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Rome: The Golden Centuries

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Rome: The Golden Centuries.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Marco Bussagli(Author)

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Rome. The Golden Centuries unfolds the magnificent panorama of the Eternal City, long recognized as the cultural capital of Europe, before the readers eyes. Even into the twentieth century, artists from every corner of the globe were magically drawn to Rome, which served as their model and inspiration. The great epochs of occidental art are introduced, with the myriad master-pieces that have been created here serving as illustrations. The city is home to an inexhaustible supply of treasures from every area of the fine arts. Readers can follow the development of Rome and its artworks throughout the centuries; indeed, the course of Western civilization is reflected in the history of this monumental city.

Marco Bussagli is an Italian art historian. He teaches at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome

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Book details

  • PDF | 544 pages
  • Marco Bussagli(Author)
  • Ullmann Publishing; Reprint edition (15 April 2013)
  • English
  • 5
  • Art, Architecture & Photography

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  • By sarah hosford on 16 July 2017

    Really lovely book and arrived very well packaged. Unfortunately it was going to Australia and it was very heavy so had to return it. Very easy to get a refund

  • By Jules on 9 March 2016

    Filled with amazing quality photographs of Rome's brilliant art. Definitely too heavy to take on holiday but great as a coffee table read.

  • By orange on 14 April 2015

    Excellent images and well printed. Really whets ones appetite to visit Rome.

  • By Thomas Morley on 27 March 2016

    large and beautiful book on the history of Rome

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