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summary Georges de La Tour and His World 108 ½ [Reading] ➽ Georges de La Tour and His World Author Philip Conisbee – Goproled.co.uk Presents a complete illustrated overview of the work and world of the seventeenth century French painter exploring his development as a painter the contemporary replication of his work and the place o PrEs de PDF UP Presents a complete illustrated overview of the work and world of the seventeenth century French painter exploring his development as a painter the contemporary replication of his work and the place of his art in his time U. This book is wonderful lots of color plates of Georges de LaTour's work as well as that of other artists who influenced him Copiously illustrated scholarly articles throughout the book place LaTour firmly in the history and tradition of art I bought this book to help prepare for a group discussion of David Huddle's novel LaTour Dreams of the Wolf Girl Now I'm just happy to have this book in my home library for the sheer visual and intellectual beauty of it

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S time UPPresents a complete illustrated overview of the work and world of the seventeenth century French painter exploring his development as a painter the contemporary replication of his work and the place of his art in his time Georg. Lovely book and as advertised in very good condition It exceeded expectations

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Georges de La Tour and His WorldPresents a La Tour PDFEPUB #193 complete illustrated overview of the work and world of the seventeenth century French painter exploring his development as a painter the contemporary replication of his work and the place of his art in hi. This is an excellent catalogue from a show in the US which must have passed me by This looks like a top uality catalogue from the time of the exhibition which is to say that there are not uite as many colour illustrations as would be expected from a volume produced within the last few years but that's not to say that there are not plenty there are The scholarship is excellent as is to be expected from an institution such as the one responsible for the publication Plenty of contextual comparisons to contemporaries predecessors and successors and the now obligatory chapter on techniue derived as usual from conservator's micro analyses Which means that if you already understand what they are writing about you'll understand it but it won't help you paint in the de la Tour manner without a lot of external information But better included than left out All in all a really great publication and an absolute bargain