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eBook Early Sea Painters 1660-1730 epub

by F. B. Cockett

eBook Early Sea Painters 1660-1730 epub
  • ISBN: 1851492305
  • Author: F. B. Cockett
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Dist (January 30, 2006)
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • ePUB size: 1615 kb
  • FB2 size 1195 kb
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Published by The Antique Collectors Club in 1999 this is the 2006 reprint. An introduction to a group of early marine painters working in England between about 1660 and 1730, of whom relatively little is known

Published by The Antique Collectors Club in 1999 this is the 2006 reprint. An introduction to a group of early marine painters working in England between about 1660 and 1730, of whom relatively little is known. Marine painting began in England with the arrival of the van de Veldes (father and son) from Holland in 1673.

Early Sea Painters, 1660-1730. This is a unique introduction to a fascinating group of early marine painters working in England between about 1660 and 1730, of whom relatively little is known

Early Sea Painters, 1660-1730. This is a unique introduction to a fascinating group of early marine painters working in England between about 1660 and 1730, of whom relatively little is known. Marine paintings really began in England with the arrival of the Van de Veldes (father and son) from Holland in 1673. They established a studio of British marine painting which was such a success that additional assistants were taken on.

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Title: Early Sea Painters 1660-1730. Description: Woodbridge 1995, 142 pp. English text, 60 colour plates &47 monochrome plates, cloth. The group who worked in England under the shadow of the Van de Veldes

Title: Early Sea Painters 1660-1730. The group who worked in England under the shadow of the Van de Veldes. A unique introduction to a relatively unknown but fascinating group of sea painters: Isaac Sailmaker, Jacob Knyff, . van Beecq, Adrian van Diest, . Man, R. Vale and Lorenzo A. Castro and 6 other rarer painters. Keywords: Price: EUR 3. 0 appr. US$ 4. 6 Seller: Scriptum Art Books .

Cockett, Early Sea Painters, 1660-1730, Antique Collectors' Club, Woodbridge, 1995, p. 49, no. 19. Lot Essay. Named for Charles II's mistress Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland, the Royal Yacht Cleveland was designed by Surveyor Deane and built under his direction at Portsmouth in 1671.

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This is a unique introduction to a fascinating group of early marine painters working in England between about 1660 and 1730, of whom relatively little is known. Marine paintings really began in England with the arrival of the Van de Veldes (father and son) from Holland in 1673. They established a studio of British marine painting which was such a success that additional assistants were taken on. The Van de Veldes so dominated the world of marine painting that work by other attractive and competent marine artists working in England at the time received little attention. This relatively unknown group, which is the real subject of this important book, included Isaac Sailmaker, Jacob Knyff, J.K.D. van Beecq, Adrian van Diest, L. Castro, L.D. Man and H. and R. Vale. Pictures by these painters have been appearing in British sale rooms more frequently and their work is increasingly sought after by collectors. The book's wealth of fine illustration is included to demonstrate a particular painter's range
Comments: (2)
Abuseyourdna
I bought a used copy of this solely for the paintings of ships from this era, and I was very pleased with the images. The book has lots of full color reproductions with remarkable detail and clarity. The author's comments on the paintings give insights into their accuracies and inaccuracies, and many interesting historical tidbits on the ships depicted.

The prose is a bit dry, and can be overly wordy in the way academic texts tend to be. The discussions of the painters' lives are scholarly and clearly represent a massive amount of research by the author, but the biographical details of the painters focuses more on what schools they belonged to than any dramatic events in their lives.

Overall, this book is a great way to explore the visual majesty of ships from a time before photography, and learn some interesting things about the historical context of the art of painting ships.
MrCat
I'm very happy with this volume on early marine painting - I think a good purchase for one's marine painting/maritime history library!
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