"Remember Me: Renaissance Portraits" by Matthias Ubl

Portraiture for the ruling class in the Renaissance was a necessity. But as wealth spread to bankers, scholars, and merchants, portraits became more popular outside of European courts. Often used as a form of remembrance and religious devotion, portraits were used to immortalize those in power. This text compiles over 100 portraits from Northern Europe and Italy, and features artists such as Dürer, Titian, Anguissola, Memling, and Veronese.

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