Hans Holbein: portrait of an unknown man
Pimlico, 2006/09/26 - 302 ページ
This fascinating biography gives a fresh account of Holbein's paintings, suggesting that they included coded signals and propaganda about political figures of the time. This controversial interpretation suggests that the artist was inextricably bound up in the stirring events of a turbulent age.
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