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Rome

EditorMarcia B. Hall

Hardcover | April 18, 2005

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In the period under study here, Rome lived up to its epithet 'The Eternal City'. This is a comprehensive history of the art of Rome in the Renaissance studies; the architecture, sculpture, painting, and decorative arts together in their social, religious, and historical context. Organized around the patronage of the popes, it tells the story of three centuries, in which the eternal city rose from the ashes of its decline in the fourteenth century, when the papal court was transferred to France and then endured the Great Schism of absent and ascending popes. Miraculously, by the first decade of the sixteenth century, under the visionary guidance of Pope Julius II, the artists he commissioned - Bramante, Raphael, and Michelangelo - and the humanists of the papal court with whom he surrounded himself, Rome had established itself as the Christian reembodiment of the Roman Empire.
Title:RomeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:398 pages, 10.98 × 8.46 × 1.06 inPublished:April 18, 2005Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0521624452

ISBN - 13:9780521624459

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Table of Contents

Part I. Introduction: 1. Cultural introduction to Renaissance Rome Ingrid D. Rowland; 2. Introduction to the art history of Renaissance Rome Marcia B. Hall; Part II: 1. The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries Meredith J. Gill; 2. 1503-1534 Marcia B. Hall; 3. Phoenix Romanus: Rome 1534-65 Clare Robertson; 4. The Counter Reformation and the end of the century Steven F. Ostrow.

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"An in-depth systematic English-language account of the visual arts of Renaissance Rome has been long lacking from the literature, and this present volume has been keenly anticipated for some time...with little exception, there is remarkable coherence and fluidity between the main chapters, authored as they are by four different scholars." - Henry Dietrich Fernandez, Rhode Island School of Design