Campo

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Campo

 

(Portuguese, “plain”), savanna-type vegetation in Brazil.

Campos cerrados consist of sparse, low-growing (2–3 m) trees and shrubs and stiff matted grasses; campos limpos are treeless and consist of grassy herbs.

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The bibliography is weakest on Anglo-American scholarship, omitting references to Wittkower's fleeting but influential treatment of the Campi brothers and Bernardino Campi's new visibility as the master of Sofonisba Anguissola.