Fifteenth Century from van Eyck to Botticelli by Jacques Lassaigne

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Bibliography: P218-222.-includes index.

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Statementtext by Jacques Lassaigne and Giulio Carlo Argan.
ContributionsArgan, Giulio Carlo.
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Pagination235p. :
Number of Pages235
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Open LibraryOL17104113M

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