|Author:||Anne-Marie Leander Touati|
|Publisher:||Acta Instituti Romani Regni Suecicae,Sweden (December 1998)|
|Category:||Photo and Art|
|Other formats:||mbr lrf azw txt|
By (author) Anne-Marie Leander Touati. Publication date 01 Dec 1998. Publication City/Country Stockholm, Sweden. Illustrations note Il. igs.
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Touati, Anne-Marie Leander. Published by Sweden 1998, 1998.
Touati, Anne-Marie Leander. From ART CONSULTING:SCANDINAVIA, Books on Art (Calabasas, CA, . This is a beautifully illustrated study of the collection of ancient sculptures in the Royal Museum in Stockholm and the Swedish Institute in Rome, both were closely connected to the life of King Gustav III of Sweden.
Sweden, Rome, Stockholm. 1. x . inches.
Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy. 17th/18th Century Philosophy. Submit a book or article. Upload a bibliography. Personal pages we track. Stockholm: Swedish National Art Museum, 1998. 19th Century Philosophy. 20th Century Philosophy. History of Western Philosophy, Misc. Philosophical Traditions.
Stockholm: Swedish National Art Museum, 1998.
A N. Leander Touati, Ancient Sculptures in the Royal Museum . Leander Touati, Ancient Sculptures in the Royal Museum, The Eighteenth century Collection in Stockholm, I, Stockholm, 1998. In its general attitude, the present nude figure recalls 18th century works such as the white marble figure of Endymion from the Royal Collection in Stockholm (see Leander Touati, op. ci. p. 97, pl. I). Other information. Recommended features.
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