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Bronzino: Renaissance Painter as Poet

Descriere: Bronzino's stature as one of the great painters of the Florentine Renaissance has long been recognized. By contrast, his literary achievements as a poet have been neglected. This is the first modern study to focus on the poetry of Bronzino. Seeking to clarify the meaning of Bronzino's poems, Deborah Parker argues that they are considerable literary achievements. Importantly, she demonstrates that our understanding of Bronzino's paintings is incomplete without careful attention to his poetry.
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Autori: Deborah Parker | Editura: Cambridge University Press | Anul aparitiei: 2011 | ISBN: 9780521178532 | Numar de pagini: 246 | Categorie: Poetry  

  

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