Studies in the History of Art, 21 : Italian medals (Proceedings of the symposium sponsored by the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 29-31 March 1984; CASVA Symposium Papers, 8)
Hanover, NH & London, University Press of New England, 1987
(28 cm), 299 (1) pp., with frontispiece, text illustrations. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - The largest group of essays concentrate on the work and careers of individual medallists, e.g. Moderno (by Douglas Lewis), and Gian Cristoforo Romano (by Andrea S. Norris). Ingrid Weber examines papal medals to show their significance for the architectural history of Rome; John Varriano studies the medallic designs that Bernini created for Alexander VII. ¶ Corner bent, tiny loss along edge of upper wrapper. Good, unmarked copy.