Jean-etienne Liotard: 1702-1789: Masterprieces from the Musees D'art Et D'histoire of Geneva and Swiss Private Collections (英語) ハードカバー – 2006/10/1
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An accomplished draftsman, painter, pastelist, miniaturist and experimental printmaker, Jean-Etienne Liotard was one of the most fascinating artists of the eighteenth century. Though he enjoyed international recognition in his own time, he is hardly known today, even among specialists. Now the Frick Collection presents a monographic survey of Liotard's work, to accompany its exhibition of paintings, drawings, miniatures and engravings. Inspired by Trompe I'Oeil of 1771, which was donated to the Frick Collection in 1997 by Lore Heinemann in memory of her husband, Dr. Rudolf J. Heinemann, the exhibition includes works from the collection of the Musees d'art et d'histoire in Geneva, the world's greatest repository of Liotard's oeuvre, and pastels and other works from Swiss private collections. The catalogue provides a singular opportunity to get to know one of the most engaging artists of the Age of Enlightenment.