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Fri Mar 21 17:03:30 2014 UTClccn-n810706110.01El Greco /0.390.92El Greco : estudio y catálogo /100215785El_Grecon 81070611615937Domenico TheotocopouliDomenico TheotocopuliDomenico TheotokopoulosDomenico Theotokopuli El GrecoDomingo GrecoDominico GrecoDominico Theotocopuli called El GrecoEl Dominico’El Gkréko 1541?-1614El Greco.El Greco, 1541?-1614El Greco, Domenikos Theotokopoulos, dit el GrecoEl GrekoEl Greko, 1541?-1614El GriegoElGreco 1541-1614Gkréko ’El 1541?-1614Gkreko, O, 1541-1614Grec, LeGrecoGréco 1541?-1614Greco, ca 1541-1614Greco, DomenicoGreco, Domenico, 1541?-1614Greco, Domenico, ca 1541-1614Greco, Domenico Theotokopuli ElGreco, DominicoGreco, Dominico, 1541?-1614Greco, DominikosGreco, El ]Greco, El, 1541-1614Greco, IlGreco, Le.Greco, Le (1541-1614).Greco, MenegosGreko, El 1541-1614GriegoGriego, 1541?-1614Griego, ca 1541-1614Griego, ElLe Greco.Le Greco, 1541-1614Le Greco, Domenikos Theotokopoulos, dit el GrecoO Gkreko, 1541-1614Tehocopopuli, DomenicoTeoscopoli, DomenicoTeoscopoli, Domenico 1541-1614Teotocópuli, Dominico GrecoTeotocopulo, Domenico Alessandro, 1541?-1625Teotokopuli, Domeniko, 1541?-1614Teotopopuli, DomenicoTeotopuli, DomjnjeoTheocopoli, DomenicoTheocópuli, DomenicoTheocopuli, Domenico, 1541?-1614Theopoli, DomenicoTheoscopoli, DomenicoTheoscopoli, Domenico, 1541?-1614Theotocopolo, DomenicoTheotocopopulos, DomenicoTheotocopouli, Doménico, ca 1541-1614Theotocopouli, DominicoTheotocopoulis, DomenicosTheotocopoulos, DoménicoTheotocópoulos, DoménicosTheotocópoulos, Doménicos, 1541?-1614Theotocopoulos, DomenikosThéotocopoulos, Dominicos 1541-1614Theotocópuli, DoménicoTheotocopuli, Domenico, 1541?-1614Theotocopuli, Domenico, Called El Greco, d. 1614Theotocopuli, Domenico El GrecoTheotocópuli, DoménicosTheotocópuli, DoménikosTheotocópuli, DomingoTheotocópuli, Domingo, 1541?-1614Theotocópuli, Domingo deTheotocópuli, DominicoTheotocopuli, Dominico, 1541?-1614Theotocopuli, Dominico, called El GrecoTheotocopuli, Dominico, called El Greco, -1614Theotocopuli, Dominico, called El Greco, d. 1614Theotocópuli, Dominico, GriegoTheotocopulo, DomenicoTheotocopulos, DomenicosTheotocopuly, DomenicoTheotokopoli, DomenicoTheotokopolis, DomenicoTheotokopolous, DomenikosTheotokópoulos, Dhominikos.Theotokópoulos, Dhominíkos, 1541-1614Theotokópoulos, DomenicosTheotokopoulos, DomenikoTheotokópoulos, DoménikosTheotokópoulos, Doménikos 1541-1614Theotokopoulos, Domenikos, ca 1541-1614Theotokópoulos Domī́nikos 1541?-1614Theotokópoulos Kyriâkos 1541?-1614Theotokopoulos, MenegosTheotokopuli, DomenicoTheotokopulos, DomenicosTheotokopulos, Domēnikos 1541-1614Theotokopulos, Dominikos, 1541?-1614Theotorotoli, DomenicoTheotoskopoli, DomenicoThoepotuli, DomZeotokópoulos, DoménikosZeotokopoulos, Doménikos, 1541?-1614Zeotokopoulos, Doménikos, ca 1541-1614Θεοτοκόπουλος, Δομήνικος, 1541?-1614Ο ΓκρεκοΟ Γκρεκο, 1541?-1614Эль Греко, 1541?-1614גרקוגרקו, 1541?־1614エル・グレコlccn-n80032204Brown, Jonathan1939-ctbedtlccn-n79046209Toledo Museum of Artedtlccn-n79073587Bronstein, Léoauilccn-n80081622National Gallery (Great Britain)lccn-n97007068Davies, David1937-lccn-n79129629Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n50035570Gudiol, Joséedtlccn-n79029782Elliott, J. H.(John Huxtable)lccn-n79066769Goldscheider, Ludwig1896-1973edtlccn-n50011757Troutman, PhilipGreco1541?-1614Exhibition catalogsBiographyCatalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksPictorial worksArtHistoryGuidebooksBibliographyGreco,SpainPaintersPainting, RenaissanceSpain--ToledoItalyPaintingArtistsPainting, SpanishEuropeChristian art and symbolism--RenaissanceArtCounter-ReformationChristian art and symbolismPainting, ByzantineGreece--MistraGreece--AthosChristian art and symbolism--Modern periodAltarpieces, RenaissanceArt patronsInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Mural painting and decoration, ByzantineBurial of Count Orgaz (Greco)CivilizationOrgaz, Gonzalo Ruiz de Toledo,--conde de,Humanism in artCatholic ChurchTravelArt, RenaissanceArt, ModernModernism (Art)Icon paintingIcon painting--Byzantine influencesGreece--CreteMural painting and decorationJesus ChristCrucifixion of Jesus ChristZervos, ChristianMannerism (Art)Mysticism in artGreco, Emilio,Painting, MedievalCounter-Reformation in artBronstein, LéoPainting, GreekHuman figure in artMuseo del