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‎[Georges de la Tour] - ‎ ‎Conisbee, Philip (with essays by Jean-Pierre Cuzin et al)‎

Reference : 057125

(1996)

ISBN : 0300069480

‎Georges de la Tour and his World‎

‎Conisbee, Philip (with essays by Jean-Pierre Cuzin et al): Georges de la Tour and his World. Exhibition: Washington, National Gallery of Art, 1996. 319pp with 150 colour plates and 40 monochrome illustrations. Cloth. 31x24.5cms. A complete, illustrated overview of de La Tour's work and times, with essays including 'Gamblers, Cheats, and Fortune-Tellers', 'La Tour Seen from the North: Observations on La Tour's Style and the Chronoology of his Works', and 'Lorraine in the Time of Georges de la Tour'. With appendix (La Tour and Autoradiography) bibliography, index of works.‎


‎A complete, illustrated overview of de La Tour's work and times, with essays including 'Gamblers, Cheats, and Fortune-Tellers', 'La Tour Seen from the North: Observations on La Tour's Style and the Chronoology of his Works', and 'Lorraine in the Time of Georges de la Tour'. With appendix (La Tour and Autoradiography) bibliography, index of works.‎

Thomas Heneage Art Books - Londres

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