Velazquez

Dawson W.C

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ISBN: 978-1-85709-303-2
Внешнее покрытие издания: в пер.
Язык текста: англ.
Фамилия автора в заголовке: Dawson
Инициалы автора (личного имени (имен)): W.C
Код отношений (роль соавтора в издании): 070 Автор
Основное заглавие: Velazquez
Сведения, относящиеся к заглавию: альбом
Первые сведения об ответственности: W.C Dawson
Место издания: UK
Издатель: Yale UP
Дата издания: 2008
Объем издания (количество страниц): 255
Другие уточнения физических характеристик: цв. ил.
Высота, см.: 31
Полная форма имени (имен) и отчества: Carr
Индекс УДК: 75
Статус записи (Тип информации): В наличии
Суперобложка: v
Ширина, см: 25
Толщина, см: 2,5
Вес в граммах: 1755
Артикул: 1716880

Описание

Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez (1599-1660) was born in Seville, Spain, the oldest of six children. He has come to be recognised as one of the very greatest painters, with an extraordinary ability to observe and record visual experience, whether rendering genre paintings, history scenes or portraits. Velazquez's career can be characterised as a lifelong examination of the relationship of painting to nature, in which brushwork takes a leading role. As he developed, he realised ever-greater physical and psychological naturalism with progressively more pronounced and elegant brushstrokes, attaining miraculous effects of illusion with an astounding, abbreviated technique based on the implication rather than the elaboration of detail. This book explores Velazquez's almost universal popularity. Accompanying a major exhibition at the National Gallery, London, it contextualises the artist's work and discusses his influence. Manet famously called him 'the painter's painter', and this book seeks to explain how, and why, his minimalist, elegant compositions resonate so strongly with our Post-Impressionist sensibilities. Written by world-class Velazquez scholars, the book surveys the artist's entire career, from his studies in Seville and Italy to his final great works at the court of Philip IV.