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Kenneth Clark - The Estate

Kenneth Clark was educated at Winchester and Oxford, and worked with Bernard Berenson in Florence. He was appointed Director of the National Gallery at the age of 30 and remained there until 1945. He was Slade Professor of Fine Art at Oxford from 1946 to 1950 and was Chairman of the Arts Council from 1953 to 1960. He was widely known for his television programmes on art, especially CIVILISATION. His first book, written at the age of 22, was THE GOTHIC REVIVAL, and many followed. He was made a Life Peer in 1969.

 

BOOKS

The Gothic Revival - jacketkenneth-clark-leonardo-da-vinciPiero Della Francesca - jacketLandscape Into Art - jacket

Moments Of Vision - jacketThe Nude - jacketLooking At Pictures - jacket    Ruskin Today    

    Rembrandt and the Italian Renaissance       The Best of Aubrey Beardsley   kenneth-clark-civilisationRomantic Rebellion - jacket

Another Part of the Wood - jacketAnimals and Men - jacketThe Other Half - jacketWhat Is A Masterpiece - jacket

Feminine Beauty - jacket

THE GOTHIC REVIVAL 
LEONARDO DA VINCI: AN ACCOUNT OF HIS DEVELOPMENT AS AN ARTIST
FLORENTINE PAINTING: THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY 
PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA 
LANDSCAPE INTO ART 
MOMENTS OF VISION
THE NUDE: A STUDY IN IDEAL FORM 
LOOKING AT PICTURES 
RUSKIN TODAY 
REMBRANDT AND THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE 
CIVILISATION: A PERSONAL VIEW 
BLAKE AND VISIONARY ART 
THE ROMANTIC REBELLION 
ANOTHER PART OF THE WOOD 
ANIMALS AND MEN 
THE OTHER HALF 
WHAT IS A MASTERPIECE? 
FEMININE BEAUTY 

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