The Raphael tapestry cartoons: narrative, decoration, design
Scala Books in association with The Victoria and Albert Museum, 1996 - Antiques & Collectibles - 96 pages
The cartoons and tapestries that this book examines and describes were commissioned by Pope Leo X in 1515 and depict selected acts of St Peter and St Paul. This book looks at the research carried out on them using modern technology.
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