EBOOK

Vermeer


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April 2005

Beschreibung

Beschreibung

Continuously in print for more than 20 years, Abrams' "Masters of Art" series has always been known for its exceptional quality and value. Now these classic volumes devoted to the lives and works of the world's greatest painters have been newly redesigned and released in paperback for the first time. Comprehensive introductory texts written by distinguished art historians provide incisive and informative portraits of the artists, and their analysis is accompanied by sketches, related works by other artists, and black-and-white photographs. Each book features 40 full-page, full-color plates with commentaries on the facing page.

Jan Vermeer's mysterious and poetic paintings, with their luminous power and their simple, studied, everyday scenes, continue to fascinate us. This volume reproduces all of Vermeer's known works, including Saint Praxedis, which had only recently been validated by scholars as an important early work of the artist at the time of the book's original publication.


Portrait

John Jacobus is Professor of Art and Urban Studies at Dartmouth College. Previously, he taught at Princeton, the University of California, Berkeley, Smith College, and Indiana University. Douglas Cooper, an eminent art critic and collector, has written extensively on many aspects of twentieth century art. He is widely recognized for his translation of fundamental art history texts, and curated a number of significant exhibitions of modern masters and movements for leading museums. Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr. is curator of Northern Baroque painting at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and professor of art history, University of Maryland. A leading authority on Dutch art, he is the author of numerous books and has organized major exhibitions, including the celebrated exhibition on Johannes Vermeer (1996).

EAN: 9780810992054
ISBN: 0810992051
Untertitel: Empfohlen von 13 bis 22 Jahren. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: HARRY N ABRAMS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2005
Seitenanzahl: 128 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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