Jean Pucelle and Giovanni Pisano

Ferber, Stanley H.
March 1984
Art Bulletin;Mar1984, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p65
Academic Journal
Profiles painter Jean Pucelle and sculptor Giovanni Pisano. Information on their artworks; Compositional analogies of their artworks; Pucelle's knowledge in Italian art.


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