Sir Sacheverell was known for his art criticism— Southern Baroque Art (1924), German Baroque Art (1927), and The Gothick North (1929)—and for his poetry— The Cyder Feast (1927) and Canons of Giant Art (1933). He was also the author of biographies, Mozart (1932) and Liszt (rev. ed. 1955); essays and observations, Conversation Pieces (1936), The Hunters and the Hunted (1948), and Cupid and the Jacaranda (1952); and travel books, Spain (1950), Denmark (1956), and Golden Wall and Mirador (1961).
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