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ALBERTIANA (Vol. XVI, 2013)

 

Articles

Martin McLaughlin, Da «Lepidus» a «Leon Battista Alberti». Metamorfosi onomastiche e anonimizzazioni nell’Italia del Quattrocento

 

Nella Bianchi Bensimon, Du père à l’iciarca. La famille au coeur de la respublica albertienne

 

Anna Little, Image and nature in Alberti’s De pictura. A case of «model inversion»?

 

Anna Modigliani, Per la datazione del De re ædificatoria. Il codice e gli archetipi dell’Alberti

 

Mario Carpo, Le dessin d’architecture et le problème de la copie chez Alberti

 

Karim Basbous, La raison du dessin

 

Thomas Golsenne, Éthique et décor chez Alberti et Filarète

 

 

 

 

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ARTIBUS ET HISTORIAE (no. 67, vol. XXXIV)

Art in Sixteenth-Century Venice: Context, Practices, Developments. Proceedings of a Conference in Honour of Peter Humfrey (University of St Andrews, 3rd–6th May 2012) – PART ONE

 

Articles

KEITH CHRISTIANSEN – Bellini and the Meditational poesia (pp. 9-20)

 

BEVERLY LOUISE BROWN – As Time Goes By: Temporal Plurality and the Antique in Andrea Mantegna’s Saint Sebastian and Giovanni Bellini’s Blood of the Redeemer (pp. 21-48)

 

ANCHISE TEMPESTINI – Giovanni Bellini nella storia dell’arte del XX secolo (pp. 49-55)

 

WILLIAM L. BARCHAM – Deferential or Formulaic? Antonio Vivarini and the Sacred Image of the Man of Sorrows (pp. 57-72)

 

LILIAN ARMSTRONG – A Manuscript of Francesco Petrarca’s Libro degli uomini famosi Illuminated by Cristoforo Cortese in Early Quattrocento Venice (pp. 73-100)

 

DAVID ALAN BROWN – Art and Espionage: Michael Straight’s Giorgione (pp. 101-116)

 

CAROLYN C. WILSON – St Joseph and the Process of Decoding Vincenzo Catena’s Warrior Adoring the Infant Christ and the Virgin (pp. 117-136)

 

PATRICIA FORTINI BROWN – A Death in Venice: The Forgotten Tomb of Alvise Della Torre (pp. 137-159)

 

DEBRA PINCUS – Signatures of the Lombardo Workshop (pp. 161-174)

 

STEFANIA MASON – Le vanità di un cardinale: Alvise Pisani e il suo inventario (1570) (pp. 175-184)

 

DEBORAH HOWARD – Contextualising Titian’s Sacred and Profane Love: The Cultural World of the Venetian Chancery in the Early Sixteenth Century (pp. 185-199)

 

JOANNA WOODS-MARSDEN – The Sword in Titian’s Portraits of Emperor Charles V (pp. 201-218)

 

TOM NICHOLS – The Master as Monument: Titian and his Images (pp. 219-238)

 

PAUL JOANNIDES – A Portrait by Titian of Girolamo Cornaro (pp. 239-249)

 

LUBA FREEDMAN – Apelles, Giovanni Bellini, and Michelangelo in Titian’s Life and Art (pp. 251-273)

 

MIGUEL FALOMIR – Titian, Jacopo Bassano and the Purification of the Temple (pp. 275-284)

 

JÓZEF GRABSKI – The Contribution of Collaborators in Titian’s Late Works (pp. 285-310)

 

Source : http://artibusethistoriae.org/issue67.html

 

 

 

 

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CAHIER D’ETUDES ITALIENNES (Numéro 17, 2013)

 

Articles

Anna Langiano, La réception du Roland furieux à la Renaissance : quelles possibilités de traductions ?

 

Source : http://www.lcdpu.fr/livre/?GCOI=27000100165280

 

 

 

 

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JOURNAL OF THE WARBURG AND COURTAULD INSTITUTES (Volume LXXVI, 2013)

 

Articles (Part I)

Xenophon and the Barberini: Pietro da Cortona’s Sacrifice to Diana Timothy Rood

 

Philosophy for Princes: Aristotle’s Politics and its Readers during the French Wars of Religion Ingrid De Smet

 

John Spencer’s De Legibus Hebraeorum (1683-85) and ‘Enlightened’ Sacred History: A New Interpretation Dmitri Levitin

 

The Qur’an Translations of Marracci and Sale Alexander Bevilacqua

 

Abigail going to David: The Iconography of a Marble Capital from the Destroyed Romanesque Cloister at Notre-Dame-des-Doms, Avignon Andrew Chen

 

Articles (Part II)

Of Stars and Men: Matthew Paris and the Illustrations of MS Ashmole 304 Allegra Iafrate