PradoArt, SpanishMetropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)Barrès, Maurice,1541161415771605160618851900190119021905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320144234213653025759.6ND813.T4ocn010532092ocn180607735ocn314679700ocn314177674ocn314007608ocn075193225ocn314667572ocn800043458ocn263545009ocn311420725ocn074479576ocn721993841ocn073877768ocn723513674ocn073588963ocn722285121ocn438999295ocn439641150ocn186059590ocn438737162ocn442640454ocn185192103ocn438457250ocn438628652ocn451108978ocn459002497ocn253140820ocn780676053ocn7972929203006331ocn055037979book19080.32GrecoEl GrecoHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsGuidebooksPictorial worksExhibition catalogsPublisher's description: A much anticipated, wide-ranging survey of works by one of the world's greatest artists. El Greco (1541-1614), born Domenikos Theotokopoulos, was one of the most fascinating and distinctive artists of the sixteenth century. His works are immediately recognizable for their brilliant colors, elongated figures, and spiritual intensity. Initially trained in Crete, in around 1567 El Greco moved to Italy where he purportedly studied with Titian. A decade later he is documented in Toledo (south of Madrid), and he spent the rest of his long life in Spain. His paintings and writings offer a thoughtful, frequently inspired response to the varied environments in which he worked--and they reveal that he was deeply engaged with the religious and artistic thinking of his times. This lavishly illustrated book--the first comprehensive English-language publication on El Greco in many years--addresses the full range of the artist's work in painting and sculpture, from his Byzantine icons to his late altarpieces. It considers his personality from both a religious and intellectual point of view, and presents the artist's religious, mythological, genre, landscape, and portrait works, providing the historical context in which they were made. El Greco is the catalogue for an exhibition organized jointly by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the National Gallery, London. The exhibition opens in New York in October 2003, and moves to London in February 2004+-+43844520364234ocn010085964book19730.28Gudiol, JoséThe complete paintings of El Greco, 1541-1614Includes 85 full-color illustrations and 268 black-and-white illustrations. Demonstrates the nature of El Greco's wayward and compelling art and reveals him as one of Europe's greatest painters3242ocn032679596book19950.66Calvo Serraller, FEl Greco : the burial of the Count of OrgazPictorial works+-+675287550532427746ocn057559948book19410.33GrecoEl Greco (1541-1614)Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsFrom the Publisher: Cretan-born painter Domenicos Theotocopoulos, better known by his Spanish nickname, El Greco (c.1545-1614), studied under Titian in Venice before settling down in Toledo. Commissioned by the church and local nobility, El Greco produced dramatic paintings marked by distorted figures and vibrant color contrasted with subtle grays. Though his work was appreciated by his contemporaries, especially intellectuals, it wasn't until the 20th century that it was widely embraced and admired, influencing in particular the Expressionist movement+-+46268377382774ocn000021712book19690.31GrecoEl Greco and the Spanish golden ageHistory1921ocn017313717visu19820.31El Greco spirit of ToledoBiographyThis program, filmed on location in Toledo and Venice, shows the settings familiar to El Greco--his house, the streets, churches and contryside of Toledo--and traces his beginnings as a Byzantine icon painter in Crete1791ocn775066274book20120.84El Greco and ModernismExhibition catalogsThe sensational oeuvre of El Greco (1541-1614) was first introduced to a broader German audience in 1910 through Julius Meier-Graefe's journal, "The Spanish Journey". Numerous artists subsequently caught "Greco fever" when they first saw larger groups of his works in exhibitions in Munich in 1911 and Düsseldorf in 1912. Max Beckmann, Oskar Kokoschka, Max Oppenheimer, Ludwig Meidner, and especially members of the Blaue Reiter-August Macke, Franz Marc, Albert Bloch, and others-recognized in El Greco a father figure for the Modernist movement, mentioning him in the same breath as Paul Cézanne. This volume presents a general selection of over forty paintings by El Greco from the most famous museums around the world. At the same time, the young artists' exploration of the paintings and visual spheres of the exceptional Spanish painter are discussed, opening up a fascinating view of the battle for Modernism. Exhibition: Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf, Germany (28.4.