Movements in painting by Patricia Fride-Carrassat

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Published by Chambers in [Edinburgh] .

Written in English

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StatementPatricia Fride-Carrassat, Isabelle Marcadé ; [translator, Kate Bignold].
SeriesChambers arts library
ContributionsMarcadé, Isabelle.
LC ClassificationsND160 .F75313 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination239 p. :
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3464102M
ISBN 100550101233
LC Control Number2005432714

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The main painting activities undertaken as part of these five movements, were icon panel paintings, religious fresco murals, and book illuminations. Proto-Renaissance Medieval Western painting was heavily regulated by convention.

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