RAWLINS, I: [TECHNICAL REPORT ] From the National Gallery Laboratory

Rawlins, Ian; Bragg, William. From the National Gallery Laboratory. National Gallery Laboratory, 1940. Unmarked. Significant age tanning on ages and boards. Loose binding. Acceptable. Hardcover. (#30649) $18.00

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Preface by Sir William Bragg. Introduction and notes by Ian Rawlins.

Printed for the Trustees. Black and white plates showing the paintings and corresponding X-rays (macrophotographs) of works in the National Gallery London collection.

Artists include Raphael’s Madonna, Child and S. John; Gioanni Bellini’s (detail from) Doge Leonardo Loredano; Lucas van Leyden’s (detail from) Portrait of a Man, and more.

NATIONAL GALLERY LONDON: Great Dutch Paintings from the National Gallery London Collection

National Gallery. Great Dutch Paintings from the National Gallery London Collection. National Gallery Publications Limited, 1999. ISBN: 1857092600. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#25294) $18.00

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16-page booklet. Published to accompany a tour of the exhibition Great Dutch Paintings from the National Gallery London collection. Extensively illustrated.

Includes Steen, Vermeer, Metsu, de Hooch, Cuyp, Rembrandt, van Huysum and others. Informative sections cover genre, landscape, townscape/seascape, history painting, portraits and still life. Several reproductions on each page.

DUNKERTON, J: Giotto to Durer: Early Renaissance Painting in the National Gallery.

Giotto to Durer: Early Renaissance Painting in the National Gallery book coverDunkerton, Jill; Foister, Susan; Gordon, Dillian; Penny, Nicholas. Giotto to Durer: Early Renaissance Painting in the National Gallery. National Gallery London Publications, 1991. ISBN: 0300050828.

Beautifully illustrated with paintings, x-ray images, drawings, etc. 408pp.

Loose binding. Light highlighting on a few pages. Measures 10x11x1 inches. Acceptable. Paperback. (#22739) $26.00

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This superb introduction to Renaissance painting provides a survey of European painting between 1260 and 1510, in both northern and southern Europe.

Discussions include social context, artist workshops, materials and techniques, etc.