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Publisher: Milano : Fratelli Fabbri Editori, ©1964-
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Maestri del colore
(OCoLC)894613808
Material Type: Series
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
OCLC Number: 10739981
Notes: Title from cover.
"La più grande collana d'arte del mondo."
Direttore responsibile, Dino Fabbri; condirettore, Alberto Martini; assistente, Renata Negri.
Description: volumes : illustrations (some color) ; 36 cm
Contents: v. 1. Mantegna --
v. 2. Goya --
v. 3. Carpaccio --
v. 4. Renoit --
v. 5 Correggio --
v . 6. van Gogh --
v. 7. Rubens --
v. 8. Botticelli --
v. 9. Modigliani --
v. 10. Michelangelo --
v. 11. Pieter Bruegel --
v. 12-13. Raffaello --
v. 14. Paul Gaugin --
v. 15. Giorgione --
v. 16. Duccio --
v. 17. Tintoretto --
v. 18. Toulouse-Lautrec --
v. 19. Beato Angelico --
v. 20 Rembrandt --
v. 21. Pietro Longhi --
v. 22. Albrecht Dürer --
v. 23. Antonello --
v. 24. Parmigianno --
v. 25. Delacroix --
v. 26-27. Giotto --
v. 28. Canaletto --
v. 29. Paolo Uccello --
v. 31. Fernand Léger --
v. 32. Carlo Crivelli --
v. 33. Hans Holbein --
v. 34. Maurice Utrillo --
v. 35. Guido Reni --
v. 36. Frans Hals --
v. 37. Giambattista Tiepolo --
v. 38. Giorgio Morandi --
v. 39. Filippo de Pisis --
v. 40. Jacopo Bassano --
v. 41. Edouard Manet --
v. 42. El Greco --
v. 43. Wassily Kandinsky --
v. 44. Paolo Veronese --
v. 45. Giovanni Bellini --
v. 46. Théodore Géricault --
v. 47. Pisanello --
v. 48. Andrea del Castagno --
v. 49. Annibale Carracci --
v. 50. Henri Matisse --
v. 51. Murillo --
v. 52. Carlo Carro --
v. 53. Andrea del Sarto --
v. 54. Johannes Vermeer --
v. 55. Bartolomeo Montagna --
v. 56-57. Pablo Picasso --
v. 58. Vincenzo Foppa --
v. 59. Alessandro Magnasco --
v. 60. Domenico Veneziano --
v. 61. Filippo Lippi --
v. 62. Giovanni Segantini --
v. 63. Guercino --
v. 64. Palma Il Vecchio --
v. 65. Van der Weyden --
v. 66-67. Tiziano --
v. 68. Perugino --
v. 69. Diego Velazquez --
v. 70. Camille Pissarro --
v. 71. I Lorenzetti --
v. 72. Jan van Eyck --
v. 73. Lorenzo Monaco --
v. 74. Piet Mondrian --
v. 75. Giovanni Fattori --
v. 76. Sassetta --
v. 77. Alfred Sisley --
v. 78. Dosso Dossi --
v. 79. Alberto Giacometti --
v. 80. Masolino da Panicale --
v. 81. Bramantino --
v. 82. Lukas Cranach --
v. 83. Orazio Gentileschi --
v. 84. Konrad Witz --
v. 85. Pollaiolo --
v. 86. Cosmè Tura --
v. 87. J.A. Dominique Ingres --
v. 88. Cima da Conegliano --
v. 89. Piero dell Francesca --
v. 90. Joshua Reynolds --
v. 91. Hugo van der Goes --
v. 92. Giuseppe Maria Crespi --
v. 93. Hieronymus Bosch --
v. 94. Pontormo --
v. 95 Romanino --
v. 96. Maurice de Vlaminck --
v. 97. Rosalba Carriera --
gv. 98. Iovanni Battista Piazzetta --
v. 99. Stephan Lochner --
v. 101. Raoul Dufy --
v. 102. Leonardo --
v. 103. J.B. Camille Corot --
v. 104. Francesco Guardi --
v. 105. Albert Marquet --
v. 106. Rosso Fiorentino --
v. 107. Claude Lorrain --
v. 108. Gainsborough --
v. 109. Pietro da Cortona --
v. 110. Francesco del Cossa --
v. 111. Giovanni da Milano --
v. 112. Georges Rouault --
v. 113. Cimabue --
v. 114. Georges Braque --
v. 115. Lorenzo Lotto --
v. 116. Gerolamo Savoldo --
v. 117. Domenico Beccafumi --
v. 118. Benozzo Gozzoli --
v. 119. Simone Martini --
v. 120. Graham Sutherland. v. 121. Memlinc --
v. 122. Fontanesi --
v. 123. Grünewald --
v. 124. Chardin --
v. 125 Van Dyck --
v. 126. Vallotton --
v. 127. De Nittis --
v. 128. Bergognone --
v. 129. Courbet --
v. 130. Elsheimer --
v. 131. Constable --
v. 132. Ercole de Roberti --
v. 133. Gaudenzio Ferrari --
v. 134. Bernado Strozzi --
v. 135. Gregorio de Ferrari --
v. 136. Miró --
v. 137. Kirchner --
v. 138. Turner --
v. 139. Moroni --
v. 140. La Tour --
v. 141. Luini --
v. 142. Bonnard --
v. 143. Bronzino --
v. 144. Degas --
v. 145. Moretto --
v. 146. Soutine --
v. 147. Boccioni --
v. 148. Rousseau --
v. 149. Altdorfer --
v. 150. Kokoschka --
v. 151. Vivarini --
v. 152. Poussin --
v. 153. Domenichino --
v. 154-155. Caravaggio --
v. 156. Ghirlandaio --
v. 157. Vitale da Bologna --
