The Harold Samuel Collection, comprising eighty-four seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish paintings, has been described as the finest private collection of such works to be formed in Britain this century. It includes paintings by such masters as Frans Hals, Nicolaes Maes and Gerard Dou, acquired by Lord Samuel for his personal pleasure and to hang in his home, Wych Cross. The Collection was bequeathed to the Corporation of London in 1987 to be hung permanently in the Lord Mayor's Residence, Mansion House. The refurbishment of Mansion House has provided the unique opportunity for an exhibition tour, during which the Harold Samuel will be seen by many for the very first time. Coinciding with the exhibition, a complete catalogue of the Collection has been compiled by an acknowedged expert, Peter C. Sutton. This book is the permanent record of a small but extremely important collection of paintings, which will delight scholar and amateur alike.Read more
- This catalogue will be used by students and scholars in art history long after the exhibition is over.
- It has genuine appeal for the general reader or art lover: 84 full-page colour plates and over 200 black and white illustrations, together with some of the most famous names in Dutch and Flemish art.
- Peter Sutton is a leading authority on Dutch painting; author of a monograph on de Hooch and a good many exhibition catalogues, including Masters of Seventeenth Century Dutch Genre Painting, Royal Academy, 1984.
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- Date Published: May 1992
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521428408
- length: 258 pages
- dimensions: 282 x 223 x 26 mm
- weight: 1.549kg
- availability: Unavailable - out of print November 1996
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