 

Additional Thoughts about the Construction of Francesco di Giorgio’s Drawing of Atlas Kristen Lippincott

 

Martin Meurisse’s Garden of Logic Susanna Berger

 

A New Renaissance Source on Colour: Uberto Decembrio’s De candore Stuart M. McManus

 

The Classical Ideal of Male Beauty in Renaissance Italy: A Note on the Afterlife of Virgil’s Euryalus Hugh Hudson

 

Source : http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/publications/journal/forthcoming0/

 

 

 

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REVUE REFORME, HUMANISME, RENAISSANCE (N° 77, décembre 2013)

Fable/figure: récit, fiction, allégorisation à la Renaissance

 

Articles

Trung Tran, « ‘Par similitudes paraboliques et parolles faintes’. Les dynamiques de la figure au XVIe siècle »

 

Agnès Guiderdoni, « La figure réinventée au début de la période moderne »

 

Rachel Darmon, « Figuration, fable et théologie dans les traités de mythographie »

 

Françoise Graziani, « Pan figure de l’univers : la fabrique du sens dans la tradition mythographique de la Renaissance »

 

Richard Crescenzo, « L’allégorie et ses limites. Théorie et pratique de l’allégorie mythologique chez Barthélémy Aneau et Blaise de Vigenère »

 

Trung Tran, « Ce que l’emblématisation fait à la fiction : autour de l’Amour de Cupido et de Psiché (1546) »

 

Nora Viet, « Les pratiques de moralisation dans les recueils narratifs de la première Renaissance (1485-1530) »

 

Mawy Bouchard, « Sur les fictions ‘trop en corps’. Marguerite de Navarre et les illusions de l’écriture profane »

 

Jean Lecointe, « Du récit moralisé au récit moralisant : les Angoisses douloureuses et l’Amant ressuscité »

 

Anne Duprat, « Fable/figure. Sur deux lectures chrétiennes de la Poétique (Torquato Tasso, Paul Ricœur) »

 

Source : http://www.lcdpu.fr/livre/?GCOI=27000100253930

 

 

 

 

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THE ART BULLETIN (December 2013, Volume 96, Number 3)

 

Articles

KAREN LANG, The Sense of the Past and the Writing of History: Stephen Bann in Conversation with Karen Lang

 

GERD BLUM, Vasari on the Jews: Christian Canon, Conversion, and the Moses of Michelangelo

Abstract : The Life of Michelangelo published in 1550 under the name of Giorgio Vasari contains a description of crowds of Roman Jews making a pilgrimage every Sabbath to the church of S. Pietro in Vincoli to “adore” Michelangelo’s Moses. The veracity of Vasari’s “report” is explored in the context of the first edition of The Lives and conversion policies of the Counter-Reformation church. Vasari’s account of an alleged historical fact turns out to be a literary fiction underpinned by the theological topos of the “eschatological Jew” and the historiographical structure of The Lives, which models a Christian theology of history.

 

Source : http://www.collegeart.org/artbulletin/current

 

 

 

 

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SOURCE (Vol. XXXIII No. 1, Fall 2013)

 

Articles

John Turner, MICHELANGELO’S BLACKS IN THE LAST JUDGMENT

 

Norman E. Land, MICHELANGELO AND THE STONECUTTERS

 

Paul Barolsky, THE GENIUS OF MICHELANGELO’S CREATION OF ADAM AND THE BLINDNESS OF ART HISTORY

 

Source : http://source.bgc.bard.edu/

 

 

 

 

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CAHIER D’ETUDES ITALIENNES (Numéro 18, 2014)

 

Articles

Angela Dillon Bussi, Annotations sur Bartolomeo Sanvito, un scribe-enlumineur de la Renaissance vénitienne

 

Luciano Cheles, Michel-Ange recyclé : la Renaissance dans la culture de masse

 

Source : http://www.lcdpu.fr/livre/?GCOI=27000100253930

 

 

 

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MASTER DRAWINGS (Volume 52, Number 1, Spring 2014)

 

Articles

FURIO RINALDI, Girolama Genga as a Draftsman

 

Source : http://www.masterdrawings.org/content-current.php

 

 

 

 

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RENAISSANCE QUARTERLY (Vol. 67, No. 1, Spring 2014)

 

Articles

Brian Copenhaver and Daniel Stein Kokin, Egidio da Viterbo’s Book on Hebrew Letters: Christian Kabbalah in Papal Rome(pp. 1-42)  

 

Joanne Paul, The Use of Kairos in Renaissance Political Philosophy(pp. 43-78)  

 

Alejandra Giménez-Berger, Ethics and Economies of Art in Renaissance Spain: Felipe de Guevara’s Comentario de la pintura y pintores antiguos(pp. 79-112)  

