The 100 Most Influential Painters & Sculptors of the Renaissance
The Rosen Publishing Group, Dec 20, 2009 - Art - 373 pages
The Renaissance was a fantastic period of rebirth in terms of art and culture. This book recounts the struggles and victories of the most celebrated artists who lived and worked at this time. The masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci, Pieter Bruegel, Sandro Botticelli, and many others also highlighted. Readers will be swept up in the fervor and change of the époque, which is fully supported with beautiful photographs and detailed illustrations.
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