HANS HOLBEIN by DEREK WILSON
AN INTERPRETATION

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Synopsis

This fascinating biography gives a fresh account of Holbein’s paintings, suggesting that they included coded signals and propaganda about political figures of the time. This controversial interpretation suggests that the artist was inextricably bound up in the stirring events of a turbulent age.

 

About DEREK WILSON

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has written numerous fiction and non-fiction books as well as pieces for radio and television. Alternating between homes in Devon and Normandy he is able to write with first hand knowledge of the terrain over with George Keene's many adventures take him.
 
Published January 1, 1997 by WEIDENFELD & NICOLSON.
Genres: Arts & Photography.