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Romanesque Art: Architecture Sculpture Painting

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These substantial volumes on art periods vividly portray the most important achievements from the areas of European architecture, sculpture, and painting. The impressive photographs of works from all visual arts movements are at the center of these richly illustrated volumes. The books successfully provide an overview of the artistic diversity of the individual periods, an

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Hardcover, 481 pages
Published August 15th 1997 by Konemann
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Mummy
It's not so much that the artistic imagination has changed, although of course buildings are of their time and fashion, but everything has to be cost-conscious now and there is no vision of the future. Almost everything that is built is subject to the constraints of budget which means prefabrication rather than work by true craftsmen who had the skills and talent to make everything by hand.

From the Egyptians to the not-too-distant past, public buildings of note, palaces, churches, abbeys and se
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Helen
Wow, absolutely gorgeous! And absolutely huge. I don't think there's a better or more complete book on the market currently that encompasses all aspects of Romanesque. Packed full of wonderful colour illustrations and an insightful text, this is a book that I will visit again and again. Beautiful.
Michael Heath-Caldwell
Interesting book on the Romanesque style.
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Originally, Rolf Toman wanted to become a teacher but he spent the years following his second state exam working as a publishing editor at a large international publishing house. From 1992 onwards, he worked as an independent publisher for various international publishing houses. Publications on art history epochs were at the center of his work.
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