Wadsworth Atheneum


If, as the famous saying goes, you really are what you eat, then Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527-1593) was a consummate painter of the human soul. This artist was a master draftsman whose finely wrought canvases captured the imagination of his generation.

This book takes a closer look at the critical history of Arcimboldo’s work, from his initial popularity and the tragic obscurity that followed his death, to the eventual triumphant revival of his work and vision by Surrealist admirers of the 1920s.

Details: By Liana De Girolami Cheney
published 2013, 256 pages, hardcover




Members - Enter code 'member10' at checkout to receive your 10% discount. Member discount does not apply to purchases of gift certificates, memberships, or shipping charges.