Torino: Umberto Allemandi, 1989. Second Edition. Hardcover. VG-/Good+ clean and tight; dj has general shelf wear with chipping at head of spine.. Pale aqua boards; black lettering. Matching dj with color image and red/black lettering. 252 pp. with 99 main plates and 121 illustrations. A bit heavy at 5 pounds and may require extra postage. Text in Italian. After Popham's book appeared in 1957, this is the next new, meticulous work and reiterates his argumensts in light of new studies and contributions. Revealed here for the first time are some very important unpublished ideas, constituting a valuable contribution to a more precise definition of Correggio and his work. These beautiful drawings reproduce the artist's position that anticipates, by almost a century, the vision of the Baroque. - from the preface by Federico Zeri. (Inventory #: 159613)
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