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3. Fred Wilson: speak of me as I am Book , Print in English , Italian
  • Eisenhower D Level
    N6537.W547 A4 2003 c. 1
    Multiple Items
    • Accompanying CDROM insert has the call number: COMP FILE 3456
    • 1 v.
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    COMP FILE 3456 c. 1
    Multiple Items
    • Accompanies text that has the call number: N6537.W547 A4 2003
    • 1 disc
4. If Venice dies Book , Print in English
Salvatore Settis ; translated by André Naffis-Sahely. 2016 .

Settis, Salvatore,

"What is Venice worth? To whom does this urban treasure belong? This eloquent book by the internationally renowned art historian Salvatore Settis urgently poses these questions, igniting a new debate about the Pearl of the Adriatic and cultural patrimony at large. Venetians are…
5. If venice dies Book , Online in English
"A chilling account of the slow agony of Venice as illustrative of a global consumerist epidemic. Richly documented and imbued with deep angst about this supreme urban creation."--Philippe de Montebello, former director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art What is Venice worth' To…
Paul Hills. 1999 .

Hills, Paul.

"Italian Renaissance art historian Paul Hills shows how, between 1250 and 1550, the city of Venice and the luxuries manufactured and traded there prompted particular ways of attending to colour. He argues that Venetian colour - in buildings, table glass and dress as well as…
7. Venice: a documentary history, 1450-1630 Book , Print in English
edited by David Chambers and Brian Pullan, with Jennifer Fletcher. 1992 .