John T. Spike



John T. Spike, critic, curator, and art historian, is the author of more than twenty significant books on Renaissance and contemporary art and artists, including the highly praised Caravaggio (Abbeville Press). He lives in Florence and lectures frequently throughout America."

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Caravaggio

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4.33 avg rating — 45 ratings — published 2001 — 2 editions
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Young Michelangelo: The Pat...

3.89 avg rating — 56 ratings — published 2010 — 8 editions
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Fairfield Porter

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Fra Angelico

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Leonardo da Vinci and the I...

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Masaccio

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Caravaggio: Still Life with...

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The Metropolitan Museum of ...

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Mattia Preti: E L'Ordine Di...

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The Illustrated Bartsch: It...

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“Honoring artists on a par with military heroes was a humanistic innovation intiated at Brunelleschi’s death in 1446.”
John T. Spike, Young Michelangelo: The Path to the Sistine

“If Brunelleschie provided the intellect for the creation of Renaissance sculpture, Donatello supplied the heart.”
John T. Spike, Young Michelangelo: The Path to the Sistine



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