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Focuses on a few crucial years of Caravaggio's development, in order to cast light on what made him such a revolutionary figure. It argues that this revolution was one of technique rather than style, and involved the sophisticated use of camera obscura and so-called "burning" or parabolic mirrors, exploiting new advances in optics and glassmaking. Import. Well illustrated, most in color.

Format: Hardbound
Pages: 279
Publisher: Paul Holberton
Size: 10x12 inches
ISBN: 9781907372100
Item #: 6769500

Published at $65.00 Your Price $19.95 (Save $45.05)

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