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Sacred Painting. Museum (The I Tatti Renaissance Library) epub

by Kenneth S. Rothwell Jr.,Pamela M. Jones,Federico Borromeo


Sacred Painting. Museum (The I Tatti Renaissance Library) epub

ISBN: 0674047583

ISBN13: 978-0674047587

Author: Kenneth S. Rothwell Jr.,Pamela M. Jones,Federico Borromeo

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: History & Criticism

Language: English

Publisher: Harvard University Press (June 1, 2010)

Pages: 336 pages

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Federico Borromeo (Author), Kenneth S. Rothwell Jr. (Translator), Pamela M. Jones (Introduction) & 0 more. Kenneth S. Rothwell, Jr. is Associate Professor of Classics, University of Massachusetts, Boston.

Federico Borromeo (Author), Kenneth S. Series: The I Tatti Renaissance Library (Book 44).

The I Tatti Renaissance Library is a book series published by the Harvard University Press, which aims to present important works of Italian Renaissance Latin Literature to a modern audience by printing the original Latin text on each left-hand leaf.

The I Tatti Renaissance Library is a book series published by the Harvard University Press, which aims to present important works of Italian Renaissance Latin Literature to a modern audience by printing the original Latin text on each left-hand leaf (verso), and an English translation on the facing page (recto). The idea was initially conceived by Walter Kaiser, former professor of English and Comparative Literature at Harvard and director of the Villa I Tatti.

The I Tatti Renaissance Library 44. Sacred Painting. Federico Borromeo, Cardinal-Archbishop of Milan (1564–1631), is well known as a leading Catholic reformer and as the founder of the Ambrosiana library, art collection, and academy in that city. Less known is the fact that the institution’s art museum was the culmination of many decades of reflection on the aesthetic qualities and religious roles of art. Borromeo recorded his reflections in two treatises.

Sacred Painting, Museum - The I Tatti Renaissance Library No. 44 (Hardback). Federico Borromeo, Cardinal-Archbishop of Milan (1564-1631), is well known as a leading Catholic reformer and as the founder of the Ambrosiana library, art collection, and academy in that city. Less known is the fact that the institution's art museum was the culmination of many decades of reflection on the aesthetic qualities and religious roles of art.

Sacred Painting book . De pictura sacra (Sacred Painting, 1624) laid out the rules that artists should follow when creating religious art. Federico Borromeo, Kenneth S. (Translator). Borromeo recorded h Federico Borromeo, Cardinal-Archbishop of Milan (1564-1631), is well known as a leading Catholic reformer and as the founder of the Ambrosiana library, art collection, and academy in that city.

Download with Google. Introd. and Notes Pamela M. Jones. ITRL 44. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010: Abstract and Table of Contents.

The I Tatti Renaissance Library is a book series published by the Harvard University Press, which aims to present important works of Italian Renaissance Latin Literature to a modern audience by printing the original Latin text on each left-hand leaf (verso), and an English. Its goal is to be the Italian Renaissance version of the Loeb Classical Library.

Federico Borromeo, Kenneth Sprague Rothwell, Pamela M. Federico Borromeo founded the Ambrosiana in the early seventeenth century as part of his pastoral programme as Archbishop of Milan. Guido Reni's "Abduction of Helen": The Politics and Rhetoric of Painting in Seventeenth-Century Europe. The Ambrosiana, which included a library, art academy, and ar. More).

The I Tatti Renaissance Library is a book series published by the Harvard University Press, which aims to present important works of Italian Renaissance Latin Literature to a modern audience by printing the original. Warburg Symposium Day 1 - An Eccentric Science. Marsilio Ficino's "A Theological Dialogue between God and the Soul" year 1460. Looking at Vatican II with Pope Francis' Eyes.

Federico Borromeo Pamela M. Jones (introduction) Kenneth S. Rothwell . Borromeo touched on dozens of iconographical issues and in so doing drew on his deep knowledge not only of church fathers, councils, and scripture but also of classical art and literature.

Federico Borromeo, Cardinal-Archbishop of Milan (1564–1631), is well known as a leading Catholic reformer and as the founder of the Ambrosiana library, art collection, and academy in that city. Less known is the fact that the institution's art museum was the culmination of many decades of reflection on the aesthetic qualities and religious roles of art. Borromeo recorded his reflections in two treatises.

De pictura sacra (Sacred Painting, 1624) laid out the rules that artists should follow when creating religious art. Borromeo touched on dozens of iconographical issues and in so doing drew on his deep knowledge not only of church fathers, councils, and scripture but also of classical art and literature. In Musaeum (1625) Borromeo showed a less doctrinaire and more personal side by walking the reader through the Ambrosiana and commenting on specific works in his collection. He offered some of the earliest and most important critiques to survive on works by artists such as Leonardo, Titian, and Jan Brueghel the Elder.

This volume offers, for the first time, translations of the treatises directly into English as well as freshly edited Latin texts, an introduction, extensive notes, and an appendix on the Academy of Design that was established in conjunction with the museum. These treatises will be of great interest to students of the history of art, museums, and religion.