VAN DYCK & BRITAIN
Leading art historians, curators, and critics explore Anthony van Dyck's enduring influence on British art and culture in the centuries following his death, reflected in the way that 18th-, 19th-, and early 20th-century British sitters wanted their portraits to convey the gravitas and sophistication the earlier painter had mastered so well. Well illustrated in color.
Size: 9½x12 inches
Item #: 2792028
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