Great Masters of European Painting

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Harry N. Abrams, 1998 - Art - 560 pages
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This comprehensive survey lays out in chronological progression the lives and works of the artists whose masterpieces make up the history of European painting, from the late Gothic masters of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries to the Cubists and Surrealists of the early twentieth century, to the postmodernists of our own day. In the work of these artists we can observe the great movements of art history - the dawn of the Renaissance, the birth of Realism, and the rise of abstraction. The artists are represented by full-color illustrations of their most important and characteristic paintings, accompanied by concise, authoritative discussions of their life and work.

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Translated from the 1997 French original, Great Masters adds nothing to the understanding of European painting. Not the "comprehensive survey" it claims to be, instead this offers one artist on one ... Read full review

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Ergmann as published numerous articles on art in French journals.

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