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Pompeo Batoni - 1708 - 1787 - L'Europe delle Corti e il Grand Tour

£40.00

Product description

A splendid collection of the work of Popeo Batoni. Batoni (1708 - 1787) was born in Lucca in Italy and was apprenticed as a goldmsmith in his father's workshop. A gifted painter, he subsequently moved to Rome where his career flourished. He explored many techniques from ivory miniatures to massive altarpieces. His subjects ranged from objects of antiquity to contemporary court portraits. This Collection covers both of these themes in detail with numerous high quality illustrations of his work. Based on the exhibition of his works at the Ducal Palace, Lucca in 2008/09. An Italian publication with text in Italian. Published by Slivana Editoriale 2008. Softback edition, light wear to cover, some marks to page edges, clean internally. Heavy volume hence delivery by courier.

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Condition:
Used: good
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Paperback
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A splendid collection of the work of Popeo Batoni. Batoni (1708 - 1787) was born in Lucca in Italy and was apprenticed as a goldmsmith in his father's workshop. A gifted painter, he subsequently moved to Rome where his career flourished. He explored many techniques from ivory miniatures to massive altarpieces. His subjects ranged from objects of antiquity to contemporary court portraits. This Collection covers both of these themes in detail with numerous high quality illustrations of his work. Based on the exhibition of his works at the Ducal Palace, Lucca in 2008/09. An Italian publication with text in Italian. Published by Slivana Editoriale 2008. Softback edition, light wear to cover, some marks to page edges, clean internally. Heavy volume hence delivery by courier.

Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0

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