The Renaissance

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Universe Books, 1988 - Art - 196 pages
This penetrating study of one of the most fruitful epochs in European art presents the Renaissance not simply as the rebirth of classical styles, but also as the period that saw "the invasion of man and his world into the domain of the arts".

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Contents

Introduction
5
Architecture
14
Sculpture
54
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Wundram received a doctorate 1952 with a thesis on Lorenzo Ghiberti.

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