Lives, Art History, On Writing

Art scholars left enough behind to inspire our writing process for years to come

Photo by Sergiu Vălenaș on Unsplash

There were two revolutionary art scholars that defined the way we write monographs. Giorgio Vasari who was alive from 1511- 1574. He is the author of The Lives, the first and most esteemed model in the west for writing about artist’s life and work. And Johann David Passavant, (alive from 1787–1860), who applied such detail to his…

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Jayne.Press

Jayne.Press

A writer and sensitive realist who takes risks with the intention of progress