- Full Description
Alma-Tadema, known as "the painter of Victorians in Togas," received the present-day equivalent of $250,000 per canvas, yet was almost forgotten within a few years of his death. He has been the subject of several important exhibitions on both sides of the Atlantic in recent years. Many B&W illustrations and 32 color plates display Tadema's technical brilliance as a painter of light and beauty.
Note: This is an out of print, used and/or rare item. Very Fine. Small creases on the top of the dust jacket. There's a bit of thumbing.
- Additional Information
Item Code RB1283 Publisher Charles Scribner's Sons Publish Date 1977 ISBN 0684153041 Print Status Out of Print Condition Very Fine. Small creases on the top of the dust jacket. There's a bit of thumbing. Binding Hard Cover Dimensions 9x12 # Pages 144pg Color Text/b&w