5 edition of Scottish Painting found in the catalog.
William R. Hardie
July 1991 by Sterling Pub Co Inc .
Written in English
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Its main emphasis is on painting and the graphic arts, and its scope clearly establishes the place of visual art in Scottish culture. Placing in perspective the impact of the Reformation and the richness of late medieval art, the book then follows the growth of art in the new Protestant culture through Scottish Painting book 17th century/5(2).
I was then pleasantly surprised to see that the book was an overview of Scottish art from the Neolithic period to the present. Scotland was influenced by many cultures, starting with its Celtic roots, while adding Roman, French, Viking, and Dutch flavors.
The Celtic designs continue to show themselves over the centuries, even currently/5(6). Scottish Painting: to the Present By (author) William R. Hardie. The only book available on Scottish painting, this book is now in its third edition with a new introduction and final chapter that brings the book up to date with the latest developments in Scottish painting (Richard Wright’s win of the Turner Prize ).
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