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The Sculpture of Nanni di Banco
Mary Bergstein

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"Mary Bergstein's The Sculpture of Nanni di Banco fills a major gap in Renaissance sculpture studies and will occupy a place in every art history library. The author writes beautifully, and her formal analyses of the sculptures are sensitive and compelling. While specialists will be particularly drawn to the catalogue section with the appendix of documents, the general reader--including the undergraduate college student--should enjoy the narrative chapters."--Patricia Fortini Brown, Princeton University

"This book makes a significant contribution in that it pulls together documents, photographs, and previous scholarship to provide an up-to-date evaluation of the career of Nanni di Banco. The author's analysis of each sculpture is thorough and solidly grounded in the extant documentation and an intelligent synthesis of previous literature. She offers many new insights into many of the sculptures."--Sarah McHam, Rutgers University

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