Reconsidering Some Aspects of Ghirlandaio's Drawings

Cadogan, Jean K.
June 1983
Art Bulletin;Jun83, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p274
Academic Journal
Discusses several aspects of the drawings of Domenico Ghirlandaio. Way in which a drawing of the head of a young man was identified as Ghirlandaio's; Significance of the 'Sinopia'; Sources of the Florentine drawing style.


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