'L'ultima mano' on the Sistine Ceiling

Hartt, Frederick
September 1989
Art Bulletin;Sep89, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p508
Academic Journal
Criticizes an article which focused on Michelangelo's use of glue in creating the fresco in the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican Palace, Vatican City, published in the periodical 'Art Bulletin.' Basis of the idea of the use of glue; Reasons for the nonuse of glue in frescoes.


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