September 1982
Art Bulletin;Sep82, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p484
Academic Journal
Presents commentaries on several articles about art as of 1982. Extent to which allegorical significance was intended in the Sistine Ceiling program; Traditions reflected by the application of photography to the making of sculpture.


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