Early Italian Masters (The Illustrated Bartsch, 25, Formerly Volume 13, Part 2)
by Bartsch, Adam von ; Walter L. Strauss ; Mark Zucker
New York: Abaris Books, 1980. Hardcover. VG- (Ex-art library, with faint label mark on spine; i.d. marks on book block edges; pocket at rear; some scuffs and wear to binding, which is slightly sunned along spine; pages are clean.). Brown cloth with gilt letters and lines on spine and front cover, 336 pp., 300+ BW illus. Part of a lengthy series of illustrated picture atlases presenting the reproduction of prints rendered by European masters. Once based primarily on the compilations created by Austrian scholar and artist Johann Adam Bernhard Ritter von Bartsch (1757-1821) in his 21-volume "Le Peintre Graveur." This volume addresses the work of about twenty Italian engraving masters, including Antonio Pollaiuolo, Andrea Mantegna, Zoan Andrea, Benedetto Montagna, Giolio Campagnola, and Cristofano Robetta. It also includes additions to the Baccio Baldini catalogue contained in the previous volume. Uncommon.
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