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A History of Spanish Painting, Volume XIII

The Schools of Aragon and Navarre in the Early Renaissance

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ISBN 9780674422117

Publication Date: 01/01/1966

455 pages

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In Volume XIII of his monumental history of Spanish painting, Chandler Post discusses works produced in Aragon and Navarre in the early decades of the sixteenth century, describing the manifestations of early Renaissance style and the gradual lessening of the asperity that characterized paintings of the Middle Ages.

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