Patronage in the Renaissance by Guy Fitch LytlePatronage in the Renaissance by Guy Fitch Lytle

Patronage in the Renaissance

EditorGuy Fitch Lytle

Paperback | July 14, 2014

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The fourteen essays in this collection explore the dominance of patronage in Renaissance politics, religion, theatre, and artistic life.

Originally published in 1982.

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Title:Patronage in the RenaissanceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:406 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.68 inPublished:July 14, 2014Publisher:Princeton University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0691614415

ISBN - 13:9780691614410

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Table of Contents

  • FrontMatter,pg. i
  • CONTENTS,pg. v
  • PREFACE,pg. xi
  • CONTRIBUTORS,pg. xiii
  • ONE. Patronage in the Renaissance: An Exploratory Approach,pg. 3
  • TWO. Court Patronage and Government Policy: The Jacobean Dilemma,pg. 27
  • THREE. Corruption and the Moral Boundaries of Patronage in the Renaissance,pg. 47
  • FOUR. Religion and the Lay Patron in Reformation England,pg. 65
  • FIVE. Henry VII and the Origins of Tudor Patronage,pg. 117
  • SIX. The Political Failure of Stuart Cultural Patronage,pg. 165
  • SEVEN. Literary Patronage in Elizabethan England: The Early Phase,pg. 191
  • EIGHT. John Donne and the Rewards of Patronage,pg. 207
  • NINE. Sir Walter Ralegh and the Literature of Clientage,pg. 235
  • TEN. The Royal Theatre and the Role of King,pg. 261
  • ELEVEN. Women as Patrons of English Renaissance Drama,pg. 274
  • TWELVE. Artists, Patrons, and Advisers in the Italian Renaissance,pg. 293
  • THIRTEEN. The Birth of "Artistic License": The Dissatisfied Patron in the Early Renaissance,pg. 344
  • FOURTEEN. Patterns of Preference: Patronage of Sixteenth- Century Architects by the Venetian Patriciate,pg. 354
  • INDEX,pg. 383