Claude Lorrain: The Enchanted Landscape
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011 - Art - 216 pages
Claude Lorrain (1604-82) is known as the father of European landscape painting. This book, which accompanies a major exhibition of Claude's work at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford and the Stadel Museum, Frankfurt, sets out to re-appraise his work and look at it through fresh eyes.
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Adam Elsheimer Agostino Tassi appears artist Ascanius ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM background Baldinucci Bettini Black chalk British Museum brown ink brown wash centre chalk with pen Chambers Hall Claude Lorrain Claude’s Claude’s etchings Claude’s paintings Claudio composition Country Dance drypoint Elsheimer etching Etching and drypoint example executed ﬁg ﬁgures ﬁnal ﬁne ﬁnished Fireworks series ﬁrst ﬁve foreground Frankfurt Galleries in 18 Gellée Goffredo Wals Harbour Scene identiﬁed Inscribed Kitson Kruger Kupferstichkabinett Landscape with Brigands later Liber Veritatis light London lower right Mannocci Michael Kitson motif Oil on canvas OXFORD Paris pen and brown Petit Palais plate Pope Urban VI Préaud Presented by Chambers presumably printmaking probably pulled reﬂects reworked Roethlisberger Roma Roman Rome Sandrart series of twelve sheet sketchbook Spagna speciﬁc Städel Städel Museum studies technique theme tower trees Trustees twelve numbered University Galleries verso white body colour white paper Whiteley