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by Ashmolean Museum,Katharine Eustace

Free eBook Continuity and Change: Twentieth Century Sculpture in the Ashmolean Museum (Ashmolean Handbooks) download ISBN: 1854441477
Author: Ashmolean Museum,Katharine Eustace
Publisher: Ashmolean Museum (February 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 108
Category: Art and workmanship
Subcategory: Architecture
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108 pages : 21 cm. This gem of a book provides a comprehensive look and insightful notations on the contemporary sculpture collection in the museum of Oxford University.

108 pages : 21 cm. It provides a context in terms of the Ashmolean's world-famous collections of antique and Renaissance sculpture and the development of twentieth century sculpture as a whole

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Mainly small bronzes, but some larger works are featured, and it numbers 18 in a series of Ashmolean handbooks.

The collections of twentieth-century paintings in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, have developed largely through the generosity of individuals. Notable among these in the early decades of the century were Frank Hindley Smith and Mrs W F R Weldon, while since the Second World War the Museum's collections have been enriched through gifts and requests from Thomas Balston, R A P Bevan, Molly Freeman, Christopher Hewett and others.

The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology (/æʃˈmoʊliən/, /ˌæʃməˈliːən/) on Beaumont Street, Oxford, England, is the world's first university museum

The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology (/æʃˈmoʊliən/, /ˌæʃməˈliːən/) on Beaumont Street, Oxford, England, is the world's first university museum. Its first building was erected in 1678–1683 to house the cabinet of curiosities that Elias Ashmole gave to the University of Oxford in 1677. The present building was erected 1841–1845. The museum reopened in 2009 after a major redevelopment. In November 2011, new galleries focusing on Egypt and Nubia were unveiled

Half a million years of art and history. The examples in the Museum’s collection give a voice to people in the past and show different ways in which they have recorded facts.

Half a million years of art and history.

Twentieth century paintings in the Ashmolean Museum, (Eustace Katharine). c Statement of responsibility, etc Katharine Eustace. a Title Ashmolean handbooks. 504 -bibliography, etc. Note. 00827cam a2200253 a 4500. 020 -international standard book number. a ISBN 1-85444-1167 (paperback-). 260 -publication, distribution, etc. (imprint). a Place of publication, distribution, etc Oxford : b Name of publisher, distributor, etc Ashmolean Museum; c Date of publication, distribution, etc c1999.

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Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, United Kingdom. This jar with etchings of an elephant, fish and a bird is from 3500–3000 BC Nubia, now Sudan. It was found in a grave in an excavation site in Faras.

Illustrated from the Ashmolean's collections of twentieth-century sculpture, this book continues the series of Ashmolean Handbooks, edited by the Director of the Ashmolean, Dr Christopher Brown. It provides a context in terms of the Ashmolean's world-famous collection of antique and renaissance sculpture and the development of twentieth-century sculpture as a whole. It makes accessible for the first time many pieces by, among others, Epstein, Frink, Maillol, Moore, Underwood and Zadkine.