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Italian Art 1400-1500: Sources and Documents
by Creighton Gilbert
Northwestern University Press, 1980
Paper: 978-0-8101-1034-2
Library of Congress Classification N6915.I78 1991
Dewey Decimal Classification 709.4509024

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Creighton E. Gilbert captures the spirit of the early Renaissance in this remarkable collection of primary texts by and about artists of the fifteenth century. Italian Art makes a valuable contribution not only to the field of art history, but also to social and intellectual history. Almost all aspects of the life of the period--war, fashion, travel, communication--are documented. Revealing significant aspects of the practice of art, the process of patronage, and the way of life and social position of early Renaissance artists, Italian Art brings this fascinating period to life for students and scholars.

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