Cosmopolitanism and Campanilismo: Gothic and Romanesque in the Siena Duomo Facade

Gillerman, David M.
September 1999
Art Bulletin;Sep99, Vol. 81 Issue 3, p437
Academic Journal
Highlights the monuments of Italian gothic architecture. How to better understand the discontinuities of the facade of Siena Duomo; Disagreement on the extent of Giovanni Pisano's, an artist, role in the design and the date of completion; Description of the cathedral; Influence of Tuscan tradition; Explanation on the textured quality of the Siena facade.


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