|Title:||Seventeenth Century French Paintings (National Gallery London)|
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|Publisher:||Natl Gallery Pubns Ltd; First edition (January 1, 2001)|
The National Gallery catalogues provide full scholarly entries discussing technical matter, subject, authorship, provenance and art-historical significance. The Eighteenth Century French Paintings’ by Humphrey Wine
Bibliography for Former Owners of the Eighteenth-Century French Paintings in the National Gallery (Appendix to The National Gallery Catalogues: The Eighteenth-Century French Paintings). Holroyd, Michael, A Book of Secrets: Illegitimate Daughters, Absent Fathers, London 2010. Jarvis, Simon (e., Victorian and Edwardian Decorative Art: The Handley-Read Collection, London 1972. Wine, Humphrey, National Gallery Catalogues: The Seventeenth-Century French Paintings, London 2001. Wine, Humphrey, National Gallery Catalogues: The Eighteenth-Century French Paintings, London 2018. The Eighteenth-Century French Paintings (Catalogue Appendix). Former Owners of the Eighteenth-Century French Paintings in the National Gallery. Join the conversation. The world's greatest paintings to your inbox.
An authoritative and generously illustrated catalogue of the collection of 18th-century paintings in the National Gallery, London, with in-depth entries on over seventy works. Humphrey Wine was formerly the curator of 17th- and 18th-century French paintings at the National Gallery, London. Series: National Gallery Catalogues. This item: National Gallery Catalogues: The Eighteenth-Century French Paintings. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
The National Gallery, London, possesses an outstanding collection of French seventeenth-century paintings, in part a reflection of the enthusiasm with which British collectors once acquired the works of Poussin and Claude. Many of the greatest works of these two French masters are in the Gallery; some, such as Claude’s Enchanted Castle and Poussin’s Triumph of Pan, were ac The National Gallery, London, possesses an outstanding collection of French seventeenth-century paintings, in part a reflection of the enthusiasm with which British collectors once acquired the works of Poussin and Claude. Hardcover, 472 pages. Published March 11th 2002 by National Gallery London.
Humphrey Wine is curator of French seventeenth- and eighteenth-century paintings at the National Gallery. The revised series of National Gallery Catalogues is now generously supported by The Arthur and Holly Magill Foundation. This is a National Gallery Catalogue. Wine is everywhere lucid, thorough, up-to-date, and judicious in assessing evidence.
National Gallery catalogues. Varying Form of Title: 17th century French paintings. Publication, Distribution, et. London. Distributed by Yale University Press, (c)2001. Physical Description: xxxi, 438 p. : ill. (some co. ;, 30 cm. General Note: At head of title: National Gallery catalogues. General Note: Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Corporate Name: National Gallery (Great Britain) Catalogs. Personal Name: Wine, Humphrey. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The seventeenth century French paintings, Humphrey Wine.
Find nearly any book by Humphrey Wine. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Tradition & Revolution in French Art 1700-1880: Paintings & Drawings from Lille. by Humphrey Wine, Jon Whitely, Linda Whitely, Alain Gerard. ISBN 9781857090185 (978-1-85709-018-5) Hardcover, Natl Gallery England, 1993. Many of the greatest works of these two French masters are in the Gallery; some, such as Claude's Enchanted Castle and Poussin's Triumph of Pan, were acquired since the publication of The French School by Martin Davies in 1957.
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