-12.8.2012)1642ocn047688366book20010.70Marías, FernandoEl Greco in ToledoBiographyArt"This title is an informed study of El Greco's paintings of the landscape and monuments of the city of Toledo. Born in Crete, he trained as a painter of icons, moved to Venice and then abandoned Italy for Spain in 1577. His experiences in Italy, especially his contact with the paintings of the Renaissance and particularly the work of Titian, inspired his singular and innovative paintings, reactions to which have changed markedly over the centuries. This book relates how his profoundly original art challenged religious pictorial tradition in Spain, and how his attitudes to Spain and Spanish art led to the development of myths surrounding his work." "El Greco saw himself as the epitome of the artist as courtier and philosopher - very different from those local craftsmen who had created the art of medieval Toledo. Many of his masterpieces still grace the city - particularly El Espolio in the cathedral and the magnificent Burial of the Count of Orgaz in the parish church of Santo Tome. Special attention is given in this book to the highly unusual representations he painted of Toledo, especially the View of Toledo, with its precise delineations of important buildings and the surrounding landscape." "Revealed here is the artist El Greco, the visionary, the isolated individualist, proud, provocative and reflective, who was often in dispute over his fees with his Church patrons, and the first inventor in Spain of the modern work of art and of the idea of the modern artist."--BOOK JACKET+-+25674020361605ocn001806344book19690.50GrecoEl Greco: the expressionism of his final years1526ocn472165980book20090.88Drandaki, AnastasiaThe origins of El Greco : icon painting in Venetian CreteExhibition catalogs+-+351114634511319ocn024744848book19500.29GrecoEl Greco (Domenicos Theotocopoulos)CatalogsAn account of the life and work of late sixteenth-early seventeenth century Greek artist El Greco, discussing his unique style, and including forty full-page reproductions of his paintings, each with an individual commentary+-+21953555053241023ocn012472779book19670.19Troutman, PhilipEl Greco : 49 plates in full colour953ocn040764894visu19820.25El GrecoCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFilmed in Spain and London, traces the life of El Greco from his birth in Crete to when he finally settled in Toledo881ocn002781209book19470.63Sérullaz, MauriceChrist on the crossArt814ocn231866849book19970.73Marías, FernandoGreco : biographie d'un peintre extravagantBiography787ocn006977469book19390.70Zervos, Christian... Les oeuvres du Greco en Espagne764ocn065460976book20050.92Alvarez Lopera, JoséEl Greco : estudio y catálogoHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsBibliography645ocn010532092book19410.79Pfister, KurtEl Greco638ocn033012339book19940.81Calvo Serraller, FEl Greco : Entierro del conde de OrgazCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial works545ocn038468531book19970.81Marías, FernandoEl Greco : biografía de un pintor extravaganteBiography6895238ocn000977370book19000.32GrecoEl GrecoHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsGuidebooksPictorial worksExhibition catalogs"Doménicos Theotokópoulos, better known as El Greco (1541-1621), gained his training as an artist in Crete, Venice and Rome, the three centers of art that he passed through. Yet even though he learned from the great Italian artists of the 16th century, his arrogance was such that he went so far so to say that Michelangelo was a good man but he did not know how to paint, remarking that the Last Judgment could be painted over and that he could be commissioned to re-do it with honesty and decency and no less quality in the painting. His contemporaries found him a difficult personality. In 1577, he moved to Spain and made his home in Toledo. In this lavishly illustrated volume, Professor Santiago Alcolea Gil describes the most notable aspects of the life and work of this artist, one of the true masters in European pictorial art."