Rubens & Company: Flemish Drawings from the Scottish National Gallery Paperback
Rubens & Company: Flemish Drawings from the Scottish National Gallery Paperback
Rubens & Company: Flemish Drawings from the Scottish National Gallery Paperback
Rubens & Company: Flemish Drawings from the Scottish National Gallery Paperback
Rubens & Company: Flemish Drawings from the Scottish National Gallery Paperback

Rubens & Company: Flemish Drawings from the Scottish National Gallery Paperback

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This book presents a selection of outstanding Flemish drawings from the collection of the National Galleries of Scotland. Masters such as Rubens, Van Dyck and Jordaens feature alongside lesser-known artists including David Teniers the Younger, Jan Cossiers and Cornelis Schut. Many of the works are preparatory drawings or studies which offer a fascinating insight into the process of these revered artists.

An introductory essay complements a catalogue of the twenty-eight works which will feature in the exhibition held at the Scottish National Gallery, each discussed in depth and accompanied by detailed catalogue information. Many of the works featured have not been displayed for decades and have never before been illustrated in colour. The book is a captivating resource for exhibition visitors, academics and anyone with an interest in drawing or Flemish art. 

Christian Tico Seifert is Senior Curator of Northern European Art at the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh. He has curated a number of exhibitions and contributed to publications including Adam Elsheimer: 1578–1610 (2006), Dürer’s Fame (2011) and Masterpieces from Mount Stuart: The Bute Collection (2012).

Many of the works features have not been displayed for decades and have never before been illustrated in colour.

  • Size 21.6 x 26.5 cm
  • Format Paperback
  • Page count 80 printed pages
  • Illustrations 60 colour
  • Publisher National Galleries of Scotland
  • ISBN 9781906270988
  • Authors Christian Tico Seifert

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