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A New Method of Landscape

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Product description

Very good condition for age with little to no wear. Internally clean and bright.

Alexander Cozens, a landscape artist and teacher of drawing, published this work on his famous "blot" technique in 1785. By training artists to discover designs for landscape compositions in blots of ink, he helped transmit the tradition of Claude to the great generation of British landscape painters, including Turner and Constable, who copied some of his illustrations. As an experiment in the science of perception, a forerunner of both Rorschach and the Impressionists, and the testament of a fascinating artist, A New Method ranks as one of the most intriguing eccentricities in the history of the illustrated book.

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1977
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0448221209
ISBN-13:
9780448221205
Number of pages:
44
Publisher:
Paddington Press

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Very good condition for age with little to no wear. Internally clean and bright.

Alexander Cozens, a landscape artist and teacher of drawing, published this work on his famous "blot" technique in 1785. By training artists to discover designs for landscape compositions in blots of ink, he helped transmit the tradition of Claude to the great generation of British landscape painters, including Turner and Constable, who copied some of his illustrations. As an experiment in the science of perception, a forerunner of both Rorschach and the Impressionists, and the testament of a fascinating artist, A New Method ranks as one of the most intriguing eccentricities in the history of the illustrated book.

Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1977
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0448221209
ISBN-13:
9780448221205
Number of pages:
44
Publisher:
Paddington Press

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