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John Virtue: London Paintings John Virtue; Charles Saumarez Smith; Robert Hiscox; Simon Schama; Paul Moorhouse and Colin Wiggins

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ISBN 10: 1857093852 / ISBN 13: 9781857093858
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[FIRST EDITION] London: National Gallery Company, London, 2005. Hardcover in wrap-around illustrated dust jacket. 112 pages illustrated throughout in b/w and (to an extent) color. Sm. 4to in gray cloth. Titled on spine in black and white. Short biography at rear. Very good overall condition in protected jacket, no marks, NOT EX-LIBRARY. (cw). Bookseller Inventory # 22-I6WU-W9T3

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Title: John Virtue: London Paintings John Virtue; ...

Binding: May 11, 2005

Book Condition:Used: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: 1st Edition

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John Virtue was invited to become the sixth National Gallery Associate Artist because of his deep-rooted relationship with the great European landscape tradition that is magnificently represented in the museum’s collection. Working in the National Gallery’s studio, Virtue has made an unprecedented series of large-scale paintings that represent the London cityscape looking towards St. Paul’s and a smaller group showing Trafalgar Square from the roof of the National Gallery. Executed solely in black and white, they are monumental, epic works.This book illustrates all of Virtue’s London paintings and a selection of his drawings. Following an introduction by Charles Saumarez Smith, other contributors explore the artist’s place in both the context of his contemporaries and in the historical tradition of London cityscapes, the connection between Virtue’s earlier work and the paintings and drawings he has made at the National Gallery, and Virtue’s new paintings in the context of his residency at the National Gallery.

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Invited to be National Gallery Associate Artist, John Virtue took up his brush to create an unprecedented series of large-scale paintings of the London cityscape looking toward St. Paul’s and a smaller group showing Trafalgar Square from the Gallery roof. This book presents all of Virtue’s London paintings and a selection of his drawings and discusses his place in the tradition of London cityscapes.

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