An Augustinian Interpretation of Michelangelo's Sistine Ceiling, Part II

Dotson, Esther Gordon
September 1979
Art Bulletin;Sep79, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p405
Academic Journal
Discusses the interpretations of Michael Angelo's paintings on the Sistine ceiling by the Augustinian. List of Sibyls known in antiquity; Renaissance interpretations of Sibyls accompanied by texts; Description of Michael Angelo's paintings on the ceilings of the church.


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