John Smibert's Italian Sojourn--Once Again

Saunders, Richard H.
June 1984
Art Bulletin;Jun84, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p312
Academic Journal
Investigates the existence of paintings done by John Smibert during his journey to Italy from 1719 to 1722. Paintings considered as works of Smibert; Speculations on several portraits; Classes of paintings in which Smibert was preoccupied; Features of the paintings.


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