|Statement||compiled by D. J. Gilson.|
|Contributions||Taylor, Robert, Sir, 1714-1788., Taylor Institution. Library.|
|LC Classifications||Z5941 .G54, NA2500 .G54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||79303447|
Sir Robert Taylor (–), Architect. By (or attributed to) William Miller (T aylor Institution Library; photo credit: University of Oxford; Public Catalogue Foundation/BBC Your Paintings) Books from the library of Sir Robert Taylor in the Library of the Taylor Institution, Oxford: a checklist by David GilsonAuthor: Clare Hills-Nova. Books from the library of Sir Robert Taylor in the Library of the Taylor Institution, Oxford: a checklist by David Gilson ISBN: Publication Date: Author: Clare Hills-Nova. The Taylor Institution Library. The money for the institution and its library had come from another architect, Sir Robert Taylor, who had travelled in Europe and who had amassed a magnificent collection of architectural books written in Italian, French and English, which the library now holds. Not that getting the money was easy. Books from the library of Sir Robert Taylor in the Library of the Taylor Institution, Oxford: a checklist by David Gilson Call Number: (Link to SOLO record) ISBN:
Sir Robert Taylor: from rococo to neoclassicism by Marcus Binney (Book); Books from the library of Sir Robert Taylor in the Library of the Taylor Institution, Oxford: a checklist by David Gilson (Book); The European languages: a selection of books from the Taylor Institution in commemoration of the death of Sir Robert Taylor 27 September by Taylor Institution (Book). The Taylor Institution was established in following the bequest of the architect Sir Robert Taylor (), who left the residue of his estate to establish a centre for the teaching of modern European languages in Oxford. The Taylor Institution, together with its Library, was designed to occupy the east wing of C.R. Cockerell's neo. Taylor blog rss. Visiting our Pre-Covid Past: Artists’ Books on Display at the Taylor Institution Library; Listening, Reading, Responding: students, researchers, and librarians shaping collections together; Hair Today, Still Hair Tomorrow: Goethe’s Hair at the Taylor Institution Library; Literatures of . The Taylor Institution is the University’s centre for the study of modern European languages and literatures, other than English.. Its Library contains the largest specialist research collections in the field in Britain and also a separate teaching collection for .
In honor of National Libraries Day, a post on one of Oxford's most beautiful department libraries, the Taylor Institution Library! Sir Robert Taylor is the namesake of the Taylor Institution (or Taylorian), founded in , half a century after his death. Although Taylor worked as an architect and sculptor, he left his estate to support. Resources - e-Books Collections: Taylor’s Library offers a large collection of downloadable eBooks to support almost all subject areas. Functions such as Bookshelf, Highlights and Notations help you to manage and effectively use the eBooks. OXFORD, SEPTEMBER RARE BOOK DISPLAY, VOLTAIRE ROOM, TAYLOR INSTITUTION The Faculty of Modern Languages, University of Oxford, has an established tradition of using original library materials not only for research but also for teaching at all levels. In supporting this, the Taylor Institution. The Sir Robert Taylor Collection, the 18 th century architect with whom the institution originated, comprises a small collection of original drawings and illustrated architecture books. (See David Gilson. Books from the library of Sir Robert Taylor in the library of the Taylor Institution, Oxford [Oxford.