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Dulwich Picture Gallery

Works: 386 works in 1,015 publications in 3 languages and 14,711 library holdings
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Roles: isb, Other, Organizer of meeting, Editor, his, Publisher, Collector, 475, Owner, sht, Contributor
Classifications: N1045, 759.2
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Gerrit Dou, 1613-1675 : master painter in the age of Rembrandt by Ronni Baer( Book )

9 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 551 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Gerrit Dou, Rembrandt's first pupil, was lauded at an early age by his contemporaries as a model for other painters. His works, sought by collectors throughout Europe, fetched extremely high prices well into the eighteenth century. By the mid-nineteenth century, however, Dou's reputation had fallen into eclipse, and the works of a master whose fame had once equaled that of Rembrandt appeared only rarely, if at all, in exhibitions of Dutch art. In the last thirty years scholars have begun to reevaluate the artistic achievement of Gerrit Dou. This book, which accompanies the first international exhibition devoted exclusively to Dou's works, provides an opportunity to reassess the artist's achievements."--Jacket
Shakespeare in art by Jane Martineau( Book )

8 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 516 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Shakespeare in Art' looks at the huge variety of painters who made Shakespeare's extremes of passion, his evocations of nature, his spirit world and his eternally familiar characters the subjects of their own work. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the history of Western culture
Winslow Homer : poet of the sea by Winslow Homer( Book )

9 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 428 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Organised by geographic location, this book reveals Homer's keen ability to capture the quintessence of nature, from the raw coast of Maine to the balmy shores of the Caribbean, through his remarkable capacity to adapt materials and techniques to the locale. The works assembled simultaneously capture the unique landscape of their geographic settings, issues of pictorial representation in general, and the universality of man's relationship to the sea." "Through a series of essays by distinguished European and American scholars, Winslow Homer: Poet of the Sea offers a fresh exploration of the American master and his life-long proccupation with the sea"--Jacket
Canaletto in England : a Venetian artist abroad, 1746-1755 by Charles Beddington( Book )

9 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 420 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book focuses on Canaletto in England, reproducing the views of London he painted while there as well as the Italian and imaginary views he painted in response to the vigorous demands of his patrons." "The book, which also serves as the catalogue of an exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art and Dulwich Picture Gallery, offers a full study of Canaletto's English period along with detailed catalogue entries for about fifty paintings and twenty drawings. The works depict such landmarks as St. Paul's Cathedral, Somerset House, and Westminster Bridge as well as inventive scenes in which the artist playfully reorganizes a view or places a familiar element in an unexpected location."--Jacket
The golden age of watercolours : the Hickman Bacon collection by Eric Shanes( Book )

10 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 346 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Watercolour flourished as an artistic medium in late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century England. Its transparency afforded both rich colour and exact tonal control, while its portability, speed of drying and relative technical ease permitted direct contact with nature, as well as great expressivity. The spontaneity of watercolour made it the perfect medium for capturing the fleeting light and weather effects of Britain, and, because of it, there arose a group of painters who put English art on the global cultural map." "These 'Golden Age' watercolourists included John Robert Cozens, Thomas Girtin, J.M.W. Turner, John Sell Cotman, David Cox and Peter de Wint. Cozens expanded the spatial breadth and character of landscape images, influencing both Girtin and Turner. Turner used watercolour to search for future images, producing a body of work that prefigures abstract painting. For Cotman, watercolour permitted a highly lucid method of representing reality, while it allowed Cox great expressiveness and de Wint the ability to find his imagery within the very act of painting itself. Such later artists as Louis Francia, Richard Parkes Bonington, Thomas Shotter Boys, William James Miller and John Frederick Lewis equally employed watercolour in the most virtuosic ways possible."--Jacket
Italy in the age of Turner : "the garden of the world" by Cecilia Powell( Book )

10 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 338 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Published to accompany exhibition of same title at Dulwich Picture Gallery London, 4 March-24 May 1998. This book brings together the work of British painters exploring Italy in Turner's lifetime, drawing extensively on letters and journals
William Beckford, 1760-1844 : an eye for the magnificent by Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts( Book )

3 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 303 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

British collector William Beckford helped to define many of the parameters of 19th-century collecting. This text describes his flamboyant personality & unconventional life & discusses fine works of art that were once part of his legendary collection
Murillo : scenes of childhood by Xanthe Brooke( Book )