v. 158. Sebastiano del Piombo --
v. 159. Gentile da Fabriano --
v. 160. Ribera --
v. 161. David --
v. 162. Klimt --
v. 163. Fragonard --
v. 164. Quinten Metsijs --
v. 165. Daumier --
v. 166. Masaccio --
v. 167. Luca di Leida --
v. 168. Fouquet --
v. 169. Ensor --
v. 170. Vuillard --
v. 171. Valentin --
v. 172. Luca Giordano --
v. 173. Ceruti --
v. 174. Watteau --
v. 175. Klee --
v. 176. Signorelli --
v. 177. Juan Gris --
v. 178. Seurat --
v. 179. Munch --
v. 180. Signac --
v. 181. Zurbaràn --
v. 182. Rivera --
v. 183. Ruisdael --
v. 184. Whistler --
v. 185. Petrus Christus --
v. 186. Cézanne --
v. 187. Hogarth --
v. 188. Max Ernst --
v. 189. Bacon --
v. 190. Bellotto --
v. 191. Michael Pacher --
v. 192. Louis Le Nain --
v. 193. Tommaso da Modena --
v. 194. Giorgio de Chirico --
v. 195. Friedrich --
v. 196. Siqueiros --
v. 197. Redon --
v. 198. Guisto de' Menabuoi --
v. 199. De Staël --
v. 200. Orozco --
v. 201. Chagall --
v. 202-203. Miniatura medievale --
v. 204. La pttura romanica nell'Italia settentrionale --
v. 205. Il Manierismo di Haarlem --
v. 206. Il gotico inernazionale in Boemia --
v. 207-208. La pittura romanica in Francia --
v. 209. Philippe de Champaigne --
v. 210. La pittura romanica nell'Italia centro-meridionale --
v. 211. Spranger e i pittori rudolfini --
v. 212. La pittura bizantina --
v. 213. Il Maestro di Moulins --
v. 214. Il Baciccio --
v. 215. La pittura romanica in Spagna --
v. 216. Matteo Giovannetti e la cultura mediterranea --
v. 217-218. I paesaggisti nordici italianizzanti del XVIII secolo --
v. 219. Michelino da Besozzo e l'ouvraige de Lombardie' --
v. 220 I seguaci del Caravaggio nei Paesi Bassi --
v. 221. Mengs --
v. 222. I seguaci del Caravaggio a Napoli --
v. 223. Wright of Derby --
v. 224-225. Gli affreschi gotici lombardi --
v. 226. Il gotico internazionale in Spagna --
v. 227. La pittura spagnola nella seconda metà del '400 --
v. 228. La pittura riminese del Trecento --
v. 229. Fra Galgario --
v. 230. Butinone e Zenale --
v. 231. Derain --
v. 232. La pittura tardogotica veneta --
v. 233. I paesaggisti olandesi del XVII secolo --
v. 234. Rubljov --
v. 235. Il gotico internazionale nei paesi tedeschi --
v. 236. Lanfranco --
v. 237. Zoffany --
v. 238. Vrubel' --
v. 239. La pittura tardogotica in Toscana --
v. 240. Liotard --
v. 241. Repin --
v. 242. Paolo Veneziano e il suo temp --
v. 243-244. Il gotico internatzionale in Francia e nei Paesi Bassi --
v. 245. La pittura bolognese del Trecento --
v. 246. Hubert Robert --
v. 247. Maso di Banco --
v. 248. La scuola di Giotto --
v. 249. Duchamp --
v. 250. Romney --
v. 251. La pittura del Medioevo --
v. 252. La pittura dell'Italia centrale nell'età gotica --
v. 253. La pittura dell'Italia settentrionale nell'etàgotica --
v. 254. Il gotico internazionale in Europa --
v. 255. Il gotico internazionale in Italia. v. 256. Masaccio e la pittura del '400 in Toscana --
v. 257. Il diffondersi della visione prospettica --
v. 258. La Valle Padana fra Gotico e Rinascimento --
v. 259. Prospettiva italiana e microcosmo fiammingo --
v. 260. Classicismo e Manierismo nell'Italia centrale --
v. 261. Classicismo e Manierismo nel Nord --
v. 262. L'Europa all'aprirsi del Cinquecento --
v. 263. Classicismo e Realismo nel Nord --
v. 264. Caravaggio e i caravaggeschi --
v. 265. La diffusione del naturalismo in Europa --
v. 266. Il Classicismo --
v. 267. La pittura barocca --
v. 268. La pittura del Settecento in Italia --
v. 269. La pittura del Settecento in Francia e nell'Europa centrale --
v. 270. La pittura del Settecento in Inghilterra e in Spagna --
v. 271. Dal Romanticismo al Realismo --
v. 272. Dal Realismo all'Impressionismo --
v. 273. Diffusione dell'Impressionismo e Postimpressionismo --
v. 274. Simbolismo e Intimismo fine secole --
v. 275. Le avanguardie: Cubismo, Futurismo, Astrattismo --
v. 276. Fauvismo, Espressionismo, Realismo sociale --
v. 277. Scuola di Parigi e personalità indipendenti --
v. 278. Dal Surrealismo alle correnti più recenti --
v. 279-286. Indice e Repertori.

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