Florence, Italy: Kunsthistorischen Institutes, 2007. Softbound. VG- (small bump to fore edge of front cover and first few pages; else clean, bright, tight). White wraps with black lettering on upper cover. Paginated from 45-158 with 130 color and (mostly) bw illus. Text in Italian. Vol. LI, No. 1/2 in a series of articles. Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florence was founded in 1908 and is recognized as being among the most important international journals for art historians. They currently are published by Centro Di in Florence and are dedicated particularly to Italian art of the late antiquity to the present. Articles appear variouslyl in German, English, French, Italian and Spanish with contributions through a peer review process in the double-blind process. Currently, three are published every year. Max Seidel is one of the main authors, of many, for this series. Excellent visuals. (Inventory #: 127521)
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