The State of Research in Italian Painting of the Seventeenth Century

Cropper, Elizabeth; Dempsey, Charles
December 1987
Art Bulletin;Dec87, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p494
Academic Journal
Examines the status of research on Italian painting during the 17th century. Information on the concepts of baroque and classicism in art; Information on the rhetorical techniques of the painter Bellori; Contributions of scholars Giovanni Previtali, Mia Cinotti and Denis Mahon to art history.


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