This Poussin exhibition may not have attracted the same publicity as the recent “Late Rembrandt”, but this book is a milestone in art history, and an excellent reference in its own right.
It is hard to understand why traditional publishers are so recalcitrant in making electronic editions worth their comparatively high prices.
I am sure that some of the 22,000 tablets in the library of the kings of Assyria at […]
“Inventing Impressionism. Paul Durand-Ruel and the Modern Art Market” Edited by Sylvie Patrie; contributions by Anne Robbins, Christopher […]
“The Cambridge History of Painting in the Classical World” edited by JJ Pollitt Cambridge, March/April 2015 Hardback, 22.5 […]
“Akademie X: Lessons in Art + Life” by Marina Abramovič and others Phaeton Press, February 2015 Paperback (novelty […]
“Lonely Planet’s Instant Expert. A Visual Guide to the Skills You’ve Always Wanted.” by Nigel Holmes Lonely Planet […]