"Virtue and Magnificence: Art of the Italian Renaissance Courts" by Alison Cole

The “virtue,” or genius, of the artist and the “magnificence” of the ruler are two defining qualities of the Renaissance. Around these concepts, Cole has built a remarkable new vision of Italian Renaissance art and culture, telling the stories of Florence, Venice, and Rome, as well as those of lesser-known cities of the time, including Naples and Milan. Buona Lettura!

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