A New History of Italian Renaissance Art Hardcover – 9 Jan 2012
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Fresh, stimulating and accessible look at Italian Renaissance art. --RA Magazine
An impressive volume that looks at one of the greatest periods of art in a genuinely new and fascinating way ... huge and beautifully illustrated. --Country Life
Very much a book of today ... the largest and most comprehensive textbook on the subject - sure to make a Botticelli lover out of anyone. --Monocle
Stunning … Campbell and Cole set out to escape from the shadow of Hartt's impressive but dated study, and give us a new history of Italian Renaissance art that is much more fully aware of the historical and social contexts in which it was produced … excellent and plentiful colour illustrations. --Art Quarterly
Prompts some fascinating insights ... this is a book that draws readers in and makes them discover new, illuminating contexts. --Apollo
A massive, copiously illustrated volume … strong on technique, court art and centres of production --Burlington Magazine
Splendid … Among the best scholars in their field, they have produced a text informed by methodological sophistication, allied to an ability to make complex subjects accessible … the mental ability with which topics are integrated into a well-written text is remarkable … an enlightened book that can be read with profit by advanced beginners as well as seasoned professionals --The Art Newspaper
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That's a very kind nod to Terry Pratchett. Anyway I bought this as a birthday present for my daughter to help with her OU History of Art course and she seems to think it's the... Read morePublished on 22 Nov. 2013 by Grampa