Rosso in Italy: The Italian Career of Rosso Fiorentino

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Rosso Fiorentino is one of the most original and difficult painters of the entire Renaissance period, and a crucial figure among the so-called Mannerists. This account of the life and works of the Florentine painter and draftsman covers the period from his birth in 1494 until about 1530, when he abandoned Italy for France and the court of Francis I, where he finally received the recognition he deserved.

Rosso in Italy: The Italian Career of Rosso Fiorentino 1994, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT

ISBN-13: 9780300058932

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