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dc.contributor.authorCurrie, Christina
dc.identifier.citationChristina Currie, ‘From audacious sketch to polished painting : Tintoretto’s working process revealed’, in : David Bowie’s Tintoretto : Angel Foretelling the Martyrdom of Saint Catherine of Alexandria, ed. by Ben van Beneden & Nicola Jennings (London, 2017), pp. 42-53en_US
dc.descriptionThe contribution brings to light the hidden stages of development behind the paint surface of Tintoretto's Angel Foretelling the Martyrdom of Saint Catherine of Alexandria, formerly in the collection of David Bowie. The astonishingly fresh, virtuoso underdrawing serves to anchor the painting within Tintoretto's oeuvre.en_US
dc.publisherColnaghi Foundationen_US
dc.titleFrom audacious sketch to polished painting: Tintoretto’s working process revealeden_US
dc.typeBook chapteren_US
dc.audienceGeneral Publicen_US
dc.subject.freeTechnical art historyen_US
dc.source.titleDavid Bowie’s Tintoretto. Angel Foretelling the Martyrdom of Saint Catherine of Alexandriaen_US
dc.source.editorBenjamin van Beneden and Nicola Jenningsen_US

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