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History has not been favourable to Spanish arts. The standard itinerary of the 18th century Grand Tour bypassed the Iberian peninsula, leading to a tendency to overlook Spain's arts in favour of those of Italy. Much later, Franco's repressive regime was not to aid their dissemination. It is therefore a great pleasure to see that Florence, the city most associated with the Italian...
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