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Zollner, Frank

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ISBN 10: 3791332724 / ISBN 13: 9783791332727
Published by Prestel, Germany, 2005
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NEW BOOK and DJ, both GIFT-quality MINT/ PRISTINE. // A sumptuous Catalogue Raisonne with 239 color plates in matchless color-transfer, plus an additional 18 black-and-white illustrations. One of the most elegant clothbound treasures to be marketed. Our copy is superb, and we think no finer copy exists. Bookseller Inventory # 003437

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Title: Botticelli

Publisher: Prestel, Germany

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Cloth Hardcover

Book Condition:New

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Sandro Botticelli ranks as one of the most outstanding artists of the Renaissance. Regarded as the inventor of the mythology painting and the creator of the first life-sized nude in modern painting, Botticelli also painted numerous portraits of the leading figures in Florentine society and witnessed the upsurge of religious fanaticism, channelling it productively into his work. Our notion of Renaissance art has been shaped by his key works Primavera and the Arrival (or Birth) of Venus. This volume, which provides the most detailed catalogue raisonne of Botticelli's paintings to date, examines every aspect of his creative output from the most recent methodical point of view.

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Botticelli is one of the most beloved figures of the Renaissance period and his seductive Venus and graceful Primavera are among the world's most recognizable works of art.

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