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Fra Angelico to Leonardo: Italian Renaissance Drawings Hardcover – Mar 8 2010


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Even if you didn't see the exhibition... Aug. 10 2010
By Mrs. E - Published on Amazon.com
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...you will appreciate this book for its stunning reproductions and insightful text. If you have any interest at all in how Renaissance artists worked, this book should be on your shelf.
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Great Cover, Boring Collection. May 6 2012
By Xavier F. Hussenet - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I am an artist and this is how I feel: I did not know when I purchased this book that I would be looking at works of secondary interest to me, though you may find them fascinating if you are an art historian. I concluded that the reason for that is in the details: this is based on a show of works owned in England, held in England, not necessarily of the caliber you might find in Italian collections. The description does not mention that the show in England is the basis of the book and that the works are mostly limited to private collections in England. It is one thing to say that this is a drawing by Michelangelo, but quite different to say this is transcendent work of the kind suggested by the exceptional cover. I cannot say anything about the text itself as I did not read it, and so I would not give this book a bad review for students of art history, I am sure it is excellent, the British are great scholars and writers.


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