Giacinto Gimignani's Allegory of Fortune

Miller, Dwight
September 1986
Art Bulletin;Sep1986, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p446
Academic Journal
Comments on the drawing, painting and line engraving version of the 'Allegory of Fortune,' by Roman painter Giacinto Gimignani. Sequence of the three versions of the 'Allegory of Fortune'; Interpretations of the theme of the 'Allegory of Fortune.'


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