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|Herbert Percy Horne|
"Cimitero degli Allori, Herbert Percy Horne
|Occupation||English poet, architect, "typographer and designer, art historian and "antiquarian|
Herbert Percy Horne (born 1864 in London  – died 1916 in "Florence, Italy) was an English poet, architect, "typographer and designer, art historian and "antiquarian. He was an associate of the "Rhymers' Club in London. He edited the magazines "The Century Guild Hobby Horse and "The Hobby Horse for the "Century Guild of Artists.
Later in life he settled in "Florence, restoring a Renaissance palazzo into which he eventually moved. He first visited Italy in 1889 and kept an illustrated journal of his travels and art and architectural research. His monograph on "Sandro Botticelli from 1908 is still recognised as of exceptional quality and thoroughness.
He donated his collection, of arts and handicrafts of the 14th and 15th centuries, to create the "Museo della Fondazione Horne in Florence, where he died.
Horne founded the Riccardi Press, a leading British private press that beginning in 1909 issued titles for the Medici Society and later under its own imprint.
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