0300025513 196pp. 1981. First edition. A very good, clean, tight copy in like wrapper. The text supported by numerous photographic reproductions of the artists' work - some in colour. Original publisher's brown cloth - gilt embossed to the spine. Ink gift inscription to the front end paper. A light bump to one corner at the head of the spine. The wrapper has not been price-clipped. There is a very slight chip to the tail of the rear flap of the wrapper. A short tear to the head of the front panel of the wrapper - around 8mm in length - now expertly repaired and bearly noticable. A very good, clean, tight copy in like wrapper. Shipping from the UK. Bookseller Inventory # 229078
Synopsis: During the fifteenth century drawing developed from a subsidiary role in the production of finished paintings to an art form in its own right. In this beautiful book, Francis Ames-Lewis examines the works of the major draughtsmen of the century -- Pisanello, Jacopo Bellini, Pollaiuolo, Ghirlandaio, Carpaccio, and Leonardo -- in order to discuss the new types of drawing that evolved.
About the Author:
Francis Ames-Lewis is lecturer in the history of art at Birkbeck College, University of London.
Title: Drawing in Early Renaissance Italy
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication Date: 1981
Binding: Brown Cloth
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description Yale University Press, 1981. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Large 8vo. xi, 196pp. 8 color plates. 182 text-illus. Original cloth, slightly stained. Dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # Y17070186