Guercino, la scuola, la maniera
I disegni agli Uffizi
2008, cm 21,5 x 29, 198 pp. con 103 ill. a colori.
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Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, called Il Guercino, is undoubtedly one of the most important and prolific masters of 17th-century Italian drawing. The Florentine collection boasts an assortment of more than seventy-five sheets, mostly studies of figures and graphic works. This catalogue provides an in-depth examination of the works (N. Turner), a careful reading of the sources (E. Cropper), the analysis of the relationships between technique and style (P. G. Tordella), as well as a list of the works not displayed in the exhibition.