Yale University Press
Softcover | 21.59 x 1.27 x 27.31 cm | 48 pp
Yale University Press | 2004 | 9781857093155
This introduction to El Greco (1541-1614) was published to coincide with the El Greco exhibition at the National Gallery, London (11th February - 23rd May, 2004).
The book follows the artist from his native island to Venice, Rome, Madrid, and then Toledo, the ecclesiastical capital of Spain. El Greco's ability to assimilate different artistic techniques and approaches to religion and philosophy enabled him to develop one of the most original styles of painting in the history of Europe. Despite his highly successful career he was unappreciated for centuries after his death, and this book examines how his genius was rediscovered in the nineteenth century.
Orders are normally shipped within two working days.
We have four shipping rates based on the overall weight of the order.
Light - £1.95
Standard - £3.95
Heavy - £5.95
FREE - Orders of £75 or more
The rate is calculated at checkout
Orders are despatched within 2 working days.
Delivery normally within 2 days of despatching.
If you require faster delivery please email us.
For shipping to destinations outside the UK please email us to request a quote.