Baldassare Peruzzi and the Siege of Florence: Archival Notes and Undated Drawings

Adams, Nicholas
September 1978
Art Bulletin;Sep78, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p475
Academic Journal
Discusses issues regarding the activities and motives of Baldassare Peruzzi during the siege of Florence from 1529 to 1530. Background on the siege; Information on the drawings of Peruzzi.


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