Christopher B. Fulton
Christopher Fulton is Associate Professor of Renaissance art at the University of Louisville. His publications include articles on Medici art patronage, Savonarolan art, Donatello, and portrayals of youth in Florentine art. Having received his PhD from Columbia University, he worked at several art museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the National Gallery of Art. He has recently turned his attention to the subject of Mexican art, while still pursuing research on Italian topics.
2006, cm 21,5 x 32, xxiv-330 pp. con 15 tavv. f.t. a colori e 106 figg. n.t. in b.n. Rilegato (Hardcover).
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