Holbein (Phaidon Colour Library)

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Dr Helen Langdon lectures at the National Gallery, London.

Hans Holbein the Younger(c.1497-1543) is renowned for his incisive portraits of Northern Europe’s courtiers, thinkers and statesmen, but his output was far more various, and included book illustration, large religious paintings and designs for jewellery and court fashions.

This fine record of his career examines these varied aspects of his genius and beautifully illustrates the ways in which his miraculous technical accomplishment and attention to surface detail were married to acute observations of an empathy with his human subjects.

For this new edition of Helen Langdon's introduction to Holbein, art historian James Malpas has selected additional illustrations and written detailed commentaries on each colour plate.

Product Information

Product Code 1015166
Author Helen Langdon
ISBN 9780714828671
Artist Holbein
b&W illustrations 36
colour illustrations 50
Dimensions 30.3 x 22.6 x 0.8 cm
Format Paperback
Pages 128
Published January 1995
Publisher Phaidon

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