Politics and Propaganda in the Sagrada Forma by Claudio Coello

Sullivan, Edward J.
June 1985
Art Bulletin;Jun85, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p243
Academic Journal
Focuses on how the painting 'Sagrada Forma,' by Claudio Coello depicts politics and propaganda. Analysis on the painting style used by Coello; Characterization of the painting; Details on wall paintings of the sacristy shown in the art work.


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