On Alberti's "Sign": Vision and Composition in Quattrocento Painting
Greenstein, Jack M., The Art Bulletin
Research for this paper was begun in 1992-93 at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, where I benefited from discussions with Nicole Beriou, Glen Bowerstock, Giles Constable, Oleg Grabar, Thomas Head, Irving and Marilyn Lavin, and Philip Sohm. Its central thesis was presented in a brief lecture at Northwestern University in December 1994, and a draft was written at the University of Pennsylvania in 1995. The argument was much improved by the insightful comments of Luce Giard, who read a draft of the manuscript, and of David Summers, who served as a referee for the Art Bulletin. I am especially grateful to Nancy Troy, the previous editor-in-chief, and to John Paoletti, the current …
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Publication information: Article title: On Alberti's "Sign": Vision and Composition in Quattrocento Painting. Contributors: Greenstein, Jack M. - Author. Journal title: The Art Bulletin. Volume: 79. Issue: 4 Publication date: December 1997. Page number: 669+. © 2009 College Art Association. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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