 

 

Comptes rendus d’ouvrages

Animal Imagery in Renaissance Art (pp. 164-180)  

Commento al “Parmenide” di Platone by Marsilio Ficino

Review by: Michael J. B. Allen

 

Nicoletto Vernia: Studi sull’aristotelismo del XV secolo by Ennio De Bellis

Review by: Cristóváo S. Marinheiro

 

Lettere XV (marzo–agosto 1489)Lettere XVI (settembre 1489–febbraio 1490) by Lorenzo de’ Medici; Lorenzo de’ Medici

Review by: Alison Brown

 

Pliny and the Artistic Culture of the Italian Renaissance: The Legacy of the Natural History by Sarah Blake McHam

Review by: Robert W. Gaston

 

Michelangelo: A Life on Paper by Leonard Barkan

Review by: Kim Butler Wingfield

 

In Michelangelo’s Mirror: Perino Del Vaga, Daniele Da Volterra, Pellegrino Tibaldi by Morten Steen Hansen

Review by: Paul Barolsky

 

Ut pictura meditatio: The Meditative Image in Northern Art, 1500–1700 by Walter Melion; Ralph Dekoninck; Agnes Guiderdoni-Bruslè

Review by: Mitchell B. Merback

 

Lorenzo de’ Medici at Home: The Inventory of the Palazzo Medici in 1492 by Richard Stapleford

Review by: Tracy E. Robey

 

The Duke and the Stars: Astrology and Politics in Renaissance Milan by Monica Azzolini

Review by: Steven Vanden Broecke

 

Matter and Form in Early Modern Science and Philosophy by Gideon Manning

Review by: Elisabeth Moreau

 

Vincenzo Cartari’s Images of the Gods of the Ancients: The First Italian Mythography by Vincenzo Cartari

Review by: David G. Lummus

 

L’Inventio crucis nel teatro del rinascimento fiorentino: Una leggenda tra spettacolo, antisemitismo e propaganda by Gianni Cicali

Review by: Nerida Newbigin

 

Source : http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/673576 (Disponible en intégralité sur JSTOR)

 

 

 

 

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BURLINGTON MAGAZINE (Mars 2014, Numéro 1332)

 

Articles

David Alan Brown and Anna Pizzati, «‘Meum amantissimum nepotem’: a new document concerning Giovanni Bellini »

Abstract : An unpublished document about Giovanni Bellini’s family background.

 

Amy Griffin and Antonio Mazzotta, « The discovery and conservation of a Nicolò di Pietro in the Cuming Museum, London »

Abstract : An early fifteenth-century panel painting of the Virgin Annunciate (c.1410–15) in the Cuming Museum, London, has recently been restored and attributed to Nicolò di Pietro.

 

Philip Cottrell, « Parrasio Micheli’s ‘St Francis’: a rediscovered work from the Palazzo dei Camerlenghi, Venice »

Abstract : A newly identified St Francis (c.1551–55) by Parrasio Micheli for the Palazzo dei Camerlenghi, Venice.

 

 

Comptes rendus d’ouvrages

M. Seidel, Father and Son: Nicola and Giovanni Pisano par Brendan Cassidy

 

A. Acconci and A. Zuccari, eds., Scipione Pulzone. Da Gaeta a Roma alle Corti europee par Frank Dabell

 

Source : http://www.burlington.org.uk/magazine/back-issues

 

 

 

 

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ART HISTORY, SPECIAL ISSUE: ANDREA MANTEGNA

Edited by Stephen J. Campbell and Jérémie Koering, April 2014, Volume 37, Issue 2, Pages 204–399.

 

Articles

Stephen J. Campbell and Jérémie Koering, In Search of Mantegna’s Poetics: An Introduction (pages 208–221)

 

Klaus Krüger, Andrea Mantegna: Painting’s Mediality (pages 222–253)

 

Daniel Arasse, Signing Mantegna (pages 254–274)

 

Guillaume Cassegrain, Mantegna the Grammarian (pages 276–292)

 

Jérémie Koering, Changing Forms: Mantegna’s Poietics in the Camera Picta (pages 294–312)

 

Stephen J. Campbell, Mantegna’s Camera Picta: Visuality and Pathos (pages 314–332)

 

Andreas Hauser,  The Griffin’s Gaze and the Mask of Medusa: Self-Referential Motifs in Andrea Mantegna’s Trial of St James (pages 334–351)

 

Andrea Bolland, Artifice and Stability in Late Mantegna (pages 352–375)

 

Francis Fletcher, Mantegna’s Fictive Bronze Judith and Dido: Beyond Exemplarity (pages 376–399)

 

Source : http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ahis.2014.37.issue-2/issuetoc

 

 


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