Synopses & Reviews
As he examines the changing views of Leonardo since the sixteenth century, A. Richard Turner both gives the reader a cultural history in brief of western Europe during this period and provides a context for examining Leonardo's relevance to our own ways of perceiving and interpreting the world.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -256) and index.
About the Author
A. Richard Turner is Professor of Fine Arts at New York University and the author of The Vision of Landscape in Renaissance Italy and co-author of The Art of Florence.