Catalogue of the exhibition of Venetian drawings from the Collection Janos Scholz
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Published by Neri Pozza Editore in Venezia .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Other titlesVenetian drawings from the Collection Janos Scholz.
Statementby Michelangelo Muraro ; [translated from Italian by Janos Scholz] ; preface by Giuseppe Fiocco.
SeriesCataloghi di mostra -- 5
ContributionsScholz, Janos.
The Physical Object
Pagination65p., 100p. of plates :
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22826071M

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(Book) L'isola e il cenobio di San Giorgio Maggiore by Gino Damerini Catalogue of the exhibition of Venetian drawings from the collection Janos Scholz by János Scholz this catalogue gathers a number of works by the renowned British artist. Metastasio e il mondo. Omaggio a Venezia by Omaggio a Venezia: Le Ceramiche della Fondazione Cini (Exhibition) Catalogue of the exhibition of Venetian drawings from the collection Janos Scholz by János Scholz "A splendid catalogue devoted to the work of an artist who was responsible for some of the most original glass artworks in art history. Through around. The Morgan's collection of eighteenth-century Venetian drawings is among the world's finest, with more than sheets by renowned masters Giambattista Tiepolo (–) and his . Drawings from the earlier part of the Renaissance—by artists born before —are a particular strength of the collection, but this exhibition will be the first to focus on this material, featuring works by artists such as Mantegna, Filippo Lippi, Filippino Lippi, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Fra Bartolomeo, and Andrea del Sarto.

European Drawings A. E. Popham Adoration Art Bulletin Art Rogers Fund artist attributed Bartolomeo Bean Berenson BIBLIOGRAPHY black chalk brown ink brown wash Burlington Magazine catalogue Charles Fairfax Charles Fairfax Murray Christ Christie’s composition Correggio decoration draughtsmanship fig figure finished Fiocco first Florence. Catalogue of the exhibition of Venetian drawings from the Collection Janos Scholz by Michelangelo Muraro 1 edition. Not in Library. , Italian Art, Accessible book, Architecture, Protected DAISY, Architectural Decoration and ornament, Art and society, Basilica di. The book is distinctly a valuable contribution to the vast literature on the artist. Pignatti is also the selector and author of a recent exhibition and catalogue entitled Venetian Drawings from American Collections (organized and circulated by the International Exhibitions Foundation, Wash-ington, D.C., I, $). The exhibition was. The Museum’s drawing share a similar provenance and dimension with a sheet in the collection of the late Janos Scholz, a "Man with a Cane" in black and white chalk on grey paper, which bears the inscription "Giambattista Piazzetta Venezi" certainly annotated by the so-called "Reliable Venetian hand" (Lugt d), an eighteenth-century.