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dc.contributor.authorBrotton, Jerry-
dc.descriptionNational museums and art galleries are the most obvious places to go to understand what we mean when we talk about ‘The Renaissance’. Most visitors to London’s National Gallery fail to leave without seeing one of the most famous works of art in its collection – Hans Holbein’s The Ambassadors, dated 1533. For many people Holbein’s painting is an abiding image of the European Renaissanceen_US
dc.publisherOxford University Press,Inc.,en_US
dc.subjectA Very Short Introductionen_US
dc.titleTHERENAISSANCEA Very Short Introductionen_US
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