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'This is a serious and specialized work, which is only partly about art and patronage, and it is welcome news to know that it is only the first of a projected series of publications to be undertaken by the Humanities Research Centre in Canberra in conjunction with the Oxford University Press.' Thomas Tuohy, Apollo

'important book ... this richly informative and wide-ranging book offers an excellent introduction to the present study of patronage in renaissance Italy and to the problems that study has to face. It also bears witness to the high level of renaissance scholarship in Australia.' Nicolai Rubinstein, The Burlington Magazine

'the only book for students that discusses methodology as well as topics, and for this reason alone it is invaluable' Alison Brown, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, The Burlington Magazine

'These studies offer many valuable insights into the behaviour of Renaissance patrons both towards art and within society.' Clare Robertson, University of Leicester. Art History

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