Renaissance Art In Venice: From Tradition To Individualism

deTom Nichols

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6 septembre 2016|
Renaissance Art In Venice: From Tradition To Individualism de Tom Nichols
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Art and architecture have always been central to Venice but in the Renaissance period, between c.1440 and 1600, they reached a kind of apotheosis when many of the city''s new buildings, sculpture, and paintings took on distinctive and original qualities. The spread of Renaissance values provided leading artists such as Gentile and Giovanni Bellini, Giorgione, Palladio, Titian, and Tintoretto with a licence for artistic invention. This inventiveness however also needs to be understood inrelation to the artists and artworks that still conformed to the more traditional, corporate, and public values of "Venetianness"'' (VenezianitA).

By adopting a chronological approach, with each chapter covering a successive twenty-five year period, and focusing attention on the artists, Tom Nichols presents a vivid and easily navigable study of Venetian Renaissance art. Through close visual analyses of specific works from architecture to illuminated manuscripts, he puts the formative power of art back at the heart of this remarkable story.
Tom Nichols is Reader in the History of Art and Head of Subject at the University of Glasgow. He has published widely on Venetian Renaissance art.
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Titre :Renaissance Art In Venice: From Tradition To Individualism
Format :Couverture rigide
Dimensions de l'article :224 pages, 9.88 X 7 X 1 po
Dimensions à l'expédition :224 pages, 9.88 X 7 X 1 po
Publié le :6 septembre 2016
Publié par :Laurence King
Langue :anglais
Convient aux âges :Tous les âges
ISBN - 13 :9781780678511

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