The culture of bronze : making and meaning in Italian Renaissance sculpture /

"Being both costly and luxurious, bronze arguably carries the most significance of all the sculptural materials. In the Renaissance, the use of bronze embodied power, authority and eternity and emulated the classical past. Yet it was one of the easiest materials to recycle, especially when the...

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Main Author: Motture, Peta (Author)
Corporate Authors: V&A Publishing., Victoria and Albert Museum.
Other Authors: Webb, Will., Cohen, Rebeka.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London : V&A Publishing, 2019.
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Main Collection - Walker Library - 4th Floor

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