The Strozzi Chapel: Notes on the Building History of Sta. Maria Novella

Arthur, Kathleen Giles
September 1983
Art Bulletin;Sep83, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p367
Academic Journal
Provides information on the building history of the Strozzi tomb chapel located in Santa Maria Novella Church in Florence, Italy during the 13th and 14th centuries. Design and architecture; Decoration and monumental frescoes which can be found in the chapel; Improvements and renovations of the chapel.


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