John Shearman

John Kinder Gowran Shearman (pronounced "Sherman"; 24 June 1931 – 11 August 2003) was an English art historian who also taught in America. He was a specialist in Italian Renaissance painting, described by his colleague James S. Ackerman as "the leading scholar of Italian Renaissance painting", who published several influential works, but whose expected major book on Quattrocento painting, for the Penguin/Yale History of Art series (commissioned in 1984, and still a gap in the series in 2019), never appeared. However, what is widely acknowledged as his most influential book, on the concept of Mannerism, published in 1967, is still in print. Provided by Wikipedia
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