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The art of the altarpiece ; 3. Story-telling in Renaissance Art ; 4. The challenge of nature and the antique ; 5. Portraiture and the rise of 'Renaissance Man' ; 6. The story of a square ; 7.
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Objects and images for the domestic sphere ; 8. Did women have a Renaissance? Michelangelo and the birth of the Artist Review quote Johnson has succeeded in packing a great deal of intelligent discussion into a very limited space. I would wholeheartedly recommend this book for anyone, from teenagers onwards, requiring an introduction to current views on Renaissance Art show more.