Old Masters

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The Wallace Collection Catalogue of Italian Sculpture

The newest in the series of groundgreaking and crticially acclaimed catalogue raisonnés for the Wallace Collection, this lavish publication puts onto the map a hitherto little-known part of the collection. The 159 entries cover works in bronze, marble, terracotta and wood dating from c. 1400 to 1900, by some of the most famous names in Italian sculpture, such as Donatello, Giambologna and Algardi. Each entry is packed with new research and photography, with a comprehensive description and bibliography followed by a commentary exploring attribution, dating, function and social and historical context. More

Rodin and Dance: The Essence of Movement

Rodin and Dance: The Essence of Movement is the first serious study of Rodin’s late sculptural series known as the Dance Movements. Exploring the artist’s fascination with dance and bodies in extreme acrobatic poses, the exhibition and accompanying catalogue give an account of Rodin’s passion for new forms of dance – from south-asian dances to the music hall and the avant garde – which began appearing on the French stage around 1900. More

Prince Henry Revived: Image and Exemplarity in Early Modern England

There can be few examples of intensive fashioning and self-fashioning by a Renaissance figure more remarkable than Prince Henry (1594-1612). Two decades after the appearance of Roy Strong's revelatory Henry Prince of Wales and England's Lost Renaissance this collection of essays re-examines the extraordinary artistic and cultural response to Prince Henry and presents many new findings in the context of recent scholarship. More

Isabel Clara Eugenia: Female Sovereignty in the Courts of Madrid and Brussels

The Infanta Isabel Clara Eugenia (1566–1633), the eldest daughter of Philip of Spain, was one of the most significant female political players of the seventeenth century. Isabel, however should not be seen as political figure alone but also as a woman, embedded in the material culture of her times in manifold roles and through varied practices. More

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