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Art and Architecture in France, 1500-1700 (The Yale University Press Pelican History) [Paperback]

Anthony Blunt

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From the point of view of French art the most important historical events of the years 1494-1525 were the campaigns of Charles VIII (reigned 1483-98), Louis XII (1498-1515), and Francis I (1515-47) in Italy, which produced as a direct result a reverse invasion of France by Italian taste. Read the first page
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