I particularly love the work of northern European artists of the fifteenth to seventeenth centuries.
A new arrival, this beautiful book which reminds us of the work and influence of Rogier van der Weyden, accompanied an exhibition held at the Leuven Museum in 2009. An added pleasure are the superb colour reproductions.
A beautiful volume which focuses on the innovative lighting techniques found in the work of the Utrecht school of painters.
- Waanders, 2008
This catalogue of an exhibition held at the Dulwich Picture Gallery provides an interesting study of the work of a talented family of artists: Salomon De Bray and his sons Jan, Joseph and Dirck. From their workshop in Haarlem, they produced a variety of works – religious subjects, landscapes and portraits.
- Royal Academy of Arts, 2005
Van Ruisdael is recognised as one of the leading Dutch landscape artists of his day. Also part of a family of artists, his dramatic and varied landscapes are beautifully reproduced in this volume.