Virtue and Vision : Sculpture and Scotland, 1540-1990


PEARSON, Fiona, (ed.). Virtue and Vision : Sculpture and Scotland, 1540-1990. Edited by Fiona Pearson. [Introduction by Timothy Clifford]. (Edinburgh): National Galleries of Scotland, (1991). Pp. (8),9-175,(1). Illustrated in black and white. Double column. 4to, illustrated black card covers with white lettering to front and spine.

A catalogue of an exhibtion at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, 18 July to 15 September 1991.

Contents:
David Howarth's "Sculpture and Scotland 1540-1700";
Basil Skinner's "Scottish Connoisseurship and the Grand Tour";
Malcolm Baker's "'Proper Ornaments for a Library or Grotto': London Sculptors and their Scottish Patrons in the Eighteenth Century";
Terry Friedman's "Samuel Joseph and the Sculpture of Feeling";
Helen E. Smailes's "Thomas Campbell and Laurence Macdonald: the Roman Solution to the Scottish Sculptor's Dilemma";
Fiona Pearson's "Sir John Steell and the Idea of a Native School of Sculpture";
J.D. Bateson's "The Scottish Medal";
Robin Lee Woodward's "Nineteenth-Century Sculpture in Glasgow";
Robin Lee Woodward's 'Pittendrigh MacGillivray";
Ian Gow's "The Scottish National War Memorial"; and
Douglas Hall's "The Twentieth Century".

Gift inscription inked verso front cover, else very good. 25.00

Title: Virtue and Vision : Sculpture and Scotland, 1540-1990

Author Name: PEARSON, Fiona, ed. HOWARTH, David WOODWARD, Robin Lee SKINNER, Basil

Categories: 888,

Publisher: National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1991, ISBN:0903598140: 1991

ISBN Number: 0903598140

ISBN Number 13: 9780903598149

Seller ID: 100673

Keywords: SCOTLAND ART SCOTTISH ARTISTS SCHOLARLY HISTORY SCULPTURE CATALOGUE EXHIBITION,