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Andrea Mantegna, the painter who "was able to rise above earth and create heavenly forms which are still real" (W. Goethe). A protagonist of the renewal of the figurative language in northern Italy. An introduction to the life of the artist, with his masterpieces. Key Sales Information - Each volume contains 96 pages and at least 50 colour images and is perfect for casual reading or easy reference: an accessible overview which is a fine and a practical art history lesson that everyone can enjoy. - The text includes a timeline, a catalogue of the works, a critical anthology and a selected bibliography. Author Francesca Marini is an art historian and a writer. She published several artist monographs for Skira including Caravaggio, Bacon, Gèricault, Tintoretto. She is also the author of dossiers in the Skira exhibition catalogues Modigliani (2006) and Bacon (2008).show more

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  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 135 x 168 x 12mm | 180g
  • Milan, Italy
  • English
  • 8857205401
  • 9788857205403
  • 1,655,413