Studi Romani

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Founded by Alvar Gonz.lez-Palacios and Federico Zeri in March 1977, and always an international reference point for research in the art history and decorative art fields, the Antologia di Belle Arti dedicates this issue to studies on art in Rome. After Studi Romani I, published in 2004, this second volume groups together the most eminent experts from Italy, France, Germany and Spain and their important studies, representing the peak in current knowledge on the respective subjects, often completely or very little known: the marble work in the Aldobrandini chapel, cardinal Mazzarino's Sant'Andrea, Bernardo Keilhau, Venus in painting and poetry, Pierre Legros, the Giardini workshop, Mariano Rossi, Luigi Valadier's drawings, Anton von Maron, two lamps by Giuseppe Valadier, the busts of Benedetto and Camillo Pistrucci. Antologia di Belle Arti is unique in the world for its subject matter and for the great expertise and experience of its author-experts. It is indispensable for scholars, collectors

by : Alvar Gonzalez-Palacios