out of this dilemma: I‘ve been doing a little purging of disambiguation categories, and there’s just one left in Hans Holbein. Can you tell which Holbein’s works it was taken from? All I feel confident to identify without evidence (the Wellcome source is no help, as it doesn’t distinguish the two, but I found some of the other originals) are the English courtiers by HH Jr. Anyway, I‘d be grateful if you could take a look, whenever you have a chance.—Odysseus1479 (talk) 04:24, 7 February 2015 (UTC)
- @Odysseus1479 Hi! Actually, in the full bibliographic record, Wellcome Library says it's after the younger HH, so I moved it there. The source indeed does not readily come to mind, but that's no surprise, as Holloway's drawings/engravings can be both after a minor detail and rather loosely based on the original; see Judas Iscariot and The Last Supper.
- Primaler (talk) 07:18, 7 February 2015 (UTC)
gold glass in Turin
- Hi, I thought I sent you an email much time ago... maybe you could not receive. So, anyway, the museum capture says for the left one: "Arte tardoromana, medaglione III secolo d.c. Il medaglione proviene dalla raccolta del marchese Tapparelli d'Azeglio. Il ritrattro, modellato a pennello a chiaroscuro, potrebbe raffigurare l'imperatrice Marcia Otacilia Severa, moglie di Filippo l'Arabo (244-249 dc.). Vetro oro graffito, tempera. Legato D'Azeglio, 1890 94/VD". For the right one it just says "Arte tardormana (?). Medaglione con figura maschile. II-III secolo d.c. (?). Vetro a oro graffito, tempera. Acquisizione non specificata". Does it help? --Sailko (talk) 10:40, 2 February 2016 (UTC)
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