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but the Mannerist style made its presence felt through prints and illustrated books. Sculptural forms: Mannerism was greatly influenced by sculpture, which gained popularity in the sixteenth century.
The result was the first international artistic style since the Gothic. Other parts of Northern Europe did not have the advantage of such direct contact with Italian artists, but the Mannerist style made its presence felt through prints and illustrated books.
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New Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) . II (The Muller Dynasty ); Bartsch (1803) II. 66. Images featuring angels playing musical instruments were not uncommon in the sixteenth century and I wonder to what extent that Muller could hear the sweet sounds produced by such instruments.
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A number of fascinating crime stories, often possessing Rabelaisian humor, are told in the course of the book, which consists of three long chapters
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