The painter’s reflection
Self-Portraiture in Renaissance Venice (1458-1625)
2000, cm 15 x 21, 200 pp. con 90 ill. f.t.
- About this book
This book explores the function and meaning of self-images produced in and around Venice during one of the most pivotal periods in the city’s history. Brown addresses cultural changes that contributed to the proliferation of this new subject in painting, drawing, sculpture, and medals.