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An anthology of essays and reviews by the eminent art historian and writer, Edward Lucie-Smith. The articles cover a broad span, from the Italian Renaissance of Giotto and Antonello da Messina, Leonardo, and Michelangelo, progressing to Rubens, Velázquez, and Ingres, with essays on William Hogarth, John Constable, and John Everett Millais for British art. With the experience of his landmark publications on modern art, which remain in print, the author sweeps the listener on a fabulous journey of perception, disclosing the strands that bind the continuum of classic and contemporary art.
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- Jerry G
Greatly informative & perfect for a long road trip
I wasn't sure that I would enjoy a book of art reviews but each short piece was informative and fun. The narrator was perfect, lively and engaging. We listened to the whole book on a road trip and it made the time just fly. We were sorry when it ended and we had more miles to go without Misters Lucie-Smith and Barber to keep us company.
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