The diagrams are especially well done!
It is like this: a veil loosely woven of fine thread ... divided up by thicker threads into as many parallel square sections as you like, and stretched on a frame.
Use this book in conjunction with a good pictorial survey of art history (or the internet), so that you can readily refer to the pictures he mentions.
The historical relevance is significant in art history and the introduction by the translator makes it a great read. do not skip the introduction.Published 1 month ago by zbrush
One of my requirements for school. Very reasonably priced and shipping was quick. would recommend this to anyone who needs one.
Originally titled De pictura in Tuscan and published in 1435. This edition is a reprint of an edition published by Phaidon Press in 1972, translated by Cecil Grayson, with an... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mark K. Rempel