An Exchange on 'the State of Medieval Art History'

Sandler, Lucy Freeman; Kessler, Herbert L.
September 1989
Art Bulletin;Sep89, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p506
Academic Journal
Comments on an article which focused on medieval art history, published in the 1988 issue of 'Art Bulletin.' Focus on the art history of the period; Criticisms toward the bibliographical citations of works in the article.


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