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A History of Spanish Painting, Volume III

The Italo-Gothic and International Styles (continued)

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$65.00 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674600195

Publication Date: 01/01/1930

356 pages

331 illustrations


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Well known through his history of sculpture, Professor Post was the pioneer among American scholars in his devotion to Spanish art, and most of the students occupied with that field in the United States are deeply obligated to him for inspiration and guidance. The three volumes now published provide an introduction to the subject which will extend through a number of volumes. They constitute a self-sufficient and essential work in a field where no such comprehensive survey and synthesis had heretofore been available. ... It is an indispensable work, marking the conquest of the last frontier in European art history.Parnassus

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