Modern Painters Old Masters Imitation

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.

Product Code 1044951
Author Elizabeth Prettejohn
Black & white illustrations 30
Colour illustrations 130
Dimensions 25.4 x 19 cm
Format Hardback
ISBN 9780300222753
Pages 288
Published May 2017
Publisher Yale University Press
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