Parution : Fernando Loffredo, Ginette Vagenheim (éd.) « Pirro Ligorio’s Worlds, Antiquarianism, Classical Erudition and the Visual Arts in the Late Renaissance » Brill, décembre 2018

 

Fernando Loffredo, Ginette Vagenheim (é.d), «Pirro Ligorio’s Worlds, Antiquarianism, Classical Erudition and the Visual Arts in the Late Renaissance », Brill 2018

 

Pirro Ligorio’s Worlds brings renowned Ligorio specialists into conversation with emerging young scholars on various aspects of the visual, antiquarian and intellectual production of one of the most fascinating and learned artists in the prestigious entourage of Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. The book takes a more nuanced approach to the complex topic of Ligorio’s ‘forgeries’, investigating them in relation to previously neglected aspects of his life and work. Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History 293 Brill’s Studies on Art, Art History, and Intellectual History, 34 Editors:Fernando Loffredo and Ginette Vagenheim

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface by Anthony Grafton

List of Figures

Introduction

  • Pirro Ligorio’s Worlds, or, an Invitation to Navigate the Boundaries of Truth : Fernando Loffredo and Ginette Vagenheim

Pirro Ligorio versus Philology

  • Pirro Ligorio’s Antiquarian Philology : Robert W. Gaston
  • Editing Ligorio’s Epigraphic Manuscripts: New Discoveries and New Issues : Silvia Orlandi
  • The Epigraphical Forgeries in the Construction of Pirro Ligorio’s Libro XXXIX on Roman Antiquities : Nicoletta Balistreri
  • Drawing Circles: Pirro Ligorio’s Working Methods as Evidenced in His Numismatic Manuscripts : Sarah E. Cox

Pirro Ligorio and the Ancient World

  • Pirro Ligorio’s Evidence for the Cult of Jupiter Dolichenus in Rome and Religious Life at the Barracks : Blair Fowlkes-Childs
  • Pirro Ligorio and Sicilian Antiquities: Indifference or an Unwitting “Short Circuit” : Federico Rausa
  • Looking for Sirens: Ancient Sites in Naples According to Pirro Ligorio : Anna Schreurs

Pirro Ligorio and the Renaissance Villa

  • Pirro Ligorio’s Casino of Pius IV Reconsidered, or, Why People Love Ligorio’s Buildings : Arnold Nesselrath
  • Pirro Ligorio and St Peter’s Basilica: More on the Historical-Christian Investigations and on a Medieval ‘Reuse’ in the Casino of Pius IV : Carmelo Occhipinti
  • The Villa d’Este at Tivoli and Its Gardens in Marc-Antoine Muret’s Tivoli Cycle of Poems and Uberto Foglietta’s Tyburtinum : George Hugo Tucker

Pirro Ligorio and the Visual Arts

  • Pirro Ligorio’s Oxford Album : Ian Campbell
  • In the Shadow of Polidoro da Caravaggio: Pirro Ligorio as a Draftsman : Ginette Vagenheim
  • “Pirro Ligorio Neapolitan Painter,” 1534–1549 (With a New Addition on His Late Activity as an Architect) : Patrizia Tosini
  • Pirro Ligorio and Sculpture, or, on the Reproducibility of Antiquity : Fernando Loffredo

ConclusionsMarcello Fagiolo

AppendixFabio Colonnese

Bibliography

Index of Ancient Names

Index of Modern Authors

Index of Topography

Index of Inscriptions

Source

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