--Publisher's website+-+611458989323086ocn008222105book19820.29GrecoEl Greco of ToledoHistoryExhibition catalogsCatalog for an exhibition of a substantial number of the artist's works from all over the world194834ocn000176555book19500.29GrecoEl Greco (Domenicos Theotocopoulos)CatalogsAn account of the life and work of late sixteenth-early seventeenth century Greek artist El Greco, discussing his unique style, and including forty full-page reproductions of his paintings, each with an individual commentary+-+08235456359443ocn021776826book19560.33Guinard, PaulEl Greco : biographical and critical study8035ocn000518109book19610.47Kelemen, PálEl Greco revisited: Candia, Venice, Toledo8012ocn000518112book19620.53Wethey, Harold EEl Greco and his school73133ocn002719212book19410.33GrecoEl Greco (1541-1614)Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsFrom the Publisher: Cretan-born painter Domenicos Theotocopoulos, better known by his Spanish nickname, El Greco (c.1545-1614), studied under Titian in Venice before settling down in Toledo. Commissioned by the church and local nobility, El Greco produced dramatic paintings marked by distorted figures and vibrant color contrasted with subtle grays. Though his work was appreciated by his contemporaries, especially intellectuals, it wasn't until the 20th century that it was widely embraced and admired, influencing in particular the Expressionist movement6701ocn655303770book20110.59Hall, Marcia BThe sacred image in the age of art : Titian, Tintoretto, Barocci, El Greco, CaravaggioUnderlying the religious art of the Renaissance is a tension between the needs of the Church and the impulse to create great works. This beautifully illustrated book presents sacred images from the 15th and 16th centuries, leading up to two pivotal events in 1563. The Council of Trent, which signified the beginning of the Counter-Reformation, defined requirements that curtailed the freedom of painters and patrons in creating art for churches, while the founding of the Accademia del Desegno in Florence symbolically acknowledged that artists had achieved the status of creators not craftsmen. The author takes a fresh look at some of the greatest painters of the Italian Renaissance not typically associated with sacred imagery and shows how they navigated their way through the paradox of 'limited freedom' to forge a new kind of religious art. -- from Book Jacket+-+62141655856422ocn036126432book19970.01Venezia, MikeEl GrecoJuvenile worksBiographyExamines the life and work of Domenicos Theotocopoulous, the sixteenth-century artist who created his greatest works in Spain where he was known as "El Greco."+-+789717160561614ocn000435549book19300.63Byron, RobertThe birth of Western painting; a history of colour, form, and iconography, illustrated from the paintings of Mistra and Mount Athos, of Giotto and Duccio, and El GrecoHistoryThe book is based , not only on extensive research but on personal observation of nearly all the works mentioned in Constantinople, Greece, Crete, Italy and Spain. It is an important and exciting addition to the history of European art and establishes, scientifically theories which only existed in conjecture before its publication. The book includes 94 black and white plates5865ocn000745815book19710.39Gudiol, JoséDomenikos Theotokopoulos, El Greco, 1541-1614Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogs5285ocn012021977book19850.63Mann, Richard GEl Greco and his patrons : three major projectsCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+27485867053243921ocn053019629book20040.50Bray, XavierEl Greco ; chronology by Lois OliverBiography+-+60684520363792ocn008345681book19820.66Figures of thought, El Greco as interpreter of history, tradition, and ideasArtPictorial works3635ocn041884691book19990.59GrecoEl Greco : identity and transformation : Crete, Italy, SpainCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs+-+092936633336210ocn005967205book19560.73Marañón, GregorioEl Greco y ToledoBiography3561ocn001019903book19470.50GrecoEl Greco (Domenico Theotocopuli)3513ocn000901942book19670.24Braider, DonaldColor from a light within; a novel based on the life of El GrecoFiction32327ocn003586425book19120.79Barrès, MauriceGreco; ou, Le secret de TolèdeBiography3224ocn012216726book19840.70El Greco--Italy and SpainHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings+-+2315319435324+-+4384452036+-+4384452036Fri Mar 21 15:26:03 EDT 2014batch75124