This book shares the story of El Greco and the cultural significance of his work.
Responsible for a number of experimental masterpieces, including ‘The Vision of St John’, ‘The Disrobing of Christ’, and ‘The Burial of The Count of Orgaz’, Doménikos Theotokópoulos was more widely known as El Greco and is notable for his rejection of naturalism and his use of a unique single-minded style. From Byzantine icons to conceptual practice, this book examines the influences of the radical artist’s oeuvre, providing a detailed chronological summary of his life and career alongside approximately one hundred compelling illustrations with explanatory captions.
This book is an essential introduction to the influences and ingredients of the radical vision of this great old master painter.
|Dimensions||1.5 x 22 x 26.6 cm|
UK Standard Delivery
Delivery within 10 days with Royal Mail 48. More information on delivery
Delivery within 15 days. More information on delivery
UK Express - Signed Delivery
Delivery within 5 days. More information on delivery
Free Click & Collect
Buy online and collect in-store. Simple and convenient. More information on Click & Collect
We hope that you will love everything you buy from us, however, if you're not completely happy with your order you can return it to us within 14 days of receipt.
Exceptions apply to made-to-order products. More information on Returns & Refunds
You might also like
Email when in stock
Please enter your email address below and we will contact you when it comes back in stock.
We will send you an email when this product arrives in stock.
- National Gallery Books
- New Arrivals
- Artists' Books
- Art Books By Subject
- Art History Books
- Art Reference Books
- Art Criticism and Theory Books
- Art Conservation and Science Books
- Art Techniques
- Art Books By Series
- Art Books Fiction
- Children's Art Books
- Art DVDs
- Books Sale