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The Age Of Bruegel: The Netherlandish Drawings In The 16th Century

ISBN is 0521341965 / 9780521341967
Published by Cambridge University Press 1986
Condition: Very Good+
Category: SKU: 991

Description

The age of bruegel: the netherlandish drawings in the 16th century: The complexity and variety of sixteenth-century Netherlandish art endow it with a particular dynamism. It was in the sixteenth century that drawing attained an independent status as an art in itself, distinct from painting; landscape increasingly became a separate genre; and artists consciously referred to the great masters of the past, showing the tremendous influence of Italian art in their own works. This volume documents the unique qualities of the art of drawing during the age of Bruegel. Designed to accompany an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art and The Pierpont Morgan Library, the book is also an invaluable scholarly record. In addition to 123 catalogue entries and more than 350 reproductions of rarely-seen drawings, three in-depth essays contain discussions of the art of the period. Its development is traced from a late medieval style at the end of the fifteenth century to the influence of the Italian Renaissance and mannerism in the 1500s, and ultimately to the beginning of the baroque period in the early 1600s. The detailed entries encompass works by sixty-two artists, including Hieronymus Bosch, Jan Gossaert, Lucas van Leyden, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Jan Brueghel the Elder, Karel van Mander, and others. The book will interest specialists and also general readers attracted by the warmth of Netherlandish art.

Additional information

Book Author

j.Richardson Judson, John Oliver Hand, Martha wolff, William W. Robinson

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Published

1986

ISBN 10

0521341965

ISBN 13

9780521341967

Language

English

Condition

Very Good+

Format

Hardcover

  • (cl.), pp.339, numerous b/w illustration, Full rust colour with gilt title to spine
  • Dust Jacket,
  • Very Good + in Condition