Reconstructing the Lost Frescoes of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva in Rome from the Meditationes of Cardinal Juan de Torquemada: A Case Study in the History of Art
This study reconstructs both the physical appearance and the spiritual experience of Torquemada's Meditationes, through a careful analysis of primary documents, architectural fragments, and historical analysis.
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