The aim of this series is to make available a range of monographs on the major figures and themes in the architecture of the Italian Renaissance. Among the books planned are those on Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo and Bramante. The books in the series comprise comprehensive and expert texts by the leading scholars in the field, and will offer a full account of the development and type of each architect's work, placing them in the context of local and international influences and traditions.
: Paul Davies, University of Reading; Nicholas Adams, Vassar College
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