Baroque architecture and sculpture in Italy.
Stuttgart, Julius Hoffmann 1926.
4to. xv + (1) + 280pp (incl 274pp of photo ills). Publisher’s cloth, in dustwrapper (the wrapper chipped at outer margins).
Useful for providing good photo illustrations of some of the most interesting Italian buildings and monuments of the Baroque period, a number of them previously unfamiliar. The volume’s author, Corrado Ricci (1858-1934), having been director of a number of provincial museums and art galleries, eventually became Director of Fine Arts and Antiquities for the Italian Government.