From Urbino to Rome
National Gallery London, 9781857099997, 320pp.
Publication Date: January 1, 2008
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New in paperbackThis essential book on Raphael traces the evolution of his career from its origins in central Italy to the prestigious patronage of Pope Julius II in Rome. Richly illustrated. . . . Strikes a judicious balance between technical expertisehistory, attribution, scholarshipand a wider public's interest in how pictures are made, how highly organized workshops such as Raphael's were set up, what people have seen in Raphael in earlier eras, what they themselves should be seeking out, and seeing, in the works on display. Ingrid D. Rowland, New York Review of Books
About the Author
Hugo Chapman is Assistant Keeper of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum. Tom Henry is an independent scholar. Carol Plazzotta is Myojin Curator of Italian Renaissance Painting 15001600 at the National Gallery, London."
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