Art and the Religious Image in El Greco’s Italy
236 pages, 21.2 x 26 cm , 1162 g.
Art and the Religious Image in El Greco’s Italy
Was €79.95 €25.00
Including VAT, plus Shipping
Transit time: 2 to 6 business days (worldwide)
»Art and the Religious Image in El Greco’s Italy« is the first book-length examination of the early career of one of the early modern period’s most notoriously misunderstood figures.

Born around 1541, Domenikos Theotokopoulos began his career as an icon painter on the island of Crete. He is best known, under the name “El Greco,” for the works he created while in Spain, paintings that have provoked both rapt admiration and scornful disapproval since his death in 1614. But the nearly ten years he spent in Venice and Rome, from 1567 to 1576, have remained underexplored until now.

Andrew Casper’s examination of this period allows us to gain a proper understanding of El Greco’s entire career and reveals much about the tumultuous environment for religious painting after the Council of Trent.
PublisherPennsylvania State University Press
Author(s)Andrew R. Casper
Article IDart-45347


Other books with these keywords:

Les peintres flamands de l'Ermitage
€38.00 €10.00  
Artiste et Créateur
€180.00 €19.95  
(Deutsche Ausgabe)
€11.90 €5.99  
€11.90 €5.99  
(Deutsche Ausgabe)
(English edition)
€50.00 €25.00  
Catálogo razonado y crítico – Volumen I | Los conjuntos y el obrador – Volumen II
€300.00 €150.00  
Carnets d'Expo (Decouvertes Hors-Series)
€9.90 €4.95