The Paul Bril commented catalogue is the ultimate result of a
long, arduous work. It represents the first contemporary definition
of this Flemish painter's works of art, including an evaluation of
his frescos, a systematic chronological order of his paintings and
a visual gallery, along with the artist's profile and a definition
of his personality.
- Introduction - Essay, with 6 chapters containing 153 coloured
and b/w illustrations
I. Paul Bril, nordic painters and landscape painting in Rome
II. Landscape painting at the time of Gregorio XIII and
beginning of Matthijs and Paul Bril careers.
III. Paul Bril activity and contacts with artistic world in
IV. The Seventeenth-Century. Paul Bril, topographical and
V. First and second decade. The maturity of the
VI. Collections of landscape paintings in Rome.
- 13 coloured plates - Catalogue of the paintings with 193
bibliographical descriptions and 254 b/w illustrations.
- Index of names and places.