Truth and Bizzarria in an Engraving of Lo stregozzo

Emison, Patricia
December 1999
Art Bulletin;Dec99, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p623
Academic Journal
Investigates the reasons how and why the engraved work `Lo Stregozzo' was daunted to have violated the contemporary theory of the practice of art. Testimonies about the witches and their night travels; Commentaries on the engraving; Literature on witchcraft.


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