Description - The Later Flemish Pictures in the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen by Christopher White
This Royal Collection contains one of the finest and most varied collections of Old Master paintings in the world. In this major new catalogue Sir Christopher White presents 147 works by a number of Flemish artists who were active principally in the seventeenth century. No catalogue of this area of the Collection has until now been available. The catalogue opens with a detailed account of the growth of the collection from the early Stuarts to the reign of Queen Victoria. Particular attention is given to Charles I's close relations with Rubens, and since later members of the royal family also made important acquisitions, the full range of Rubens' practice is covered by the catalogue: there are works entirely by his hand as well as works carried out with known collaborators or with the help of his studio.An outstandingly good group of genre paintings by David Teniers the Younger many acquired by George IV is examined and illustrated, and paintings by Jan Brueghel, Gonzalez Coques, Frans Francken, Frans Snyders, Karl Philips Spierincks and Jan Wildens round out the collection.
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(299mm x 246mm x 39mm)
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Author Biography - Christopher White
Professor Sir Christopher White, KCVO, FBA, is a former Director of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, and the author of two Royal Collection catalogues - Dutch Pictures (1982) and Dutch and Flemish Drawings (jointly, in 1994). His monograph on Rubens appeared in 1987, and a second edition of his study of Rembrandt's etchings was published in 1999.