Famous European Artists
by Sarah K. Bolton
Publisher: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. 1890
Number of pages: 423
'Reverence for what is great is a universal feeling...' From the table of contents: Michael Angelo; Leonardo da Vinci; Raphael of Urbino; Titian; Murillo; Rubens; Rembrandt; Sir Joshua Reynolds; Sir Edwin Landseer; Turner.
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