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An Introduction to Iconography: Symbols, Allusions and Meaning in the Visual Arts

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A concise guide to iconographic theory and practice which presents historical, theoretical and technical aspects of iconography and ICONCLASS, the iconographical indexing system developed by Henri van de Waal. The history of iconography, personification, allegory and sources.
Paperback, 168 pages
Published December 31st 1994 by Gordon and Breach Science Pubs (first published September 1st 1994)
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