Milano (Milan), Italy: Edizioni Tecnografico Italiano, 1966. Seconda Edizione / Second edition. Hardcover. VG- (Binding is quite handsome, though it has a small soil mark on outer spine; text pages are moderately tanned; plate pages are cleaner.). Light brown leather, gilt letters on spine, 143 pp., 143 BW plates. Text is in Italian. Details the career and artwork of Italian Renaissance painter Andrea Solario / Solari (1460-1524). Includes illustrations of 143 of his pieces, as well as a substantial bibliography, in addition to what seems to be a fairly comprehensive catalogue raisonne.
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