Artist(s): Lovis Corinth
Year published: 1996
Total Pages: 384
1 in stock
An analysis of Lovis Corinth, an artist who is little known outside Central Europe. Each aspect of his career is examined, including the Munich and Berlin years, his sources of inspiration, his subject matter, his painting and his drawing. The book is illustrated with numerous colour reproductions of his oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and graphic work. Corinth began his career in the realist tradition in the 1880s but he was soon at the vanguard of change.
Condition: Very good hardback in clean dust jacket with some slight surface wear.