Michelangelo's Unfinished Works

Schulz, Juergen
September 1975
Art Bulletin;Sep75, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p366
Academic Journal
Provides information on the unfinished artworks of Michelangelo. Significance of his abstract work non finito; Theories on Michelangelo's reasons for his abandoned artworks; History of the artworks.


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