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For the fourth edition of this introduction to Italian sculpture, the author has thoroughly revised the text, notes and bibliographies, incorporating all the significant new research and publications since the last major revision in This boxed set contains all three volumes of John Pope-Hennessy's work on Italian sculpture.5/5(1). London: Phaidon, first edition. hardcover. VG. Italian High Renaissance and Baroque Sculpture, by John Pope-Hennessy. 3-volume set. London: Phaidon, Hardbound in blue cloth with gilt titles on spine, and cream dust jackets. Vol Text: pp. w/ b/w photographic illustrations on glossy paper. "Italian High Renaissance Baroque Sculpture" was first published in and was revised and expanded for a second edition in The current edition includes an appendix of additions and corrections reflecting the literature on Italian sculpture, which has grown considerably since the second edition was published. Italian High Renaissance and Baroque Sculpture, Plate Volume, by John Pope-Hennessy. Phaidon Press, , First edition,. Used - Good. Shows some signs .
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Fourth edition"--Preface. Description: pages: illustrations ; 30 cm. Contents: Michelangelo: the early works --Michelangelo: the Medici chapel --Michelangelo: the tomb of Pope Julius II --The High Renaissance statue --The High Renaissance tomb --The High Renaissance relief --The Florentine fountain --Venetian High Renaissance. Italian High Renaissance and Baroque sculpture 1st Vintage Books ed. by Pope-Hennessy, John Wyndham Sir Published by Vintage Books in New : Buy Introduction to Italian Sculpture, Volume III: Italian High Renaissance and Baroque Sculpture: Vol. 3 4th edition by Pope-Hennessy, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Renaissance art uses the same device and for the same purpose, even though you’ll seldom (if ever) find a Renaissance spacescape. But when you see a representation of The Madonna and Child or of the Crucifixion, the use of distinctly horizontal or vertical lines is clearly emphasized.