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Albert Eckhout: Visoes do Paraiso Selvagem - Obra (Em Portugues do Brasil) and English

£100.00

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Albert Eckhout (c.1610–1665) was a Dutch Painter and still life painter and painter. Eckhout, who was born in Groningen, was among the first European artists to paint scenes from the New World. In 1636 he travelled to Dutch Brazil, where he stayed until 1644
There, he painted portraits of the native peoples, slaves and other peoples of Brazil in the seventeenth century, besides numerous sketches of plants and animals.

Eckhout is also famous for his still life paintings of Brazilian fruits and vegetables. This book in both Portuguese Brazilian and English is a complete study of his work and contains some of his most famous paintings.

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Hardback
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Albert Eckhout (c.1610–1665) was a Dutch Painter and still life painter and painter. Eckhout, who was born in Groningen, was among the first European artists to paint scenes from the New World. In 1636 he travelled to Dutch Brazil, where he stayed until 1644
There, he painted portraits of the native peoples, slaves and other peoples of Brazil in the seventeenth century, besides numerous sketches of plants and animals.

Eckhout is also famous for his still life paintings of Brazilian fruits and vegetables. This book in both Portuguese Brazilian and English is a complete study of his work and contains some of his most famous paintings.

Condition:
New
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
BBM

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