Arnaud HERVE wrote:
Ok I'll be the bad guy...
1) This book is better than average art books but, considering the price, not that better
2) The real life in arts consists in seeing the works themselves, and consulting average books about the works in libraries.
Consequently, you'd better spend the money on going directly to Florence, and then borrow what you need in your local library.
This book is a nonsense: it makes the doc a work of art instead of enticing readers to consider the original work, and understand properly the useful relationship between reference and referred to.
And a big bucks affair above all...
Yep. So I say