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Drawing in England from Hilliard to Hogarth. - Stainton, Lindsay und Christopher White
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1987, ISBN: 0714116297

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[EAN: 9780714116297], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [SC: 6.24], [PU: British Museum Publ.,], ZEICHNUNG; BILDENDE KUNST, Art|History, 255 S.; sehr zahlr. Illustr.; 4°; kart. Gutes Ex. - Englisch. // INHALT : Foreword -- Lenders to the Exhibition -- The Theory and Practice of Drawing in Early Stuart England Christopher White -- Drawing in Late Stuart England Lindsay Stainton -- The Catalogue -- Select Bibliography: works referred to in abbreviated form -- Index of Artists. // For much of the seventeenth century, English art was dominated by foreign-born draughtsmen - most notably Rubens, Van Dyck, Hollar, Lely and Kneller. Through their influence on native artists such as Inigo Jones and Francis Barlow, a distinctively English style was to emerge in the early years of the eighteenth century. This is the first major survey of drawing in seventeenth-century England, long overdue compared with the degree of attention given to Continental work of this period. Two hundred masterpieces by 72 artists are catalogued and discussed. A large number of these are from the unrivalled collection of the British Museum, but many important drawings are also included from other major collections, both public and private, in Britain and North America, among them the Ashmolean Museum, the Chatsworth Settlement and the Yale Center for British Art. Introductory essays by Lindsay Stainton and Christopher White examine the contribution of foreign-born artists working in England; the styles, techniques, methods and purposes of drawing at this time; the role of patronage, and the increasing status of the artist in seventeenth-century England. // With 240 illustrations, 80 in colour. // Samuel Cooper, Richard Gibson; Jan Griffier, John Greenhill; Willem Schellinks, T. Thrumpten; Peter Lely; Gerrit van Honthorst // u.v.a. ISBN 0714116297 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1550

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[PU: British Museum Publ.], 255 S. sehr zahlr. Illustr. 4 kart. Gutes Ex. - Englisch. // INHALT : Foreword -- Lenders to the Exhibition -- The Theory and Practice of Drawing in Early Stuart England Christopher White -- Drawing in Late Stuart England Lindsay Stainton -- The Catalogue -- Select Bibliography: works referred to in abbreviated form -- Index of Artists. // For much of the seventeenth century, English art was dominated by foreign-born draughtsmen - most notably Rubens, Van Dyck, Hollar, Lely and Kneller. Through their influence on native artists such as Inigo Jones and Francis Barlow, a distinctively English style was to emerge in the early years of the eighteenth century. This is the first major survey of drawing in seventeenth-century England, long overdue compared with the degree of attention given to Continental work of this period. Two hundred masterpieces by 72 artists are catalogued and discussed. A large number of these are from the unrivalled collection of the British Museum, but many important drawings are also included from other major collections, both public and private, in Britain and North America, among them the Ashmolean Museum, the Chatsworth Settlement and the Yale Center for British Art. Introductory essays by Lindsay Stainton and Christopher White examine the contribution of foreign-born artists working in England the styles, techniques, methods and purposes of drawing at this time the role of patronage, and the increasing status of the artist in seventeenth-century England. // With 240 illustrations, 80 in colour. // Samuel Cooper, Richard Gibson Jan Griffier, John Greenhill Willem Schellinks, T. Thrumpten Peter Lely Gerrit van Honthorst // u.v.a. ISBN 0714116297 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag., DE, [SC: 6.00], gebraucht gut, gewerbliches Angebot, [GW: 1550g], Selbstabholung und Barzahlung, PayPal, offene Rechnung, Banküberweisung, Internationaler Versand

