Distance Points, Essays in Theory and Renaissance Art and Architecture
by Ackerman, James S.
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. Good+/Near Fine. 561 pp, with illustrations, index.Name written on front pastedown, some minor marginal annotation. Dust jacket shows very light shelf wear. From the dust jacket: "These essays by one of America's foremost historians of art and architecture range over theory and criticism, the search for connections between art and science in the Renaissance, and specific works of Renaissance architecture. They characterize the broad scope of James Ackerman's contributions as well as its depth in sixteenth-century studies." Oversized: shipping cost may be more than standard for priority or international orders. (Inventory #: 1802)
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