The Devil: The Archfiend in Art: From the Sixth to the Sixteenth Century
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The Devil: The Archfiend in Art: From the Sixth to the Sixteenth Century

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Through paintings, sculpture, and the decorative arts, Luther Link examines common perceptions of the Devil's image and attributes - his tail, horns, flaming hair, pitchfork. Yet, as Link shows, there is no one standard depiction of Satan, just as he has no one name. Behind the mask of evil, he has taken a bewildering variety of forms: he can be the bloated and wanton cann...more
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published March 1st 1996 by ABRAMS
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