Available April 2020
Samuel Palmer, A. H. Palmer, and F. G. Stephens
Samuel Palmer (1805–1881) was one of the leading British landscape painters of the nineteenth century. Inspired by his mentor, the artist and poet William Blake, Palmer brought a new spiritual intensity to his romantic depictions of nature. A Memoir of Samuel Palmer contains the first biography of the artist, written by his son A. H. Palmer; a critical appreciation of Palmer by the Pre-Raphaelite artist and critic F. G. Stephens, which provides a deeply personal look at the painter as well as insight into the reception of his art during the Victorian era; and an autobiographical letter by Palmer himself.
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4 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches
22 color and 5 b/w illustrations
Imprint: J. Paul Getty Museum
Series: Lives of the Artists