Part of Prentice Hall's new "Perspective" series of moderately priced, heavily illustrated, high-quality paperback books on specific subjects in art history, this book discusses the art of Rome in the Renaissance in the context of its patronage. It accounts the extraordinary works of art and architecture sponsored by the popes and Roman noble families--churches, palaces, villas, paintings, frescoes, fountains, sculptures, and illustrated books.

The Art of Renaissance, 1400-1600 1997, Prentice Hall, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780135701850

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