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Idea and image : studies in the Italian Renaissance

Author: Rudolf Wittkower
Publisher: [New York] : Thames and Hudson, ©1978.
Series: Collected essays of Rudolf Wittkower, 5.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rudolf Wittkower
ISBN: 0500850054 9780500850053
OCLC Number: 5028646
Description: 255 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: Michelangelo's Biblioteca Laurenziana --
Michelangelo's dome of St Peter's --
The 'Menicantonio' sketchbook in the Paul Mellon collection --
The changing concept of proportion --
Brunelleschi and 'proportion in perspective' --
Desiderio da Settignano's 'St Jerome in the desert' --
The young Raphael --
Giorgione and Arcady --
'Sacri Monti' in the Italian Alps --
The painters of Verona, 1480-1530.
Series Title: Collected essays of Rudolf Wittkower, 5.
Responsibility: Rudolf Wittkower.

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