Concealed Wisdom: Renaissance Hieroglyphic and Lorenzo Lotto's Bergamo Intarsie

Galis, Diana
September 1980
Art Bulletin;Sep80, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p363
Academic Journal
Examines the influence of Renaissance hieroglyphic in the coperti created by Lorenzo Lotto for the intarsia choir of the Church of Saint Maria Maggiore. Principles of Renaissance hieroglyphic; Interpretation of the coperti.


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