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Three Studies

Roberto Longhi

Translated by David Tabbat

Three Studies
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ISBN: 978 1 878818 51 5
Categories: Art, Italian
Imprint: Sheep Meadow Press
Published: June 2011
230 x 180 x 21 mm
246 pages
Publisher: Carcanet Press
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  • Roberto Longhi
    Robert Longhi (1890-1970) is regarded by the Italians as their most important connoisseur, critic and art historian; at the same time he is read and enjoyed for his great and magical gifts as a prose stylist. Little from Longhi's vast corpus has been translated into English. Three Studies, a book ... read more
    Praise for Roberto Longhi 'It is difficult to overestimate the impact of Roberto Longhi's 'Piero della Francesca', which appeared in 1927. Simply stated, it formed the twentieth-century response ot the artist and laid out much of the terrain for subsequent scholarship.'
    Keith Christiansen, From the Introduction 
    'Roberto Longhi is the most brilliant Italian Art Historian of our century and a stylist of intoxicating powers. Longhi encouraged in his followers the sort of fanatical (or craven?) loyalty that is more associated with university professors...few of Longhi's very idiosncratic works have been translated into English; but, thanks to the enterprise of Stanley Moss' Sheep Meadow Press, this situation is at last being remedied.'
    Francis Haskell, The New York Review of Books
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