Titian & Van Dyck

Phillips, J.
March 1991
American Artist;Mar1991, Vol. 55 Issue 584, p24
Examines the lives and works of Titian and Anthony Van Dyck, two seventeenth century painters often overlooked but of great influence to the history of oil painting.


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