The First Time: Innovations in Art
"Concerned with particular steps and courageous innovations that painters have used since the end of the Middle Ages in Europe to overcome established traditions in art, thus contributing to the advancement of painting."--Jacket.
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GIOTTO AND HIS ART
THE FIRST ILLUSION 1ST CEILING PAINTINGS
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