Slight -- the comments are not uninteresting (albeit very brief), but the scholarship cannot be trusted. In commenting on Botticelli's Birth of Venus, e.g., the author gives an account of what Hesiod had 'said' about this event that is a complete invention (cp. Hes. Theog. 188-206). It would not have been so hard to look it up.
The sine qua non of publishing sound scholarly work is that EVERYTHING be checked, every reference, every dot... not once, but thrice.