Thoughts Concerning the 'Master of the Glorification of St. Thomas'

Mallory, Michael
March 1975
Art Bulletin;Mar1975, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p9
Academic Journal
Analyzes the panel depicting the glorification of Saint Thomas Master in the Church of Santa Caterina in Pisa, Italy. Motifs visible in the panel; Deductions on the polyptych of the panel; Similarities in the design of the panel.


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