11 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 296 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Here, for the first time Murillo's pictures of childhood are collected together, demonstrating how the artist's own experiences as a member of the Brotherhood of Charity, which distributed bread to the starving of Seville, invested his paintings of street children with first-hand knowledge of their lives and genuine compassion for their plight. The Catholic Church promoted the notion that the rich needed the poor in order to be able to perform acts of charity for them and thus attain grace. The crop failures of the 1670s and the resultant famine made the middle and upper classes of the city more conscious than ever of its vast population of the dispossessed. Murillo's paintings often feature apparently well-nourished though grubby children relishing fruits and tarts: part of his artistic mission was to encourage acts of charity towards the poor, and the sympathy and affection that his paintings are intended to provoke in the viewer are often designed to assist this aim."--Jacket
Rembrandt to Gainsborough : masterpieces from Dulwich Picture Gallery by Ian A. C Dejardin( Book )

9 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 271 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Founded in 1811, Dulwich Picture Gallery was England's first public museum. The gallery is home to one of the most important collections of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century art in the world, including works by Rembrandt, Rubens, and Van Dyck; Poussin and Watteau; Tiepolo and Canaletto; Murillo and Velazquez; and Hogarth and Gainsborough, among many others. Ninety masterpieces of the Baroque and Rococo periods are illustrated and discussed in this publication, which features some of the finest of the gallery's holdings."--Jacket
John Piper in the 1930s : abstraction on the beach by David Fraser Jenkins( Book )

5 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 269 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"John Piper was one of the leading Modernist artists of the twentieth century whose work was not only at the forefront of artistic developments but also appealed directly to a wide public. Marking the centenary of Piper's birth in 1903, this book dramatically uncovers the various shifts in his early career while working largely on the south coast of England, from a lyrical, painterly style and lively use of collage, inspired by Picasso and Braque, into pure abstraction, in keeping with International Modernism. The second half of the 1930s saw the order and harmony of Piper's work unsettled by the onset of war, and with it a return to representation in an attempt to find a contemporary idiom with which to express his romantic love of the past. The tension between abstraction and realism in Piper's work of the period is engagingly told and stunningly illustrated in this, the first in-depth exploration of the artist's formative years."--Jacket
Palaces of art : art galleries in Britain, 1790-1990 by Giles Waterfield( Book )

16 editions published in 1991 in English and Undetermined and held by 266 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Graham Sutherland : landscapes, war scenes, portraits, 1924-1950 by Graham Vivian Sutherland( Book )

8 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 263 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book revisits a major figure from a somewhat neglected generation which dominated the British art scene in the 1930s and 1940s. Focusing on the period from the mid-1930s - when Sutherland established his identity as a modern painter - to the 1950s, when his influence began to wane, it portrays the types of work that gave rise to a widespread consensus amongst fellow artists and critics that Sutherland was the most exciting and compelling voice in contemporary British painting." "This long-overdue and much-requested exhibition and accompanying catalogue (there has not been a substantial Sutherland show in London since 1982) comprises 85 oils and works on paper drawn from public and private collections throughout the UK, and offers a selective interpretation of his painting rather than the usual career retrospective."--Jacket
Salvator Rosa by Helen Langdon( Book )

5 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 239 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This catalogue draws on recent scholarship and adopts a thematic approach that will deepen our understanding of the different genres of painting to which Rosa made so fundamental a contribution. It aims to reveal afresh both the variety and quality of his art, and to set it within a seventeenth-century context. The detailed catalogue entries, and introductions to each theme, are preceded by a critical biography of Salvator Rosa (Helen Langdon), a discussion of the way Rosa saw the potential of seventeenth-century art exhibitions and used them to promote his art (Xavier F. Salomon) and an exploration of the relationship of his paintings to the world of theatre and music and to the literary culture of the academics (Caterina Volpi) --Book Jacket
An American in London : Whistler and the Thames by Margaret F MacDonald( Book )

3 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 226 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In the 1860s and 1870s Whistler produced a body of work based on the Thames. Pivotal to his career, this beautiful group of paintings, prints and drawings permits a detailed examination of his approach to composition, subject and technique. The earliest paintings, notably Brown and Silver: Old Battersea Bridge, produced soon after his arrival in London, mark one of his most profound and successful challenges to the art establishment of the time. As well as allowing a detailed study of the evolution of an artist, these works show the Thames under contrasting climatic conditions, from Chelsea in Ice to the lovely Nocturn: Grey and Gold - Westminster Bridge, which depicts the deep blue of warm summer evenings. They bring to life Victorian London: the workers and women who frequented the Thames-side wharves and pubs, the shipping that thronged the Pool, the barges that navigated the perilous passage under the bridges, and the steamboats and ferries crowded with daytrippers. The Nocturns of the 1870s mark an important breakthrough in Whistler's art: his shift from French Realism to sophisticated harmony, based on mood and atmosphere, but still rooted in a literal rendering of the Thames waterside. The famous Blue and Gold - Old Battersea Bridge is the culmination of his bridge paintings; here the influence of Japanese prints reached its fullest form. This comprehensive and handsomely illustrated study presents the definitive examples of Whistler's radical new aesthetic approach to the time-honoured subject of the city and river. In addition, the works reveal to us his world - the exhibitions, the personalities, the buildings, the style, and the atmosphere which inform his art and root this American cosmopolitan securely in the ranks of artists inspired by London and the Thames
Vanessa Bell by Vanessa Bell( Book )

