223 pp. 102 colour illustrations. 218 b/w figures. Published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name organized by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam 30 June - 30 September, 2001. Texts include contributions by Peter Schatborn and Judith Verberne with notes and bibliography. Internall clean without marks or additions. Unread retail store copy with sound binding. Slight soiling to the tail edge from shelving otherwise in very good condition. Orange cloth covered boards with blind stamped titles on the front panel and printed titles on the backstrip. Colour illustrated dustjacket is protected by clear plastic book wrap. Large heavy book, due to weight (1.45 kg/3.19 lbs + packaging) additional shipping charges are required. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory #
Synopsis: In the 16th and 17th centuries Italy acted like a magnet to artists from Northern Europe. They went to draw the classical monuments and the landscape, and to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of the Renaissance. Back in the Low Countries, they used the impressions they had absorbed during their stay in the south in their paintings, drawings, and prints.
Drawn to Warmth presents the first representative survey of drawings by these artists. An account of their travels and their adventures in Italy accompanies illustrations of many of the works they made there. There are examples by Paul Bril, Cornelis Poelenburch, Jan Aselijn, Jan Both, among others. Many of these drawings appear in print for the first time. The book also looks at a number of artists who did not themselves go to Italy, but who were inspired by their more widely traveled colleagues in the Netherlands.
About the Author: Peter Schatborn is a curator at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
Title: Drawn to Warmth : 17th Century Dutch Artists...
Publisher: Waanders Publishers / Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Publication Date: 2001
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: Exhibition Catalogue
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