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From the Publisher"...richly illustrated...This superbly organized book will prove to be an indispensable resource for further study of landscape as an important philosophical and spiritual genre." College Art Association
"A masterful study, beautifully produced with lavish illustrations, Courtright's work considerably deepens our understanding of how Gregory III's Tower of the Winds, by joining scientific motivation, politics and art in the service of his program of reform, is the tangible and lasting expression of his rulership."
Rebecca Leuchak, Roger Williams University, Religious Studies Review
"Meticulously researched and carefully argued, Courtright's study will certainly be recognized as the definitive monograph on the overlooked monument. Cambridge University Press is also to be applauded for the high production quality of this volume" - Steven F. Ostrow, University of California, Riverside