All the works with which Guido’s name is associated are assembled and explored, tracing his development from the earliest period of his training through to the end of the thirteenth century, when his style gave way to Duccio’s. Corollary insights on the nature of Guidesque painting, the operation of a duecento studio, and related masters such as Coppo di Marcovaldo, Cimabue, and Duccio. 121 pages text + 128 b&w plates. Red cloth in dustjacket, the latter sunned over spine with loss over head of spine and small holes in front.
da Siena, Guido; Stubblebine, James H., Guido Da Siena, Princeton University Press 1964