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Andrea del Sarto
The Renaissance Workshop in Action
Julian Brooks with Denise Allen and Xavier F. Salomon
The great Renaissance artist Andrea del Sarto rivals Leonardo da Vinci as one of history's most accomplished draftsmen. This fresh consideration of del Sarto's work sheds new light on his creative process and dazzling inventiveness.
Principles of Art History
The Problem of the Development of Style in Early Modern Art
One Hundredth Anniversary Edition
A New Translation by Jonathan Blower
Essays by Evonne Levy and Tristan Weddigen
A titan in his field, Heinrich Wölfflin and his magnum opus Principles of Art History have influenced scholars of aesthetics and art criticism for generations. In this new crystalline translation, Wölfflin's approach to art history proves to be as revolutionary and vital as it was a century ago.
Historical Perspectives in the Conservation of Works of Art on Paper
Edited by Margaret Holben Ellis
This book gathers a selection of more than ninety-five texts that have been influential in the preservation of our cultural heritage. Each relates how paper conservation has responded to the changing place of prints and drawings in society.
The Museum of Augustus
The Temple of Apollo in Pompeii, the Portico of Philippus in Rome, and Latin Poetry
Rigorous, astute, and ambitious, this book provides a careful examination of the dynamic interplay between Roman poetry and visual art, drawing on literary and archaeological sources rarely used in concert.
Environmental Management for Collections
Alternative Conservation Strategies for Hot and Humid Climates
Shin Maekawa, Vincent L. Beltran, and Michael C. Henry
This volume provides much-needed guidance for curators and conservators alike who face the challenges of climates intemperate for art, historical, and archaeological collections.
Manuscript Cultures of Colonial Mexico and Peru
New Questions and Approaches
Edited by Thomas B. F. Cummins, Emily Engel, Barbara Anderson, and Juan Ossio
This book explores how the Galvin Murúa, the Getty Murúa, the Florentine Codex, and the Relación de Michoacán were each created while showcasing dynamic new developments in the field of manuscript research.