Knowing is Remembering, that is: If Donkeys Fly
Keywords:Memory, Intertextuality, Giovan Girolamo Savoldo, Ludovico Carracci, Byzantine icons
The aim of the paper is to demonstrate, in the specific field of the sixteenth-century Italian art history, how the loss of historical memory (in this case the non-obvious visual sources available) has impoverished and greatly altered the perception of the personalities and works of artists like Savoldo or Ludovico Carracci (or Raffaello).
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