Dulwich Picture Gallery

Adriaen van de Velde: Dutch Master of Landscape

JUNE 2016 (USA July 2016): Hardback, 280 x 245 mm, 224 pages, 250 colour illus.
PRICE: £35.00
ISBN: 978 1 907372 96 4

 

Accompanying the first ever exhibition devoted to the Dutch painter and draughtsman Adriaen van de Velde (1636–1672), this is also the first monograph on the artist – one of the finest of the Dutch Golden Age. The Art Newspaper billed the exhibition as one of their top picks of 2016 and it has been nominated for a 2016 Global Fine Art Award. Read more


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