200 pages; numerous illustrations; 22 essays by art historians and curators from Europe and America; Stechow bibliography. The first essay is by Stechow, himself: an address, "Criticism and Enthusiasm" he made at Oberlin in 1945. Also: "Refromation Iconology"; "Four Newly Discovered Designs for the Arc de Triomphe"; "Myth and Alledory in Dürer's Etchings and Engravings"; Caravaggio's Boy Bitten by a Lizard". More. Clean throughout; tight binding. Wrappers lightly worn only.