Chardin

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‘A quiet revolutionary’, Jean-Simeon Chardin (1699–1779) chose commonplace subjects – still lifes of dead birds and hares and kitchen utensils, and genre scenes of women working or boys playing – and made deceptively simple, yet magical paintings. This handsome volume, published to accompany an international exhibition in 1999–2000, presents reproductions of over 100 paintings and pastels along with six scholarly essays on aspects of the artist’s life and work.

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Chardin

Chardin

Hardback355pp Illustrated313x240mm

9780300083484     Product Code: 501892

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‘A quiet revolutionary’, Jean-Simeon Chardin (1699–1779) chose commonplace subjects – still lifes of dead birds and hares and kitchen utensils, and genre scenes of women working or boys playing – and made deceptively simple, yet magical paintings. This handsome volume, published to accompany an international exhibition in 1999–2000, presents reproductions of over 100 paintings and pastels along with six scholarly essays on aspects of the artist’s life and work.

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