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The Panorama of the Renaissance by Margaret…

The Panorama of the Renaissance

by Margaret Aston

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A wide collection of paintings and drawings showing life, characters, and the development of style during the mid 1400's to 1600's
Large color paintings
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The Panorama of the Renaisance is true to its name, offering a diverse and rich collection of artwork from both masters and relatively obscure artists. Editor Margaret Aston, whose earlier books, including England's Iconoclasts and The King's Bedpost: Reformation and Iconography in a Tudor Group Portrait are a history of Europe--especially England--through art, orchestrates an exuberant tribute to the prolific richness of the era.

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A spectacular array of images invites the reader to follow the great lives, explore the themes and witness the major events of this era.

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