Italian Renaissance Paintingby James H. Beck
In this revised edition of a classic work of art history, Columbia University's James Beck outlines the grand epoch of Italian Renaissance art for experts and art lovers alike. Drawing on a wealth of knowledge, Beck introduces the era's great artists, focusing on their relationships with each other, and the historical and cultural context in which they worked. From Uccello to Pontormo, he spans the connections between three generations of artists, as well as their workshops, patrons, techniques, and perspectives. With profuse illustrations supplemented by a host of new color photographs, a revised bibliography, and a moregenerous format.
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