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L'immagine della musica nello 'studio' del palazzo veronese di Mario Bevilacqua (1536-93)
(2015-12) - Journal article,
Mario Bevilacqua was one of the most important collectors and patrons of literature and the arts of his time. He was born in Verona on 8 October 1536 to Gregorio and Giulia di Canossa, niece of Girolamo Canossa, an important ...
The concreteness of concrete art
(2015) - Journal article,
An analysis of the use of the term 'concrete' in twentieth-century art.
Out of the wilderness : a fourteenth-century English drawing of John the Baptist
(2010) - Journal article,
London, British Library, MS Royal 10 B XIV contains a large drawing of St. John the Baptist that is both exceptional for its quality and iconographically unique. Not previously noticed by art historians, it constitutes an ...
"Royalty is no longer quite royal" : word and image in the children's tales of Queen Marie of Romania
(2018-03-20) - Journal article,
This paper explores the role played by the children’s tales of Queen Marie of Romania in the construction of a distinctive vision of royalty between 1913-29. Straddling the First World War, from which Romania emerged ...