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2012 Victoria and Albert Museum Pocket Diary
     

2012 Victoria and Albert Museum Pocket Diary

by Editors of Frances Lincoln (Editor)
 

The Aesthetic Movement in Britain (1860–1900) was the well-spring of the 'new art' movements of the late 19th century with its rallying cry of 'art for art's sake.' Aesthetic sensibilities produced some of the most sophisticated and sensuously beautiful artworks of the Western tradition. The Victoria and Albert Museum Pocket Diary 2012 features images

Overview

The Aesthetic Movement in Britain (1860–1900) was the well-spring of the 'new art' movements of the late 19th century with its rallying cry of 'art for art's sake.' Aesthetic sensibilities produced some of the most sophisticated and sensuously beautiful artworks of the Western tradition. The Victoria and Albert Museum Pocket Diary 2012 features images of artworks from the traditional, high end of painting to fashionable trends in architecture, interior design, furnishings, and more by artists such as Whistler, Rossetti, Leighton, and Burne-Jones, plus designers such as William Morris, Christopher Dresser, Walter Crane, and others. Illustrated in full colour with a week to a view, this flexi-bound diary has a storage pocket and is also available in a desk format.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780711232006
Publisher:
Lincoln, Frances Limited
Publication date:
06/21/2011
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
4.57(w) x 5.31(h) x 0.22(d)

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