The average rating for Yet Unknown Hundertwasser based on 2 reviews is 3.5 stars.
|Review # 1 was written on 2012-02-20 00:00:00|
Really well turned out, especially given how other historians will balk at any attempt to historicize emotional life. Gives a better sense of the daily lives of the educated elites than practically any other social history of Florence, since it injects that crucial element that is otherwise missing from other histories of personal relationships -- you know, the acknowledgment that these people had interior lives that didn't always make it onto the page. Actually, if you were to ask me why it is that I study what I study, I might say: this. This is why.
|Review # 2 was written on 2016-08-29 00:00:00|
A nicely written short book that really makes you look at the details of Rembrandt's paintings and appreciate his work. I like art books that concentrate on really looking at the painting, rather than giving lots of historical details about the content, and this was one of those. The book made Rembrandt's work exciting.
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