Roman Baroque drawings c.1620 to c.1700, Volume 1

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British Museum, 1999 - Art - 294 pages
The British Museum houses a wealth of Roman Baroque drawings by many of the masters - Bernini, Pietro da Cortona, Domenichino, Lanfranco and Maratti. The works of these, as well as many minor artists, are catalogue and illustrated in this two volume set. The collection is particularly strong in finished compositional studies and figure drawings.

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Drawings by artists working in Rome in the sixteenth century supplement to Pouncey and Gere 1962 and Gere and Pouncey 1983
Copies and drawings of only slight interest

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About the author (1999)

Nicholas Turner, an independent art historian, was formerly Keeper in the British Museum's Department of Prints and Drawings and Curator of Drawings at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Jean Goldman is a scholar specializing in Italian Renaissance and Baroque art.