Samuel Palmer: The Sketchbook of 1824
Samuel Palmer was one of the most visionary and mystical landscape painters of the Romantic era.
Samuel Palmer: The Sketchbook of 1824, a beautiful volume newly available in paperback, is a facsimile of the only sketchbook not to have been destroyed by the artist's son after his death in 1881. No other surviving source provides such an immediate record of Palmer's fertile imagination, or give such insights into his artistic and spiritual struggles.
A stunning object to treasure, Samel Palmer: The Sketchbook of 1824 will be desired by all those who seek to understand the inspiration of one of Britain's most important landscape artists.
|Author||Martin Butlin, William Vaughan|
|Published||11 Jun 2007|
|Publisher||Thames & Hudson|
|Dimensions||23 X 17 X 2.9 cm|