Renaissance & Baroque Art > Monographs
Habert, Jean and Catherine Loisel Legrand. BASSANO et ses fils dans les musees francais. 120 pp., 8 color plates, numerous b&w figures. 8vo, wraps. Paris, Editions des Musees Nationaux, 1998.
Text in French. Exhibition at the Louvre.
Item nr. 126271
Fry, Roger. GIOVANNI BELLINI. 112 pp. with 25 b&w illustrations. Small 4to, cloth. New York, Ursus Press, 1995.
Freitag #552 cites the 1899 edition.
Roger Fry's first book, originally published in 1899, is reprinted here for the first time in nearly one hundred years. This study was instrumental in rescuing Bellini from...
Item nr. 41166
Paris, Jean. L'Atelier BELLINI. 400 pp., with 258 illustrations, most in color. large 4to, cloth. Paris, Lagune, 1995.
Item nr. 43927
Blake, William. The Illuminated Books of WILLIAM BLAKE: The Urizen Books. David Worrall, (editor). 231 pp. with 48 color and 11 b&w illustrations. Large 4to, cloth. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1995.
The Urizen Books volume is made up of "Urizen", "The Book of Los," and "Ahania" and describes the dissemination of...
Item nr. 42160
Hamlyn, Robin and Michael Phillips. WILLIAM BLAKE. Introductory essays by Peter Ackroyd and Marilyn Butler; 304 pp., 240 color, and 10 b&w plates. 4to, cloth. New York, Harry N. Abrams, 2001.
Accompanies the largest exhibition of Blake's works ever assembled. The show travels from Tate Britain to The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Item nr. 93676
Milicua, Jose and Maria Margarita Cuyas (editors). CARAVAGGIO y la Pintura realista europea. Text by numerous authors; 444 pp., illustrated throughout in color. Small folio, wraps. Barcelona, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, 2005.
The Caravaggio and European Realism exhibition, which has travelled to Spain and is documented in this Spanish/English catalogue...
Item nr. 118846
Paris. Galeries nationales du Grand Palais. CHARDIN. Text by Pierre Rosenberg et al.; 360 pp., illustrated in color and b&w. 4to, wraps. 1999.
This exhibition celebrating the tricentennial of Chardin's birth brings together a selection of his best work from collections all over the world.
Item nr. 86627
Carey, Juliet, et al. Taking Time: CHARDIN's Boy Building a House of Cards and other paintings. 160 pages, including 19 color plates, 94 color and b&w figures. 4to, wraps. Waddesdon, The Rothschild Foundation and Waddesdon Manor, in association with London, Paul Holberton, 2012.
Exhibition at Waddesdon Manor.
Item nr. 145030
Biesboer, Pieter and matina Brunner-Bulst. PIETER CLAESZ: Meester van het stilleven in de Gouden Eeuw. 144 pages, including 47 color plates. 4to, cloth. Zwolle, Waanders Uitgevers, 2004.
Item nr. 159342
Wheelock Jr., Arthur K. (editor). AELBERT CUYP. Text by numerous authors; 320 pp., 130 color and 95 b&w illustrations. Oblong 4to, cloth. Washington, National Gallery of Art in association with London and New York, Thames and Hudson, 2001.
This exhibition catalogue brings together 45 of Cuyp's best known paintings and 64...
Item nr. 94952
Hess, Daniel, and Thomas Eser (editors) et al. The Early DÜRER. 604 pages, including more than 430 illustrations, most in color. 4to, boards. London and New York, Thames & Hudson, in association with Nuremberg, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, 2012.
Exhibition in Nuremberg.
Item nr. 146048
Rosenthal, Michael and Martin Myrone (editors). THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH 1727-1788. Contributions by numerous authors; 296 pp., 195 color plates, 59 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. New York, Harry N. Abrams, 2002.
This catalogue accompanies an exhibition that travels from London to Washington and Boston and covers the entirety of his art, from his...
Item nr. 105149
Leeflang, Huigen, Ger Luijten et al. HENDRICK GOLTZIUS (1558-1617) Drawings, Prints and Paintings. 352 pp., over 100 color plates, numerous b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. Zwolle, Waanders, in association with Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Toledo, The Toledo museum of Art, 2003.
Published to accompany a travelling...
Item nr. 108433
Sureda, Joan (editor) with Raquel Gallego. GOYA and Italy. 308 pages, hundreds of color illustrations. 4to, wraps. Mexico City, Turner, 2008.
Exhibition: Fine Arts Museum, Zaragosa
The first book to examine Goya's one-year sojorn in Italy (1770 or 1771) at length. In its pages, historians have collaborated to recreate the climate of...
Item nr. 130512
Feghelm, Dagmar. I, GOYA. 160 pp., 170 color illustrations. 4to, cloth in slipcase. Munich, Berlin, London, New York, Prestel Publishing, 2004.
Item nr. 123265