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Published by Seeley in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Netherlands.

Subjects:

  • Etching, Dutch -- 17th century,
  • Etchers -- Netherlands

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Laurence Binyon.
SeriesThe Portfolio : artistic monographs ;, [no. 21], Portfolio (Seeley and Co. : 1894) ;, no. 21.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNE2054.2 .B56 1905
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p., [4] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3528982M
LC Control Number82115449

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bradley, William Aspenwall, Dutch landscape etchers of the seventeenth century. New Haven, Yale University Press, "If then," asks Mr. Binyon in his "Dutch Etchers of the Seventeenth Century," " it was actual scenery that Seghers etched, where is that scenery to be found? It is certainly not the Alps, and though one or two plates suggest the Tyrol, the landscape is most like in character to the Karst district on the eastern shores of the Adriatic. DUTCH ETCHERS OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY 55 The etchings, however, though produced so late in life, are neither languid nor feeble. In freshness and vivacity they excel Backhuysen's drawings. It is the same with Zeeman: probably because the etching- needle has so much more capacity for giving the crispness of foam and the sharp lights of.   Dutch etchers of the seventeenth century by Binyon, Laurence, Topics Etching, Dutch, Etchers Publisher London: Seeley Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Brigham Young University Contributor Harold B. Lee Library pages are missing from the book. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number ACL Pages:

This artist was experimenting with the etching process, the results of which look like twenty-first century landscape art! Published in , this is a rare find. This volume could be paired nicely with Reed's "Italian Etchers of the Renaissance & Baroque".Cited by: 1. Dutch Paintings of the Seventeenth Century The emergence of the Dutch school of painting in the early seventeenth century is one of the most extraordinary phenomena in the history of the visual arts. The Netherlands had only recently become a political entity and was still suffering from the effects of a long and arduous war against Spain. Dutch Paintings of the Seventeenth Century Published Ap Generated Ap An Old Woman Dozing over a Book Portrait of a Lady Metsu, Gabriel The Intruder Dutch Paintings of the Seventeenth Century A History of the Dutch Painting Collection at the National Gallery of Art. In his first book, Dutch Etchers of the Seventeenth Century, was published. In that same year, Binyon moved into the Museum's Department of Prints and Drawings, under Campbell Dodgson. In , Binyon became its Assistant Keeper, and in he was made the Keeper of the new Sub-Department of Oriental Prints and Drawings.

Pages in category "Dutch etchers" The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). While nearly a century later Gotthold Lessing was to write, “bodies are the peculiar objects of painting” and “actions the peculiar subjects of poetry,” 35 Dutch seventeenth-century portrait painters took time implied by movement as their subject, with moving and memorable : Ann Jensen Adams. In his earliest book, Dutch Etchers of the Seventeenth Century, was published. In that same year, Binyon moved into the Museum's Department of Prints and Drawings, under Campbell Dodgson. [1] In , Binyon became its Assistant Keeper, and in he was made the Keeper of the new Sub-Department of Oriental Prints and Drawings. Robert Laurence Binyon, CH (10 August – 10 March ) was an English poet, dramatist and art scholar. His most famous work, For the Fallen, is well known for being used in Remembrance Sunday services. Pre-war life Laurence Binyon was born in Lancaster, Lancashire, England. His parents were Frederick Binyon, and Mary Dockray. Mary’s father, Robert Benson .