Years of study and research have produced a text destined to become the definitive publication on Filippino Lippi.
The long-awaited book on the work of the Florentine artist. Years of study and research by two eminent scholars of the Italian Renaissance have produced a text destined to become the definitive publication on Filippino Lippi.
The authors have re-examined the entire catalogue of Lippi’s work, clarifying questions of attribution, also thanks to unprecedented historical research.
The monograph is presented in two parts, one by each of the two authors: the training and youthful activity (1457-1488), and the subsequent activity, from Filippino’s departure for Rome in 1488 to his death in 1504.
The volume stands out for its extraordinary wealth of illustrations, with color reproductions of all the paintings, the cycles of frescoes, the drawings, and many enlarged details.