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British, Museum Publ, 255 S.; sehr zahlr. Illustr.; 4°; kart. Gutes Ex. - Englisch. // INHALT : Foreword -- Lenders to the Exhibition -- The Theory and Practice of Drawing in Early Stuart England Christopher White -- Drawing in Late Stuart England Lindsay Stainton -- The Catalogue -- Select Bibliography: works referred to in abbreviated form -- Index of Artists. // For much of the seventeenth century, English art was dominated by foreign-born draughtsmen - most notably Rubens, Van Dyck, Hollar, Lely and Kneller. Through their influence on native artists such as Inigo Jones and Francis Barlow, a distinctively English style was to emerge in the early years of the eighteenth century. This is the first major survey of drawing in seventeenth-century England, long overdue compared with the degree of attention given to Continental work of this period. Two hundred masterpieces by 72 artists are catalogued and discussed. A large number of these are from the unrivalled collection of the British Museum, but many important drawings are also included from other major collections, both public and private, in Britain and North America, among them the Ashmolean Museum, the Chatsworth Settlement and the Yale Center for British Art. Introductory essays by Lindsay Stainton and Christopher White examine the contribution of foreign-born artists working in England; the styles, techniques, methods and purposes of drawing at this time; the role of patronage, and the increasing status of the artist in seventeenth-century England. // With 240 illustrations, 80 in colour. // Samuel Cooper, Richard Gibson; Jan Griffier, John Greenhill; Willem Schellinks, T. Thrumpten; Peter Lely; Gerrit van Honthorst // u.v.a. ISBN 0714116297 England [Zeichnung; Bildende Kunst] 1987 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag., [PU: British Museum Publications]

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255 S.; sehr zahlr. Illustr.; 4°; kart. Gutes Ex. - Englisch. // INHALT : Foreword -- Lenders to the Exhibition -- The Theory and Practice of Drawing in Early Stuart England Christopher White -- Drawing in Late Stuart England Lindsay Stainton -- The Catalogue -- Select Bibliography: works referred to in abbreviated form -- Index of Artists. // For much of the seventeenth century, English art was dominated by foreign-born draughtsmen - most notably Rubens, Van Dyck, Hollar, Lely and Kneller. Through their influence on native artists such as Inigo Jones and Francis Barlow, a distinctively English style was to emerge in the early years of the eighteenth century. This is the first major survey of drawing in seventeenth-century England, long overdue compared with the degree of attention given to Continental work of this period. Two hundred masterpieces by 72 artists are catalogued and discussed. A large number of these are from the unrivalled collection of the British Museum, but many important drawings are also included from other major collections, both public and private, in Britain and North America, among them the Ashmolean Museum, the Chatsworth Settlement and the Yale Center for British Art. Introductory essays by Lindsay Stainton and Christopher White examine the contribution of foreign-born artists working in England; the styles, techniques, methods and purposes of drawing at this time; the role of patronage, and the increasing status of the artist in seventeenth-century England. // With 240 illustrations, 80 in colour. // Samuel Cooper, Richard Gibson; Jan Griffier, John Greenhill; Willem Schellinks, T. Thrumpten; Peter Lely; Gerrit van Honthorst // u.v.a. ISBN 0714116297 Versand D: 5,50 EUR Zeichnung; Bildende Kunst, [PU:British Museum Publ.,]

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[EAN: 9780714116297], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: British Museum Press, London], EARLY ENGLISH DRAWINGS WILLIAM HOGARTH, Art|History, 256 pages, 240 illustratons, 80 in colour. A very Good, clean, bright copy.

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Drawing in England from Hilliard to Hogarth

Near fine paperback copy; edges very slightly dust-dulled. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 255 pages; Description: 255 p. : ill. (some col. ), ports. ; 28 cm. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the British Museum, London, June-Aug. 1987; and at the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, U. S. A. , Sept. -Nov. 1987. Includes bibliographical references (p. 252-254) and index. Introd. & text by Lindsay Stainton, Christopher White. Contents: The theory and practice of drawing in early Stuart England / Christopher White -- Drawing in late Stuart England / Lindsay Stainton -- The catalogue. Subjects: British Museum (London, England) - Exhibitions. Yale Center for British Art (New Haven, Conn. ) - Exhibitions. Drawing, British - 17th century - 18th century.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780714116297
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0714116297
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Publishing year: 1987
Publisher: British Museum Publications Ltd

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ISBN/EAN: 9780714116297

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