A brilliant study suffused with vivid historical commentary, this book elucidates the morphological, spatial, and communicative causes of the retable altarpiece in the late medieval and early Renaissance kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula.
Daniel P. DeGreve
Daniel P. DeGreve is an architect in Columbus, Ohio holding a Master of Architectural Design & Urbanism degree from the University of Notre Dame and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Articles by Daniel P. DeGreve
An altarpiece is a framed artistic representation of a sacred subject or combination of subjects typically situated behind and above an altar…