Michelangelo's Dream

Ruvoldt, Maria
March 2003
Art Bulletin;Mar2003, Vol. 85 Issue 1, p86
Academic Journal
Analyzes Michelangelo's drawing entitled II Sogno. Traditional view of the drawing; Center of the artwork; Discussion on the copies of the drawing.


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