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By Trippi, Peter
John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) has become one of the most popular of the Victorian painters and his wistful female figures are widely produced icons. This full-length study of the artist reviews this enigmatic man's life and subjects him to a penetrating analysis.
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John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) has become one of the most popular of the Victorian painters, and his wistful female figures are widely reproduced icons. In this study of the artist, Peter Trippi reviews the life of this surprisingly enigmatic man, concentrating in particular... on Waterhouse's depiction of women.Read more
By Salaz, Ken; Foreword by Trippi, Peter
A how-to-paint landscapes in oil instructional book --
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Edited by Prettejohn, Elizabeth; Trippi, Peter
This important re-evaluation of the Dutch- born painter Lawrence Alma-Tadema traces his personal and artistic journey towards international fame and success in London and investigates how this exceptionally creative artist used his own houses and studios as laboratories to produc...e vivid paintings of life in ancient Greece, Rome, and Egypt.Read more
Illustrated by Camber Porter, Melinda (Amnesty Interantional the Times (London) Oxford University Lady Margaret Hall); Foreword by Trippi, Peter
Luminous Bodies is a work of celebration and mourning in two volumes of 45 watercolors in each volume. These images explore the spiritual and cultural forces that continuously vie to originate and then heal the rift between the body and the soul. Foreward by Peter Trippi, Editor ...of Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine on Melinda Camber Porter's art.Read more
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