The Arts of Living Europe 1600 - 1815
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Published to accompany the landmark opening of the V&A's new Europe 1600 - 1815 galleries.
The Arts of Living explores the breadth, depth and beauty of the V&A's seventeenth- and eighteenth-century collections. Written by a team of experts, this book provides an overview of more than two centuries of cultural development and artistic endeavour. Masterpieces such as the Serilly Cabinet and Gian Lorenzo Bernini's terracotta for his funeral monument the Blessed Ludovica Albertoni are contextualized alongside discussions of Louis XIV's patronage and the seventeenth-century Dutch interior. Many works are shown for the first time, including Count Bru hl's Meissen fountain and actor David Garrick's tea service.
Author/Artist/DesignerElizabeth Miller and Hilary Young
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Elizabeth Miller is Senior Curator of prints at the V&A. and a member of the Europe Galleries concept team. She has written extensively on prints in the Italian Renaissance home and the Petrucci Pavement and is author of 16th-Century Italian Ornament Prints (V&A, 1999). Hilary Young is Senior Curator of ceramics at the V&A. and a member of the Europe Galleries concept team. His publications include English Porcelain, 1745 - 95 (V&A, 1999), Elegant Eating (V&A, 2002) and Masterpieces of World Ceramics (V&A, 2008).