Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1989 - 286 pages
Substantive essays examine the world of seventeenth-century Spain and the path that Velazquez followed in his courtly and artistic career; with assessments of each of the pictures, comparative illustrations of all of the artist's major works and representative paintings by his contemporaries.
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This sumptuous book is the catalog for the once-in-a-lifetime U.S. exhibition of the 17th-century Spanish artist frequently called the greatest painter of all time. The gorgeous reproductions ... Read full review