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The History of Painting in Belgium from the 14th Century to the Present Day

£39.99

Product description

There cannot be many countries, towns or provinces that can boast the genius of five exceptional creative spirits in a single discipline, spread across six centuries - but it would seem that Belgium can make such a boast. In their own way, Jan van Eyck, Pieter Bruegel, Peter-Paul Rubens, James Ensor and Rene Magritte each shone brightly.

Glossy pictorial dustjacket. Superficial scuffs and marks, signs of wear to edges of spine. Small chips to rear. Blue cloth covered boards with white text to spine. Corners sharp. Dark blue endpapers. Blue woven head and tail bands. Text block is clean and tight and free from annotation and marginalia.

Item details

Added value:
Full colour illustrations
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1995
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
530
Publisher:
La Renaissance du Livre

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About this item

There cannot be many countries, towns or provinces that can boast the genius of five exceptional creative spirits in a single discipline, spread across six centuries - but it would seem that Belgium can make such a boast. In their own way, Jan van Eyck, Pieter Bruegel, Peter-Paul Rubens, James Ensor and Rene Magritte each shone brightly.

Glossy pictorial dustjacket. Superficial scuffs and marks, signs of wear to edges of spine. Small chips to rear. Blue cloth covered boards with white text to spine. Corners sharp. Dark blue endpapers. Blue woven head and tail bands. Text block is clean and tight and free from annotation and marginalia.

Added value:
Full colour illustrations
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1995
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
530
Publisher:
La Renaissance du Livre

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