Art in Renaissance Italy

By: Paoletti, John T.; Radke,

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Art in Renaissance Italy by Paoletti, John T.; Radke, Gary M
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London, United Kingdom: Laurence King Publishing, 2001. "Discussing the extraordinary range and variety of artistic production and patronage throughout Italy from the mid-13th century to 1600, the book covers both the major centres of Florence, Venice and Rome, and many other cities ranging from Assisi to Naples. The narrative brings to life the rich tapestry of Italian Renaissance society, even providing fascinating glimpses of daily life such as the food that people ate and how they entertained themselves. Innovative and scholarly, yet acceessibl and beautifully presented, Art in Renaissance Italy, Second Edition, is set to become a definitive work on this most significant era of Western culture." pp 512 printed on glossy paper and lavishly illustrated through out in full colour and b/w. Soft Cover. New. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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