A Reconsideration of the Religious Iconography in Hartt's History of Italian Renaissance Art

Plogsterth, Ann
September 1975
Art Bulletin;Sep75, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p433
Academic Journal
Discusses the reconsideration of the religious iconography in Hartt's History of Italian Renaissance Art. Misconceptions of Hartt about the religious iconography of a number of works; Details on the Doni Madonna by Michelangelo; Criticisms on several artworks.


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