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Lionel Lindsay in Spain by Colin Holden

Lionel Lindsay in Spain

by Colin Holden

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0522850774, Hardcover)

A collection of Lionel Lindsay's major accomplishments in etchings, watercolors, and aquatints that depict Spain and southern Europe in the 1920s and 1930s are presented in this artistic retrospective. His extensive diaries, correspondence, and publications offer insight into his lifelong passion for Spain. The focus of Lindsay's work ranges from historic architecture to the daily life of common people in southern Europe. Information is offered on the process of creation and Lindsay's interpretative choices in representing his subjects.

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