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Self Portrait: Renaissance to Contemporary

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An ambitious exploration of the self-portrait from its inception in the late fifteenth century to the end of the twentieth, this ground-breaking book moves beyond the constraints of art history. Self Portrait: Renaissance to Contemporary allows us to share an intimate encounter with great artists of the past. The artist once stood before a canvas and gazed into a mirror; w ...more
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Published January 1st 2006 by National Portrait Gallery
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