Author: STREHLKE, CARL
Publisher: PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Binding: HARD COVER
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When the Philadelphia lawyer John G. Johnson began to collect art in the late nineteenth century, he defied contemporary taste by acquiring Italian paintings from the early Renaissance. He eventually donated his distinguished collection to the City of Philadelphia, and it is now housed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This extensively illustrated book also provides an appendix of punch marks and a bibliography of some 2,500 entries.