Francis Ames-Lewis


Back to scuola: book series provides accessible introduction to Italian and Northern Renaissance art

The five volumes offer a range of perspectives and chronological breadth for budding scholars of the field


Books: Unusual angles and changing perspectives of Renaissance Masters

Raphael gets assessed according to the theories of Rudolph Steiner and Vasari’s judgement of Andrea del Sarto is reversed

Books: Leonardo's beginnings

This study maintains that Verrocchio’s “Tobias and the angel” in London is the first example of the artist’s hand