Modern Painters Old Masters Imitation
When the National Gallery formed in London in 1824, Victorian England gained access to the art of the past which was previously inaccessible. As a result of this, British artists elevated contemporary art to new heights through a creative process that emulated the work of the great masters including Sandro Botticelli and Jan van Eyck.
Exploring the ways in which the Old Masters were interpreted, this book takes a comprehensive look at Victorian art from the Pre-Raphaelites to the early modernists.
Beautifully presented, author Elizabeth Prettejohn explores the work of artists such as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Edward Burne-Jones and William Orpen.
|Black & white illustrations||30|
|Dimensions||25.4 x 19 cm|
|Publisher||Yale University Press|
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