Vasari and the Renaissance Print
This volume examines Giorgio Vasari's interest, as an art historian and as an artist, in engravings and woodblock prints, revealing how it sheds light on aspects of Vasari's career, and on aspects of 16th-century artistic culture and artistic practice.
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