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El Greco / Utrecht Painters of the Dutch Golden Age / Vermeer and Painting in Delft / Making Masterpieces

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El Greco by Xavier Bray
Xavier explains how El Greco came to paint in such a modern style and tells the fascinating story of a painter who in the late sixteenth century left his native island of Crete in search of artistic horizons.This book is designed to provide the reader with an outline of El Greco's odyssey from producer of small scale icons in Crete to creator of giant altar paintings for churches in Toledo , Spain., presenting him as a deeply thoughtful artist searching for visual language to express contemporary religious thought.
Image by artist on front cover ' A View of Toledo', booklet in very satisfactory condition.

Vermeer and Painting in Delft by Axel Ruger (2001)
Accompanying the London showing of the exhibition in 1998 the booklet presents a number of characteristics of Delft Artists such as an interest in the rendering of light, atmospheric effects and perspective .n.Painting by Vermeer 'The Milkmaid' on front cover. In excellent condition

Utrecht Painters of the Dutch Golden Age by Christopher Brown (1997)
Spanning the elegance and refinement of the Mannerist religious and mythological paintings of Bloemaert to the Caravaggesque genre scenes of ter Brugghen. Utrecht boasted a school which in its broad range of styles and subjects is considered as one of the most varied and fascinating of all.In very good condition

Making Masterpieces by Neil Macgregor with Erika Langmuir (1997)
MacGregor demonstrates how artists materials and methods influence the appearance of paintings revealing which pictures have altered over time and conservation that help preserve the art of the past for the enjoyment of future generations.Published by BBC Education and the National Gallery Publication>in very satisfactory condition

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Author(s):
Ruger, Brown, Macgregor
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23.5cm x 29cm x 2cm
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
The National Gallery/ BBC Education

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El Greco by Xavier Bray
Xavier explains how El Greco came to paint in such a modern style and tells the fascinating story of a painter who in the late sixteenth century left his native island of Crete in search of artistic horizons.This book is designed to provide the reader with an outline of El Greco's odyssey from producer of small scale icons in Crete to creator of giant altar paintings for churches in Toledo , Spain., presenting him as a deeply thoughtful artist searching for visual language to express contemporary religious thought.
Image by artist on front cover ' A View of Toledo', booklet in very satisfactory condition.

Vermeer and Painting in Delft by Axel Ruger (2001)
Accompanying the London showing of the exhibition in 1998 the booklet presents a number of characteristics of Delft Artists such as an interest in the rendering of light, atmospheric effects and perspective .n.Painting by Vermeer 'The Milkmaid' on front cover. In excellent condition

Utrecht Painters of the Dutch Golden Age by Christopher Brown (1997)
Spanning the elegance and refinement of the Mannerist religious and mythological paintings of Bloemaert to the Caravaggesque genre scenes of ter Brugghen. Utrecht boasted a school which in its broad range of styles and subjects is considered as one of the most varied and fascinating of all.In very good condition

Making Masterpieces by Neil Macgregor with Erika Langmuir (1997)
MacGregor demonstrates how artists materials and methods influence the appearance of paintings revealing which pictures have altered over time and conservation that help preserve the art of the past for the enjoyment of future generations.Published by BBC Education and the National Gallery Publication>in very satisfactory condition

Author(s):
Ruger, Brown, Macgregor
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23.5cm x 29cm x 2cm
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
The National Gallery/ BBC Education

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