Exhibition catalogue. First English edition. Illustrated in colour throughout. Cloth. Very good in dustjacket. This richly illustrated study of Nicolas Poussin, a great master of the 17th century, accompanies the jointly held exhibition at Grand Palais, Paris (27 September to 2 January 1995), and The Royal Academy, London (19 January to 9 April 1995). The authors present a detailed visual study of 30 paintings, complemented by thematic analysis and including a full chronology, a general bibliography, a complete listing of the museums and collections which contain Poussin's work, and a choice or critical writings ranging from the painter's contemporaries through to the present day. This work is intended both as an exhibition guide and as an independent volume.
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