Gothic and Renaissance panel paintings in the Esztergom Christian Museum
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Gothic and Renaissance panel paintings in the Esztergom Christian Museum (thirteenth to sixteenth century) by Mucsi, AndraМЃs.

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Published by Christian Museum in Esztergom .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Hungary,
  • Esztergom

Subjects:

  • Keresztény Múzeum (Esztergom, Hungary),
  • Panel painting, Gothic -- Catalogs.,
  • Panel painting, Renaissance -- Catalogs.,
  • Panel painting -- Hungary -- Esztergom -- Catalogs.

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Edition Notes

Translation of Gótikus és Reneszánsz táblaképek az esztergomi Keresztény Múzeumban, XIII-XVI. század.

StatementAndrás Mucsi ; [translated by Ágnes Zádor ; photos by Gottfried Eitler].
ContributionsKeresztény Múzeum (Esztergom, Hungary)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsND144 .M8213
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p., [26] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5256961M
LC Control Number75330336

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