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2 books on Old Master Drawings SPECIAL OFFER

You could save £10 when you buy two of these books together. These beautifully illustrated catalogues accompany important exhibitions of Old-Master drawings: Michelanglo at the Courtauld Gallery, London; major artists of the German-speaking world at The National Gallery of Art, Washington; and such masters as Carpaccio, Dürer, Callot and Boucher at The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento. More

2 books on Philip de László SPECIAL OFFER

Save £15 when you buy these two beautiful and highly popular books on Philip de László, one of the most important artists of the 20th century. Reprinted owing to demand, A Brush with Grandeur was originally published to accompany the first retrospective of the artist's work since his death in 1937. In De László in Holland, the wonderful but little-known portraits of Holland's cosmopolitan aristocratic and entrepreneurial families, many of which have remained in the families’ private collections, are here published for the first time. More

3 books on Old Master Drawings SPECIAL OFFER

Save £15 when you buy these three books together. These beautifully illustrated catalogues accompany important exhibitions of Old-Master drawings: Michelanglo at the Courtauld Gallery, London; major Italian artists at The National Gallery of Art, Washington; and such masters as Carpaccio, Dürer, Callot and Boucher at The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento. More

4 books on Old Master Drawings SPECIAL OFFER

Save £25 when you buy these four books together. These beautifully illustrated catalogues accompany important exhibitions of Old-Master drawings: Michelanglo at the Courtauld Gallery, London; major Italian artists at The National Gallery of Art, Washington; such masters as Carpaccio, Dürer, Callot and Boucher at The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento; and significant French draughtsmen of the eighteenth century from the Rothschild Collection at Waddesdon Manor. More

A Century of Silver: The Courtauld Family of Silversmiths

This book accompanies the new display of the Courtauld family silver collection in the Courtauld Institute of Art Gallery, which opened in June 2003. All the silver presented in the book was produced or hallmarked by three generations of the Courtauld family of goldsmiths. More

A Dance to the Music of Time by Nicolas Poussin

A Dance to the Music of Time was painted by Nicolas Poussin (1594–1665) in c. 1634–36 for Giulio Rospigliosi, later Pope Clement IX. One of Poussin's most famous masterpieces, the picture's complex iconography was probably dictated by its patron. This analysis of the picture contains information on the meaning of the painting, the evolution of its composition, its visual sources and its critical content. More

A Dialogue with Nature: Romantic Landscapes from Britain and Germany

Exploring aspects of Romantic landscape drawing in Britain and Germany from its origins in the 1760s to its final flowering in the 1840s, this exhibition catalogue considers 26 major drawings, watercolours and oil sketches from The Courtauld Gallery, London, and the Morgan Library and Museum, New York, by artists such as J.M.W. Turner, Samuel Palmer, Caspar David Friedrich and Karl Friedrich Lessing. More

A Library of Manuscripts from India

This beautiful collection of illustrated manuscripts takes the reader on a visual journey through great epics, charged romances and colourful cautionary tales from the Indian subcontinent of the 16th to 20th centuries. More

A Passion for Building: The Amateur Architect in England 1650-1850 - OUT OF PRINT

This exhibition and catalogue celebrates the most gifted, inventive and eccentric amateurs of the 18th and early 19th centuries with a selection of drawings, engravings and portraits gathered from Soane's collection and other museums, archives and private houses around the country. More

A Pioneering Collection: Master Drawings from the Crocker Art Museum

The master drawings at the Crocker Art Museum, dating from the late fifteenth to the mid-nineteenth centuries, form an unusually rich and historic collection, known to include many keystones of the history of art. Sheets by Carpaccio, Dürer, Callot and Boucher only scratch the surface of a collection whose sources include the great eighteenth-century collectors Pierre-Jean Mariette, Pierre Crozat, Joshua Reynolds and Antoine-Joseph Dezallier d'Argenville, their seventeenth-century predecessors Evrard Jabach, Nicolas Lanier, Jan Pietersz. More

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