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Fuseli Studies

£19.99

Product description

The book is in good condition, with most damage done to the dust jacket, though even this is still in a fair condition. The book does have signs of wear, mostly along the top and bottom edges of the cover close to the spine. The cover is brown with gilded lettering and aside from some very minor marks, the book is in excellent internal condition. The dust jacket is blue and has a picture of Fuseli's 'The Nightmare' on the front with white lettering. The jacket has several small tears, fading, fraying and chipping mostly along the top edge and the jacket spine, but is still intact and unlikely to fall apart.

This book, published posthumously. Looks at the art of Henry Fuseli; a Swiss-born artist who spent most of his life in England, eventually becoming Professor of Painting and Keeper at the Royal Academy, teaching the likes of Constable, Haydon and Blake. The author looks at Fuseli's mannerisms and the inspiration for his art, much of which favoured the supernatural and how it inspired his students, particularly Blake. Included in the book are several black and white plates of artwork by Fuseli and other artists.

Item details

Author(s):
Frederick Antal
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
25 X 17 cm
Edition:
First Edition (1956)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
240
Publisher:
Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd.
Title:
Fuseli Studies

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The book is in good condition, with most damage done to the dust jacket, though even this is still in a fair condition. The book does have signs of wear, mostly along the top and bottom edges of the cover close to the spine. The cover is brown with gilded lettering and aside from some very minor marks, the book is in excellent internal condition. The dust jacket is blue and has a picture of Fuseli's 'The Nightmare' on the front with white lettering. The jacket has several small tears, fading, fraying and chipping mostly along the top edge and the jacket spine, but is still intact and unlikely to fall apart.

This book, published posthumously. Looks at the art of Henry Fuseli; a Swiss-born artist who spent most of his life in England, eventually becoming Professor of Painting and Keeper at the Royal Academy, teaching the likes of Constable, Haydon and Blake. The author looks at Fuseli's mannerisms and the inspiration for his art, much of which favoured the supernatural and how it inspired his students, particularly Blake. Included in the book are several black and white plates of artwork by Fuseli and other artists.

Author(s):
Frederick Antal
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
25 X 17 cm
Edition:
First Edition (1956)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
240
Publisher:
Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd.
Title:
Fuseli Studies

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