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About Robert Gibbs
Robert Gibbs is Professor of Pre-humanist Art History and Codicology, Department of the History of Art, University of Glasgow. His primary concern is with the “Medieval” period, particularly thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Bologna, and with the iconography of illuminated legal manuscripts. His books include Tomaso da Modena: Painting in Emilia and the March of Treviso, 1340-80 (Cambridge University Press, 1989) and, with Susan L’Engle, Illuminating the Law: Medieval Legal Manuscripts in Cambridge Collections (Harvey Miller, 2001).