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With this volume Chandler Post brings to a close his discussion of Spanish painting during the Middle Ages. After two preliminary chapters on the general character of the period, he takes up the followers of Bermejo, unattached paintings in Bermejo’s Aragonese School, Hispano-Flemish works in or from Aragon but possibly not associated with the presence of Bermejo, the followers of Huguet, other Aragonese artists influenced by Huguet Aragonese artists dependent upon members of Huguet’s Catalan circle, the strain from Valencia and the Maestrazgo, and paintings of uncertain attribution. As in the earlier volumes, there is a long Appendix containing additional notes on the artists previously discussed and additional bibliography for all the preceding volumes. Post’s work has already taken its proper place as a monument of American scholarship, a classic in the field of art history to which succeeding generations will turn again and again.