KINDLE ❄ Bronze Author David Ekserdjian –

Bronze After visiting the Royal Academy Bronze exhibition, I regretted not buying this wonderful book so was pleased that I could still find it and at a very much cheaper price.A great record of a memorable possibly once in a lifetime gathering of the world s most impressive collection of bronze art. This book is highly beautiful with well detailed photographs and an interesting read I unfortunately could not make the exhibition and imagine this would be a fantastic accompanying piece to those who were lucky enough to have gone, but this book is satisfying in itself Highly recommend. I saw this show at the RA, thought that the catalogue whilst beautifully produced, was an accompaniment to a wonderful show How wrong I was, not only is it an accurate record, the publication layout are fabulous Well done to all involved Great book, fascinating read wtih great illustrations A fabulous accompaniment to the exhibition Good value for money Highly recommended well This book accompanies the Royal Academy exhibition It is a sumptuous production and by browsing the book beforehand I gained so much from the exhibition This book is one to treasure. A wonderfully comprehensive book about a truly fabulous exhibition at the Royal Academy, London.I intend to send a copy to a German friend. This is a book about the startling possibilities in global and historical bronze sculpture It is a catalog to an exhibition that gathered together the world s bronzes into possibly the greatest single collection ever seen Consequently, there is much to surprise and delight here The works are well lit and photographed and the commentaries are insightful and illuminating The catalog is well thought through and there are no over the fold images The book is itself a thing of beauty that lives and breathes like the bronzes it depicts. Bronze, Long Celebrated For Its Durability And The Wide Range Of Effects That It Offers, Has Been Prized As An Artistic Material In Many Parts Of The World Throughout The Ages Magnificent Bronze Sculptures From Ancient Times Have Emerged Unscathed After Millennia On The Sea Bed, And The Material Has Been Used For Works On All Scales, From The Minute To The Monumental This Sumptuous Catalogue, Published To Accompany A Landmark Exhibition At The Royal Academy, Examines Bronzes Earliest Beginnings In North Africa, The Middle East And China, As It Left Behind Tools And Weaponry To Become A Fine Art Material Leading Authorities Chart The Virtuosity Of Artists In Ancient Greece And Rome Later Developments In Asia And Africa Bronzes Great Flowering In The European Renaissance In The Hands Of Such Figures As Ghiberti, Donatello And Cellini And Its Use In The Modern Era By Artists From Rodin And Picasso To Beuys And Bourgeois A Unique Testament To The Works Of Art That One Medium Has Inspired, Bronze Contains Lavish Colour Plates Of Over Masterworks Arranged Chronologically To Take The Reader On A Voyage Through Time, Tracing The Work Of Bronze Sculptors, Casters And Chasers Through The Centuries

About the Author: David Ekserdjian

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