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Masterpieces of 18th century Venetian drawings

Masterpieces of 18th century Venetian drawings

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Published by Thames and Hudson in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementintroduction by Giandomenico Romanelli ; texts by Alessandro Bettagno ... (et al.).
ContributionsBettagno, Alessandro.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19889204M

The Prado and its collections reflect the history of Spain, whose waning role on the international stage in the 19th century reduced its appeal for foreign artists. Spanish artists now trained and worked abroad: in Rome at the beginning of the century, and from the mid-century onwards in Paris, the new world capital of . A new book called “Stolen” documents the theft of 13 works from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. It’s not a true crime text, but a charming little art book that tells the story of the missing masterpieces, which include “Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee,” the only seascape painting attributed to Rembrandt, and “The Concert,” one of only 36 extant works by 5/5(7).   In Ségolène Bergeon wrote a book for the Louvre in Paris describing restoration procedures carried out in the s and s on dozens of masterpieces in French national collections. Science et patience, ou, La restauration des peintures is unusually well-illustrated, with photographs taken before, during and after the interventions.


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Hardback, with dusjacket, p, colour illustrations, English edition. ISBN By the age of just twenty-two, Anthony Van Dyck () had produced over paintings, many of them ambitious compositions of remarkable quality.

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