Giovanni Antonio Dosio: The Roman Years

Valone, Carolyn
December 1976
Art Bulletin;Dec76, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p528
Academic Journal
Focuses on the contributions of the artist Giovanni Antonio Dosio of Rome, Italy. Formation of the artistic personality of Dosio; Information on the work of Dosio on the tomb of a Bishop Farratino of Amelia; Confusion over the roles played by Dosio and Hippolito Scalza at Amelia.


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