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Edward Atkinson Hornel Notecard Folio
Edward Atkinson Hornel Notecard Folio
Edward Atkinson Hornel Notecard Folio
Edward Atkinson Hornel Notecard Folio
Edward Atkinson Hornel Notecard Folio
Edward Atkinson Hornel Notecard FolioEdward Atkinson Hornel Notecard FolioEdward Atkinson Hornel Notecard FolioEdward Atkinson Hornel Notecard FolioEdward Atkinson Hornel Notecard Folio
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Edward Atkinson Hornel Notecard Folio

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Ten full-color 5 x 7 in. blank notecards (5 each of 2 designs) with envelopes in a decorative folio.

Published with the National Galleries of Scotland.

ISBN 9780764939877
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Edward Atkinson Hornel Notecard Folio
One of the group of Scottish painters who came to be known as the Glasgow Boys, Edward Atkinson Hornel (1864–1933) studied art in Edinburgh and Antwerp as a young man. His early work—including many landscapes with figures—shows the influence of Belgian traditions. But beginning in 1885, a close friendship with fellow painter George Henry eventually led him in another direction, toward more decorative work and symbolism. In 1893, Hornel and Henry made an extended visit to Japan, and the art of that country struck a chord in Hornel; some of his most interesting, though perhaps not best-known, images are based on his observations there.

The two works reproduced in this folio of notecards are from the collection of the National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh, oldest of the several Scottish national galleries. Opened to the public in 1859, the gallery is home to the country’s greatest collection of European paintings and sculpture from the Renaissance to Post-Impressionism, and is one of the finest galleries of its size in the world.
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