Van Dyck: The Anatomy of Portraiture [Stijn Alsteens - Adam Eaker] (Tapa Dura)

Modelo 9780300212051
Fabricante o sello Metropolitan Museum of Art
Peso 2.19 Kg.
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- Idioma: Ingles
- Formato: Papel -Tapa Dura
- Editorial: Yale University Press
- ISBN-13: 9780300212051
- Páginas: 320
- Dimensiones: 28.70cm. x 24.38cm. x 2.79cm.
- Peso: 2.24 kg.

- Descripción:
The first major examination of Anthony van Dycks work as a portraitist and an essential resource on this aspect of his illustrious career This landmark volume is a comprehensive survey of the portrait drawings, paintings, and prints of Anthony van Dyck (1599a1641), one of the most celebrated portraitists of all time. His supremely elegant style and ability to convey a sense of a sitters inner life made him a favored portraitist among high-ranking figures and royalty across Europe, as well as among his fellow artists and art enthusiasts. A  Showcasing the full range of Van Dycks fascinating international career with more than 100 works, this catalogue celebrates the artists versatility, inventiveness, and influential approach to portraiture. Works include preparatory drawings and oil sketches that shed light on Van Dycks working process, prints that allowed his work to reach a wider audience, and grand painted portraits. Some of the masterpieces are drawn from the exceptional holdings of The Frick Collection, while other works are presented here for the first time. Also included are drawings by some of Van Dycks contemporariesaincluding his teacher Peter Paul Rubensathat illuminate the lineage of his working method. With insightful contributions by a team of international scholars, this unparalleled study of Van Dyck offers a compelling case for the distinctiveness and importance of the artists work. A 
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