Fatte a Sembianza di Pittura: Jacopo Sansovino's Bronze Reliefs in S. Marco

Stott, Deborah
September 1982
Art Bulletin;Sep82, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p370
Academic Journal
Focuses on Jacopo Sansovino's bronze reliefs in S. Marco. Details of Sansovino's tribunes; Implication of the monumental vaulted building behind the figures, with its classical Corinthian pilasters, coffered barrel vault, spandrels with Victories and bucrania frieze; Analysis of each relief.


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