The most beautiful book in the world: Michelangelo: La Dotta Mano
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texjax DDS PhD  Identity Verified
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Nov 27, 2008

Michelangelo: La Dotta Mano

Here you can see the inside of the book.

[Edited at 2008-11-27 16:20 GMT]

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Maria Ondarcuhu
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The best Nov 27, 2008

Thank you very much for giving us such a marvellous link. It is a must
Moni


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Francesca Pesce  Identity Verified
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Splendido! Nov 28, 2008

Sono senza parole: mi viene solo da dire che è splendido.

un abbraccio

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Giovanni Guarnieri MITI, MIL  Identity Verified
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ahhhhh... Nov 28, 2008

very nice!

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KSL Berlin  Identity Verified
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Oh my. Nov 28, 2008

What a delightful work of digital art. The navigation is unique.

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Arnaud HERVE  Identity Verified
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Bad reply Nov 30, 2008

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


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juvera  Identity Verified
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But consider the size and the weight of it! Dec 2, 2008

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


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Tomás Cano Binder, BA, CT  Identity Verified
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This is what I call a beautiful book... Dec 3, 2008

"Il Viaggio degli Argonauti alla Conquista del Vello D'Oro", by Giovanni Caselli, 1990. It is a children's book in a certain sense, but what a book!

Those of you who live in Italy should be able to find it in bookstores. There are also translations of it (I have both the Italian and Spanish editions). Any work by Giovanni Caselli is really great illustration stuff.

As for the book in discussion... yes, some nice and elegant design and photography work was done in the book, but I find it a bit uninteresting to be honest. If I was to buy a book about Michelangelo's work, I would prefer longer and more detailed explanations and pictures depicting the full pieces as well as the details. Furthermore, the covers make it the kind of book you don't open yourself often, but only when you have a visitor...


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SarK0Y
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i will not be bad human:)) Jan 12, 2009

nice work, about critical remarks i say one thing: No of Limit to Perfection;-)

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