Leonardo: Discoveries from Verrecchio's Studio
In this revelatory work, Laurence Kanter sets forward a study into the artistic origins of Leonard da Vinci by re-examining the time that he spent in the studio of Andrea del Verrocchio. Through this approach, Kanter lays out a compelling analysis into the possibilities of da Vinci's early development and the impact the collaborative studio would have upon the artist. From this, Kanter offers several works that could potentially be da Vinci's earliest known works, which were previously considered to be by Verocchio.
Set alongside Kanter's analysis are a series of technical essays by Rita Piccione Albertson and Bruno Mottin, providing fresh scientific and imaging details that support Kanter's approach, as well as being illustrated by prints of da Vinci's work.
|Publisher||Yale University Press|
|Dimensions||23.6 x 1.8 x 27.9 cm|
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