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📒Classical Myths In Italian Renaissance Painting ✍ Luba Freedman
✏Classical Myths in Italian Renaissance Painting Book Summary : "The book is about a new development in Italian Renaissance art; its aim is to show how artists and humanists came together to effect this revolution, it is important because this is a long-ignored but crucial aspect of the Italian Renaissance, showing us why the masterpieces we take for granted are the way they are, and thre is no competitor in the field. The book sheds light on some of the world's greatest masterpirces of art, including Botticelli's Venus, Leonardo's Leda, Raphael's Galatea, and Titian's Bacchus and Ariadne"--
✏Receptions of Antiquity Constructions of Gender in European Art 1300 1600 Book Summary : Receptions of Antiquity, Constructions of Gender in European Art, 1300-1600 examines the way in which late medieval and early modern visual culture engaged with Greek and Roman antiquity to construct and challenge contemporary gender norms.
📒Italian Renaissance Painting ✍ Sara Elliott
✏Italian Renaissance painting Book Summary : The Italian Renaissance was an unparalleled era of creativity, particularlyn the field of painting. It witnessed the rediscovery of naturalisticechniques and new interest in portraiture and landscape. This bookeproduces many paintings by artists such as Raphael and Titian.
📒Classical Myths And Legends In The Middle Ages And Renaissance ✍ H. David Brumble
✏Classical Myths and Legends in the Middle Ages and Renaissance Book Summary : While numerous classical dictionaries identify the figures and tales of Greek and Roman mythology, this reference book explains the allegorical significance attached to the myths by Medieval and Renaissance authors. Included are several hundred alphabetically arranged entries for the gods, goddesses, heroes, heroines, and places of classical myth and legend. Each entry includes a brief account of the myth, with reference to the Greek and Latin sources. The entry then discusses how Medieval and Renaissance commentators interpreted the myth, and how poets, dramatists, and artists employed the allegory in their art. Each entry includes a bibliography and the volume concludes with appendices and an extensive bibliography of primary and secondary sources.
📒Encyclopedia Of Comparative Iconography ✍ Helene E. Roberts
✏Encyclopedia of Comparative Iconography Book Summary : First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
📒Encyclopedia Of Italian Renaissance Mannerist Art ✍ Jane Turner
✏Encyclopedia of Italian Renaissance Mannerist art Book Summary : A two-volume work covering an extraordinary period in the history of art that produced some of the most famous artists of all time, including Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo. Beginning with transitional Late Gothic artists such as Giotto, the biographies in The Encyclopedia of Italian Renaissance and Mannerist Art trace the evolution of the new modes of artistic expression, from scientific naturalism and the development of linear perspective to the exploration of new secular themes derived from Classical literature and mythology. All three phases of Renaissance art are covers: early, high, and late (the latter period also known as Mannerist). Besides biographies on all types of artists, from [painters, illuminators, sculptors, and architects to printmakers and maiolica designers, patrons, and collectors, there are entries on styles, important art forms, cities, and in-depth surveys of all the fine and decorative art forms in Italy during the Renaissance and Mannerist periods.
📒Xanto ✍ Giovanna Hendel
✏Xanto Book Summary : Francesco Xanto Avelli Da Rovigo (c.1486-c.1542) painted some of the most beautiful and fascinating ceramics produced in Renaissance Italy, often drawing on classical mythology for his subjects. He was also a poet, and commented on the tempestuous events of his time - including the infamous Sack of Rome in 1527 - both in verse and allegorically in the imagery of the dishes and plates he decorated. This book is a comprehensive study of Xanto as a remarkable painter of Italian Renaissance tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) decorated with narrative subjects (istoriato), a poet and a loyal follower of the condottiere Francesco Maria I della Rovere, Duke of Urbino. It contains a full transcription of his sonnets with a parallel English translation. A list of maiolica by or attributable to Xanto is another first. Through his ceramics, beautiful and interesting in themselves, and here superbly reproduced, it provides an enlightening cross-section of the dawn of the early modern era.
📒Understanding Italian Renaissance Painting ✍ Stefano Zuffi
✏Understanding Italian Renaissance Painting Book Summary : Filled with great masterpieces, each spread uses an important painting as a way to explain a key concept, with numerous large details. There are also brief biographies of the major artists.
📒The 100 Most Influential Painters Sculptors Of The Renaissance ✍ Britannica Educational Publishing
✏The 100 Most Influential Painters Sculptors of the Renaissance Book Summary : The Renaissance was a fantastic period of rebirth in terms of art and culture. This book recounts the struggles and victories of the most celebrated artists who lived and worked at this time. The masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci, Pieter Bruegel, Sandro Botticelli, and others are highlighted.
📒History Of Italian Renaissance Art ✍ Frederick Hartt
✏History of Italian Renaissance Art Book Summary : For survey courses in Italian Renaissance art. A broad survey of art and architecture in Italy between c. 1250 and 1600, this book approaches the works from the point of view of the artist as individual creator and as an expression of the city within which the artist was working. History of Italian Renaissance Art, Seventh Edition, brings you an updated understanding of this pivotal period as it incorporates new research and current art historical thinking, while also maintaining the integrity of the story that Frederick Hartt first told so enthusiastically many years ago. Choosing to retain Frederick Hartt's traditional framework, David Wilkins' incisive revisions keep the book fresh and up-to-date.