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This is the first book to explore how and why flowers feature so extensively in the extraordinary art of the Renaissance, providing an unrivalled exploration of their beauty and significance.
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Celia Fisher is a freelance art historian and plant specialist and the author of "Flowers and Fruit" (National Gallery London, 1998) and "The Medieval Flower Book "(British Library, 2007).Review:
"The book is well balanced, carefully compiled, well written, accessible, and divinely illustrated. . . . It has an appealing thesis and will be valuable as a reference source for students, curators, art historians, florists, and botanists."--"Library Journal "
"This book would be a delight for anyone interested in the meaning of flowers in Renaissance art."--"Cassone "
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Book Description Frances Lincoln Ltd, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0711230684