This first volume addresses a wide range of issues. The essays
contain discussions of the politics and the economics of the cities
during the 14th century; the major practitioners of painting,
sculpture and architecture; the significance of communal and
familial patronage of art in the three cities; the relation of art
to the religious belief and devotional practice and to the broader
intellectual ambience of the cities; and the impact and
significance of various historiographical traditions.
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