Antonio del Massaro, detto il Pastura
Studi su un 'peruginesco' viterbese e la sua bottega
2022, cm 24 x 30, viii-198 pp. con 176 figg. a colori. Rilegato
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“Et di questo il Vasari non fa mentione”, wrote Giulio Mancini in the seventeenth century in his Considerazioni sulla pittura, intrigued by the mysterious artist from Viterbo whose works he was discovering and ‘recognizing’ between Rome and Viterbo. Antonio del Massaro, known as Pastura, is considered the most ‘Peruginesque’ of Pintoricchio's collaborators and he was one of the most active promoters of Perugino’s artistic language in Tuscia. This volume seeks to sketch an image as detailed as possible of the artist through essays and documents.
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