Firenze-Milano: Artificio Skira, 1999. Softcover. G (Slightly aged overall, with some scuffs to covers, few creases in outer spine; page edges are tanning lightly; text and illus. are clear.). Black & color illus. wraps, French flaps, 470 pp., BW & color illus. Text is in Italian. Issued in conjunction with a 1999-2000 exhibition that explored the artwork rendered by Michelangelo during his earliest years as an artist. Includes examples of other art from the time, as the text also looks at the environment initiated by the Medici in Florence in the late fifteenth century. Covers Michelangelo's relationship with the sculptor Bertold di Giovanni and the artist's early work in Bologna and Rome. The annotated and illustrated catalogue addresses at least 78 pieces. Includes a chronology and extensive bibliography. This copy is WARMLY INSCRIBED BY BRANDT in English on the opening page.
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