Book Finder
    
 
> Art > Artists & Musicians & A-Z > Quercia Jacopo della
 

Jacopo Della Quercia: Volume 1
James Beck
0231076843
November 1992
Hardcover
·
 
From Library Journal
Beck (art history, Columbia) expands and develops his 1963 dissertation on the 15th-century Italian sculptor, providing a full consideration of his personality and works. This is the complete treatment of the artist which Charles Seymour's Jacopo della Quercia (Yale Univ. Pr., 1973), the last monograph in English, did not aim to be. Drawing on anniversary publications and later research, and publishing extensive original documents fully, Beck gives us a vivid picture of a sculptor who rose above localities to become a major artist in Lucca, Siena, and Bologna. The photographs are smaller than in Seymour, but mostly crisp and clear. Essential for art history and general art collections.- Jack Perry Brown, Art Inst. of Chicago Lib.Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the...


Jacopo Della Quercia: Volume 2
James Beck
023107686X
November 1992
Hardcover
·
 
From Library Journal
Beck (art history, Columbia) expands and develops his 1963 dissertation on the 15th-century Italian sculptor, providing a full consideration of his personality and works. This is the complete treatment of the artist which Charles Seymour's Jacopo della Quercia (Yale Univ. Pr., 1973), the last monograph in English, did not aim to be. Drawing on anniversary publications and later research, and publishing extensive original documents fully, Beck gives us a vivid picture of a sculptor who rose above localities to become a major artist in Lucca, Siena, and Bologna. The photographs are smaller than in Seymour, but mostly crisp and clear. Essential for art history and general art collections.- Jack Perry Brown, Art Inst. of Chicago Lib.Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the...


Jacopo Della Querica: TwoVolume Set
James Beck
0231072007
November 1992
Hardcover
·
 
From Library Journal
Beck (art history, Columbia) expands and develops his 1963 dissertation on the 15th-century Italian sculptor, providing a full consideration of his personality and works. This is the complete treatment of the artist which Charles Seymour's Jacopo della Quercia (Yale Univ. Pr., 1973), the last monograph in English, did not aim to be. Drawing on anniversary publications and later research, and publishing extensive original documents fully, Beck gives us a vivid picture of a sculptor who rose above localities to become a major artist in Lucca, Siena, and Bologna. The photographs are smaller than in Seymour, but mostly crisp and clear. Essential for art history and general art collections.- Jack Perry Brown, Art Inst. of Chicago Lib.Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.

  ©BookFinder USA LLC.
  All rights reserved.