Art and Cartography: Six Historical Essays
University of Chicago Press, 1987 - Art - 249 pages
The contributors—Svetlana Alpers, Samuel Y. Edgerton, Jr., Ulla Ehrensvard, Juergen Schulz, James A. Welu, and David Woodward—examine the historical links between art and cartography from varied perspectives.
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