Zaccolini's theory of color perspective

Bell, Janis C.
March 1993
Art Bulletin;Mar1993, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p91
Academic Journal
Discusses Matteo Zaccolini's treatise on color perspective which is an important document for the study of early Baroque painting. Treatise providing art knowledge of seventeeth century; Zaccolini's theory of color perspective; Fine-tuning the general rule; Color perspective during the early 17th century Roman painting; Relationship between theory and practice.


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