Giovanni Rucellai ed il suo Zibaldone. Vol II: A Florentine Patrician and His Palace (Book Review)

Ahl, Diane Cole
March 1986
Art Bulletin;Mar1986, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p165
Book Review
Reviews the book 'Giovanni Rucellai ed il suo Zibaldone,' Vol. II, 'A Florentine Patrician and His Palace,' by F. W. Kent, Alessandro Perosa, Brenda Preyer, Piero Sanpaolesi and Roberto Salvini.


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