All the paintings of Mantegna, by Renata Cipriani. Translated from the Italian by Paul Colacicchi.

; Cipriani, Renata
New York, Hawthorn Books [1964] .

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Other Authors Cipriani, Renata.
Subjects Mantegna, Andrea, 1431-1506.
Series Complete library of world art ; 20-21.
Description 2 volumes (119 pages) color illustrations, 184 plates 18 cm.
Copyright Date [1964]
©1963
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Mantegna has been frequently criticized for burdening his art with Roman motifs and superfluous ancient ruins, but in her essay on the artist, Professor Cipriani shows how much more relevant is the relationship between the contemporary event and the past in Mantegna's paintings.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)690158
(OCoLC)ocm00690158
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WorldCat Identities Mantegna, Andrea, 1431-1506.
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