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Art and Love in Renaissance Italy. Edited by Andrea Bayer.

£67.68

New Haven and London, 2008. Cm. , pp. xv-376, tavv. e ill. a col. e in nero n. t., tela e sovrac.

Catalogo della mostra: New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2008-2009.

Marriage and childbirth gifts are the point of departure. These range from maiolica, glassware, and jewelry to birth trays, musical instruments, and nuptial portraits. Bonds of love of another sort were represented in erotic drawings and prints. From these precedents, an increasingly inventive approach to subjects of love and marriage culminated in paintings by some of the greatest artists of the Renaissance, including Giulio Romano, Lorenzo Lotto, and Titian.
Many famous Italian Renaissance artworks were made to celebrate love and marriage. They were the pinnacles of a tradition---dating from the early Renaissance---of commemorating betrothal, marriage, and the birth of a child by commissioning extraordinary objects or exchanging them as gifts. This important volume is the first to examine the entire range of works to which Renaissance rituals of love and marriage gave rise and makes a major contribution to our understanding of Renaissance art in its broader cultural context. Some 140 works of art, dating from about 1400 to 1600, are discussed by a distinguished group of scholars and are reproduced in full color.
Many famous Italian Renaissance artworks were made to celebrate love and marriage. They were the pinnacles of a tradition---dating from the early Renaissance---of commemorating betrothal, marriage, and the birth of a child by commissioning extraordinary objects or exchanging them as gifts. This important volume is the first to examine the entire range of works to which Renaissance rituals of love and marriage gave rise and makes a major contribution to our understanding of Renaissance art in its broader cultural context. Some 140 works of art, dating from about 1400 to 1600, are discussed by a distinguished group of scholars and are reproduced in full color.
Many famous Italian Renaissance artworks were made to celebrate love and marriage. They were the pinnacles of a tradition---dating from the early Renaissance---of commemorating betrothal, marriage, and the birth of a child by commissioning extraordinary objects or exchanging them as gifts. This important volume is the first to examine the entire range of works to which Renaissance rituals of love and marriage gave rise and makes a major contribution to our understanding of Renaissance art in its broader cultural context. Some 140 works of art, dating from about 1400 to 1600, are discussed by a distinguished group of scholars and are reproduced in full color.

Many famous Italian Renaissance artworks were made to celebrate love and marriage. They were the pinnacles of a tradition---dating from the early Renaissance---of commemorating betrothal, marriage, and the birth of a child by commissioning extraordinary objects or exchanging them as gifts. This important volume is the first to examine the entire range of works to which Renaissance rituals of love and marriage gave rise and makes a major contribution to our understanding of Renaissance art in its broader cultural context. Some 140 works of art, dating from about 1400 to 1600, are discussed by a distinguished group of scholars and are reproduced in full color.

 

Marriage and childbirth gifts are the point of departure. These range from maiolica, glassware, and jewelry to birth trays, musical instruments, and nuptial portraits. Bonds of love of another sort were represented in erotic drawings and prints. From these precedents, an increasingly inventive approach to subjects of love and marriage culminated in paintings by some of the greatest artists of the Renaissance, including Giulio Romano, Lorenzo Lotto, and Titian.

Many famous Italian Renaissance artworks were made to celebrate love and marriage. They were the pinnacles of a tradition---dating from the early Renaissance---of commemorating betrothal, marriage, and the birth of a child by commissioning extraordinary objects or exchanging them as gifts. This important volume is the first to examine the entire range of works to which Renaissance rituals of love and marriage gave rise and makes a major contribution to our understanding of Renaissance art in its broader cultural context. Some 140 works of art, dating from about 1400 to 1600, are discussed by a distinguished group of scholars and are reproduced in full color.

 

Marriage and childbirth gifts are the point of departure. These range from maiolica, glassware, and jewelry to birth trays, musical instruments, and nuptial portraits. Bonds of love of another sort were represented in erotic drawings and prints. From these precedents, an increasingly inventive approach to subjects of love and marriage culminated in paintings by some of the greatest artists of the Renaissance, including Giulio Romano, Lorenzo Lotto, and Titian.

Sprache: en
Jahr: 2008
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Artikelnummer: 0300124118
ARTE RINASCIMENTO PITTURA SCULTURA CERAMICA MAIOLICA ITALIANA DEL `400 `500, AMORE (iconografia), CASSONI (matrimonio), RITRATTI (matrimoniali), VETRI GIOIELLI xITALIANI DEL `400 `500, CASSETTE, SCULTURA ITALIANA DEL `500 (LOMBARDO Antonio attr.), TESSUTI ITALIANI DEL `500, CASSONI (Marco del Buono Giamberti, Apollonio di Giovanni), PAOLO SCHIAVO, BIAGIO D`ANTONIO, MAESTRO DEGLI ARGONAUTI, COLONNA Francesco, MAESTRO DI CARLO DI DURAZZO (Francesco di Michele ?), MAESTRO DI Sant`Ivo, MAESRO DEL 1416, BARTOLOMEO DI FRUOSINO, GIOVANNI DI SER GIOVANNI LO SCHEGGIA, FRANCESCO DEL COSSA, PONTORMO IL, FRANCO battista (cerchia), RAFFAELLINO DEL COLLE, CAJES Eugenio, DISEGNI ITALIANI DEL `400 `500, CESARE DA SESTO, GIULIO ROMANO, PERIN DEL VAGA, PARMIGIANINO IL, CARAGLIO Gian Giacomo, MONOGRAMMISTA CLF, BERTELLI Pietro, BRONZETTI ITALIANI DEL `400 (Desiderio da Firenze attr.), LIPPI Filippo, LAURANA Francesco, ERCOLE DE ROBERTI, GHIRLANDAIO Domenico attr., JACOMETTO VENEZIANO, LOTTO Lorenzo, LICINIO Bernardino, ALLORI Alessandro, BRONZINO AGNOLO (attr.), FONTANA Lavinia, LORENZO DI CREDI, TINTORETTO Jacopo, BASSANO Leandro, LO SCHEGGIA, ANTONIO DEL POLLAIOLO, JACOPO DEL SELLAIO, GHERARDO DI GIOVANNI DEL FORA, BARTOLOMEO DI GIOVANNI, BECCAFUMI Domenico, PIETRO DEL DONZELLO (MAESTRO DEL 1487), GIORGIONE, MORETTO IL, PALMA IL VECCHIO Jacopo, GIOVANNI CARIANI, PARIS BORDON, TIZIANO VECELLIO.
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