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The Virtue and Magnificence: Art of the Italian Renaissance(Perspectives): First Edition (Perspectives (Prentice Hall Art History)) epub

ISBN: 0131833162

ISBN13: 978-0131833166

Author: Discontinued 3PD

Category: Photo

Subcategory: History & Criticism

Language: English

Publisher: Discontinued 3PD; 1 edition (March 1, 1995)

Pages: 192 pages

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Northern Renaissance Art (Oxford History of Art). The thesis of the book is well set out in Chapter One. The next five chapters, dealing with the 15th Century art of five lesser Renaissance courts, Naples, Urbino, Milan and Pavia, Ferrara, and Mantua, apply the thesis to the respective courts. These chapters are of varying interest, and occasionally are a bit tedious. The short final chapter treats succinctly the rise of Rome in the 16th Century and the decline of the princely courts. The book's excellent illustrations are tied into the text very well, and in my view are the best feature of the book.

The Virtue and Magnificence book. This text combines a discussion of history and art as it focuses on the smaller courts of Mantua, Ferrara, Naples, and Urbino that produced an extraordinary amount of great ar For introductory college-level courses in art history that include a survey of Italian Renaissance art. It may also appeal to the general reader interested in art history, especially the Renaissance.

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For introductory college-level courses in art history that include a survey of Italian Renaissance ar.

For introductory college-level courses in art history that include a survey of Italian Renaissance art. This text combines a discussion of history and art as it focuses on the smaller courts of Mantua, Ferrara, Naples, and Urbino that produced an extraordinary amount of great art. The book presents the work created there as the culmination of the desire of princes and dukes wishing to show the world their magnificence as rulers and their virtue as leaders of culture. A lively and readable.

Art History: Renaissance. Enhanced by numerous color illustrations, explores Italian Renaissance art and culture. Format Paperback 192 pages. The Virtue and Magnificence : Art of the Italian Renaissance (Perspectives) (Trade Version). Dimensions 17. 2 x 23. 8 x 1. 4mm 43. 1g. Publication date 01 May 2003. Publisher Pearson Education (US). Imprint Prentice Hall. Publication City/Country Upper Saddle River, United States.

The "virtue," or genius, of the artist and the "magnificence" of the ruler are two defining .

The "virtue," or genius, of the artist and the "magnificence" of the ruler are two defining qualities of the Renaissance. Around these concepts, Cole has built a remarkable new vision of Italian Renaissance art and culture, telling the stories of Florence, Venice, and Rome, as well as those of lesser-known cities of the time, including Naples and Milan. 113 illustrations, 96 in color. ISBN 10: 0131833162 ISBN 13: 9780131833166 Publisher: Discontinued 3PD, 1995 Softcover.

Renaissance art is the painting, sculpture and decorative arts of the period of European history, emerging as a distinct style in Italy in about 1400, in parallel with developments which occurred in philosophy, literature, music, science and technolo.

Renaissance art is the painting, sculpture and decorative arts of the period of European history, emerging as a distinct style in Italy in about 1400, in parallel with developments which occurred in philosophy, literature, music, science and technology.

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What was a symbol of the energy and brilliance of the Italian Renaissance ?. .Who produced the first complete Bible using a printing press in 1455. Who expresses universal themes and Renaissance ideals in his poems and plays? William Shakespeare.

What was a symbol of the energy and brilliance of the Italian Renaissance ? Florence. Who painted the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper and has notebooks that are a testament to his genius and creativity? Leonardo da Vinci. Who was a multitalented artist that sculpted the Pieta, David, and painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel? Michelangelo. How many Theses were there that stirred debate?

During the Italian Renaissance, art was everywhere (just look up at Michelangelo’s The . Brunelleschi also devised a way to draw and paint using linear perspective.

During the Italian Renaissance, art was everywhere (just look up at Michelangelo’s The Last Judgment painted on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel!). Patrons such as Florence’s Medici family sponsored projects large and small, and successful artists became celebrities in their own right. Renaissance artists and architects applied many humanist principles to their work. That is, he figured out how to paint from the perspective of the person looking at the painting, so that space would appear to recede into the frame.

Enhanced by numerous color illustrations, explores Italian Renaissance art and culture.
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The aims of this book are accurately described in the publisher's review in Amazon's editorial reviews section. While I would not characterize the writing as lively, it is clear and without jargon. The thesis of the book is well set out in Chapter One. The next five chapters, dealing with the 15th Century art of five lesser Renaissance courts, Naples, Urbino, Milan and Pavia, Ferrara, and Mantua, apply the thesis to the respective courts. These chapters are of varying interest, and occasionally are a bit tedious. The short final chapter treats succinctly the rise of Rome in the 16th Century and the decline of the princely courts. The book's excellent illustrations are tied into the text very well, and in my view are the best feature of the book.