|Uitgeverij:||National History Museum|
|Staat van het boek:||Licht beschadigd|
Some of the world’s greatest and most-loved artists died under the age of forty. But how did they turn relatively short careers into such long legacies? What drove them to create, against all the odds? And how can we use these stories to re-evaluate artists lost to the shadows, or whose legacies are not yet secured? In Bright Stars, Kate Bryan examines the lives and legacies of 30 great artists who died too young.
Most artists have decades to hone their craft, win over the critics and forge their reput