On the Bookshelf: The Florence Academy of Art – The First 25 Years

by Matthew Innis |

Walk into any artist’s home or studio, and you will find an art library.  Artists love to be inspired by the artwork of others, and therefore keep many art-filled books within easy reach – not just for the days when they need ideas and motivation, but for the days when they just want an excuse…

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