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Arguably the most influential school of western art history, and for many synonymous with Renaissance art. I don't know what importance rating this attracts but presume it needs to be pretty high. Can someone competent assess it please?
Also, it is really incomplete it deals with the 14C really well, but then stops before the main game in the 15C. Anyone feel like expanding?Mozzy66 (talk) 00:13, 22 June 2012 (UTC)