By Emilio Negro and Nicosetta Roio
268 colour and b/w images
Size 26X30 cm
Hardcover with dust jacket
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[...] It must be acknowledged that when that mastermind (Ercole Roberti) died, there was not a single painter in Ferrara who could keep the level of the city as an artistic capital. The art capital was instead Bologna, where the best of Ercole’s followers, Lorenzo Costa, had moved to in 1483.
When, in 1488, Giovanni II Bentivoglio decided to have the family chapel decorated... [R. Longhi, Officina Ferrarese (1934), in Roberto Longhi, Da Cimabue a Morandi (1973), p. 569