Author: DELUMEAU, JEAN
Publisher: CITADELLES & MAZENOD
Binding: HARD COVER
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The Bible is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for artists of the Renaissance. Long before the invention of the printing press, painters used their imaginations to stage these stories, creating masterpieces. Heir to a double religious and pagan tradition, the Renaissance man dreamed of the earthly Paradise. From the fourteenth to sixteenth centuries, Bruegel, Titian, Bosch and even Michelangelo introduced values that had not been considered until then, skillfully creating the great founding texts of the faith.