Sandro Botticelli (1444/45–1510) numbers among the most important artists of the Italian Renaissance. He attracted commissions from many of the most powerful figures of the Italian city states, above all the Medici family, creating works of superlative quality to reflect the self-image held by the elite of his time—and which still today characterize our concepts of beauty and refinement.

Written by Ruth Dangelmaier
216 pages
Published by Independent Publishers Group, 2019
7.1 x 7.1 inches