The diffusion of small religious works of art in the Mediterranean, in particular the alabaster copies of the fourteenth-century marble sculpture of the Madonna of Trapani, between the second half of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries is very know. But it is important to interpret this diffusion not only within the historical-artistic context but also from a religious, economic and social viewpoint.
|Title of host publication||Abstract Book|
|Number of pages||65|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|