The latest issue of Pegasus, number 20, offers a broad spectrum of research on the reception of antiquity. Among the contributions is an article by Henri De Riedmatten, which lays the foundations for future research on the iconography of Lucretia in the 16th century. Lothar Sickel’s archival research opens up a new perspective on the significance and origin of the so-called Pasquino group in the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence. Drawing upon many years of research on the Codex Coburgensis, Henning Wrede presents new findings on the biography of the previous owner of this major work, while Michael Diers offers an obituary of one of the most important art historians of our time, Martin Warnke, reflecting upon his life and his contribution to the field.
Pegasus issue 20 includes articles by Chatia Cicero, Henri de Riedmatten, Lothar Sickel, Ursula Liepmann, Henning Wrede, Norbert Franken, Corinna Reinhardt, Arne Reinhardt and Michael Diers