3 editions published in 2017 in English and held by 215 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This accompanying publication showcases the oil paintings, photographs, ceramics, fabrics, decorative screens and works on paper of Vanessa Bell in a stunning display of her vibrant and wide-ranging talent. Long overshadowed by the complexity of her family life and romantic entanglements, the editors assess Bell in the context of her relationship with sister, Virginia Woolf, and as muse and confidant to Roger Fry and Duncan Grant, but ultimately present an intrepid artist deserving of fresh consideration
Poussin : works on paper : drawings from the collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Martin Clayton( Book )

8 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 206 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book is a catalogue of the drawings by Poussin and his circle in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle - one of the world's most important holdings of drawings by Poussin, with a provenance that goes back to the collections of the artist's friends and patrons. It accompanies a traveling exhibition of sixty-five Poussin drawings that will be seen at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, as part of the celebrations of the 400th anniversary of Poussin's birth
Hockney, printmaker by David Hockney( Book )

6 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 191 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In 1954, a 16-year-old student at the Bradford College of Art opted to study lithography as part of the National Diploma in Design. His first effort, a small self-portrait printed only in a handful of impressions, marks the beginning of one of the longest and most diverse careers in modern printmaking. By turns traditional and groundbaking, over six decades David Hockney has created graphic works of great wit, beauty of great wit, beauty and intellectual complexity. This book features over 150 works, from etchings executed at the Royal College of Art in the 1960s, to experiments with printed computer drawings some 50 years later, via portraits, pools, poetry, Xeroxes and investigations into a multi-point perspective
Henry Moore at Dulwich Picture Gallery by Henry Moore( Book )

3 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 188 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Henry Moore, one of the best known British modern masters, used a number of different forms of media to express his work. From tiny pebble carvings to massive bronze sculptures or working sketches to finished drawings, this book explores the full range of his artistic achievements
Painting Canada : Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven by Tom Thomson( Book )

7 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 187 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In early twentieth-century Toronto, Canada, the first stirrings of a new movement of painting were being felt. A group of artists started to engage with the awesome Canadian wilderness, a landscape previously considered too wild and untamed to inspire true art. Leading the way was Tom Thomson. In little more than three years of electrifying creativity before his premature death in 1917 he formulated an artistic language that captured the unique qualities of the Canadian landscape. Three years later his friends--Lawren Harris, J.E.H. MacDonald, Arthur Lismer, Frederick Varley, Frank Johnston, Franklin Carmichael and A.Y. Jackson--formed the Group of Seven. They built on Thomson's legacy to produce a landscape style that to this day influences the way Canadians visualise their country, and their paintings are national icons in Canada. This book tells of the Group's collective quest to depict Canada in paint. It recounts their beginnings, the challenges they faced and the remarkable and often extreme journeys they undertook in search of new subject matter. Essays explore the artists' relationship with the Arctic north, and analyse Thomson's art through the prism of the prevalent scientific theories of the day. A fresh, European perspective on these Canadians is offered in essays exploring their links with Scandinavian art and European expressionism. Beautifully illustrated with over 120 colour reproductions of their work, and maps indicating the geographical range covered by this selection of paintings, this book offers an insight into the history of this important--yet little-known in Europe--artistic movement."--Publisher's website
Sargent : the watercolours by Richard Ormond( Book )

6 editions published in 2017 in English and held by 185 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

John Singer Sargent's work in watercolor was unorthodox. He overturned traditional contemporary compositional standards and avoided the obviously picturesque, developing an audacious and sophisticated technique, an expression of his personal modern aesthetic. He ignored the celebrated panoramas of Venice and the traditional description of landscape; instead his watercolors challenged the viewer with unconventional angles, confrontational poses and geometric forms. This engaging volume takes a fresh look at Sargent's idiosyncratic view of the world through some of his most beguiling watercolors. These works are deeply personal and immensely appealing. Exhibition: Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, United Kingdom (21.06. - 08.10.2017)
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WorldCat IdentitiesRelated Identities
Gerrit Dou, 1613-1675 : master painter in the age of Rembrandt
Shakespeare in artWinslow Homer : poet of the seaCanaletto in England : a Venetian artist abroad, 1746-1755The golden age of watercolours : the Hickman Bacon collectionItaly in the age of Turner : "the garden of the world"William Beckford, 1760-1844 : an eye for the magnificentMurillo : scenes of childhoodRembrandt to Gainsborough : masterpieces from Dulwich Picture Gallery
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