The Sunday Times magazine - The Wide-Screen World of Alma-Tadema cover (18 February 1968)
The Sunday Times magazine - The Wide-Screen World of Alma-Tadema cover (18 February 1968) Fair condition for age - magazine has been read - there is yellowing/foxing to front cover and to some pages throughout - light dog-earing to some page corners
FASHION - "Going to any lengths"
(by Meriel McCooey)
2 page photos of short fox fur coats (by Top Gear, a Chelsea boutique)
THE PAINTER WHO INSPIRED HOLLYWOOD - "The Victorians Part 4"
The aristocrats of the British Empire were beginning to feel a comforting affinity with the old Roman one when, in the 1960s, Alma-Tadema came along with paintings to emphasise the similarity. But his vision of Rome outlived the Victorians. His emphasis on personal drama, his wide-angle perspective and the huge scale of his works set the scene for the epic film industry