New Haven, Conn: Yale University Press, 2005. Softbound. VG+/VG+. Color illustrated glossy dustjacket over black cloth. 333, (3) pp., profusely illustrated mostly in color. Text is entirely in English. This masterful examination of the life & work of Juan van der Hamen y Leon (1596-1631) serves as a powerful lens for viewing the 1620s from a novel perspective, one that recovers it as one of the most creative & dynamic periods of foment of the entire 17th century. Van der Hamen is well-known to lovers of Golden Age painting in Spain as oneof the most famous & prolific still-life painters of that century. This volume extends his reputation to include portraits, allegories, landscapes, flower paintings & large-scale religious works executed for churches & convents in the vicinities of Madrid & Toledo. Notes, Checklist, Bibliography, Index of Names. This exhibition was shown in Spain and in Texas.
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