Tommaso Campanella and Andrea Sacchi's Fresco of Divina Sapienza in the Palazzo Barberini

Lechner, Georg S.
March 1976
Art Bulletin;Mar1975, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p97
Academic Journal
Evaluates the painting 'Divina Sapienza,' by Andrea Sacchi. Description; Biblical basis of the painting; Interpretations; Comparison to other 17th century paintings.


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