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Vermeer and the Dutch Masters
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Beautifully illustrated throughout, this book expertly leads us through the artwork that flourished during this period, and explores the wider society in which the artists lived and painted. Above all else, it is a celebration of the subtleties of colour, elevation of detail and shimmering light that came to indentify the captivating art of this epoch.
Today we marvel at the shimmering light, the detail and hidden significances within the subtle techniques of Vermeer, Rembrandt, Van Eyck, Frans Hals and their compatriots. The luminescent art of the Dutch Masters grew from the bounding confidence of the newly independent Netherlands in the early 1600s. Shed of religious conflict it encouraged a wealthy mercantile class that sought the oceans of the world in search of riches and influence, and a new sensibility in art that cast light across the actions and objects of daily life.
The Dutch Masters are characterized by the abandonment of religious patronage, allowing, for the first time, a relentless focus on everyday subjects: the taverns, breakfast tables and living rooms of the newly wealthy and the places they loved to visit.
Rosalind Ormiston is a researcher, lecturer and author in art, architecture and design history. She lectures in art and architectural history at Kingston University, London. Her recent publications include Colour Source Book, Alphonse Mucha: Masterworks, Art Deco: The Golden Age of Graphic Art and Illustration; Michelangelo: His Life and Works in 500 Images and Leonardo da Vinci: His Life and Works in 500 Images.
|Szerző||Rosalind Ormiston, Janet Tysone (Foreword)|
|Kiadó||Flame Tree Publishing|
|Oldalszám és illusztrációk||192 pages with colour illustrations|