Frederick, Kevin M.
March 1989
Art Bulletin;Mar1989, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p128
Academic Journal
Comments on an article about the St. Victor altarpiece in Siena, Italy. Historical background of the S. Vittorio altarpiece; Criticism of the marginal notes published by the authors of the article; Issues regarding the archival references of the authors; Views on the author's reconstruction of the Fogg Nativity.


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