Catégorie : Parutions

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Parution: Jeux et enjeux du cadre dans les systèmes décoratifs de la première modernité (1500-1700), Rennes, PUR

C’est avec un grand plaisir que nous vous transmettons l’annonce de la parution aujourd’hui, aux Presses Universitaires de Rennes, de l’ouvrage Jeux et enjeux du cadre dans les systèmes décoratifs de la première modernité (1500-1700), actes des journées d’études internationales de 9-10 mai 2014 (programme), publiés sous la direction de Nicolas Cordon, d’Édouard Dégans, d’Elli Doulkaridou-Ramantani et de Caroline Heering. Présentation Qu’il soit éphémère ou permanent, profane ou religieux, qu’il concerne l’architecture, la sculpture, la...

Parution : Anne L. Williams “Satire, Veneration, and St. Joseph in Art, c. 1300-1550”, Amsterdam University Press

Parution: “Satire, Veneration, and St. Joseph in Art, c. 1300-1550”,  écrit par Anne L. Williams, publication faite par Amsterdam University Press le 26 – 08 – 2019 Satire, Veneration, and St. Joseph in Art, c. 1300-1550 is the first to reclaim satire as a central component of Catholic altarpieces, devotional art, and veneration, moving beyond humor’s relegation to the medieval margins or to the profane arts alone. The book challenges humor’s perception as a mere...

Parution: Anne Scott et Michael Barbezat “Fluid Bodies and Bodily Fluids in Premodern Europe; Bodies, Blood, and Tears in Literature, Theology and Art” Arc Humanities Press

Parution: “Fluid Bodies and Bodily Fluids in Premodern Europe; Bodies, Blood, and Tears in Literature, Theology and Art”,  écrit par Anne Scott et Michael Barbezat, publication faite par Arc Humanities Press le 30 – 09 – 2019   For medieval and early modern thinkers, the apparent solidity of the body only came about through the dynamic interplay of a host of fluidities in constant flux. This interdisciplinary collection of essays, containing chapters from specialists in...

Parution: Guillaume Cassegrain, “Michel-Ange, origine d’une renommée”, Paris, Hazan

Parution: “Michel-Ange, origine d’une renommée”,  écrit par Guillaume Cassegrain, publication faite par Paris, Hazan le 27-03-2019 Guillaume Cassegrain, Michel-Ange, origine d’une renommée, Paris, Hazan, 320 pages, 30 euros. Code EAN : 9782754110624. L’ouvrage entend prendre Michel-Ange et son œuvre au «  mot  ». Nourri par les sources littéraires contemporaines, le texte propose une lecture monographique et une analyse biographique qui éclairent l’œuvre de Michel-Ange comme sa personnalité artistique. Notes, poèmes et correspondances autographes de l’artiste, associés...

Parution: Babette Bohn, Rafaella Morselli “Reframing Seventeenth-Century Bolognese Art, Archival Discoveries” Amsterdam University Press

Parution: “Reframing Seventeenth-Century Bolognese Art, Archival Discoveries”,  écrit par Babette Bohn et Rafaella Morselli, publication faite par Amsterdam University Press le 19 – 08 – 2019 These ground-breaking essays, all based on original archival research, consider the evolving interest in Bolognese art in seventeenth-century Italy, particularly focusing on the period after the death of Guido Reni in 1642. Edited by Bolognese specialists Raffaella Morselli and Babette Bohn, the studies collected here focus on the taste...

Parution: Elizabeth Sutton “Women Artists and Patrons in the Netherlands, 1500-1700” Amsterdam University Press

Parution: “Women Artists and Patrons in the Netherlands, 1500-1700”,  écrit par Elizabeth Sutton, publication faite par Amsterdam University Press le 22 – 07 – 2019 This essay collection features innovative scholarship on women artists and patrons in the Netherlands 1500-1700. Covering painting, printmaking, and patronage, authors highlight the contributions of women art makers in the Netherlands, showing that women were prominent as creators in their own time and deserve to be recognized as such today....

Parution: Marije Osnabrugge “The Neapolitan Lives and Careers of Netherlandish Immigrant Painters (1575-1655)” Amsterdam University Press

Parution: “The Neapolitan Lives and Careers of Netherlandish Immigrant Painters (1575-1655)”,  écrit par Marije Osnabrugge, publication faite par Amsterdam University Press le 29 – 04 – 2019 The seventeenth century was a time of exceptional mobility for Netherlandish artists. This mobility had a profound impact on artistic developments, stimulating innovation and creativity in the Netherlands as well as abroad. Whereas most artists undertook a relatively short study trip, others decided to settle down and shape...

Parution : Alison Wright, “Frame Work Honour and Ornament in Italian Renaissance Art”, Yale, Yale University Press, 2019

“My husband Jan finished me on 17 June 1439. . . .  My age was 33 years.” So speaks Margaret van Eyck from the frame of her portrait. This painted inscription honors its maker Jan van Eyck, even as it blurs the distinction between living subject and painted double. Frame Work, an in-depth study of paintings, sculpture, and manuscript illumination in their varied social settings, argues that frames and framing devices are central to how Renaissance images operate. In a...

Parution: Alessandro Nova et Vitale Zanchettin, “Michelangelo. Arte – Materia – Lavoro”

Parution: “Michelangelo. Arte – Materia – Lavoro”,  édité par Alessandro Nova et Vitale Zanchettin, publié par Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz, Max-Planck-Institut.   L’enorme crescita degli studi su Michelangelo negli ultimi due secoli, l’analisi sistematica e dettagliata delle sue committenze più recondite e lo scandaglio di nuove categorie di documenti, hanno messo in luce aspetti inattesi della sua personalità, definendo con precisione sempre maggiore i contorni dell’universo intellettuale entro cui gravitano i suoi capolavori. Nel dare...

Parution: Alessandro Nova, Francesca Borgo, Rodolfo Maffeis, “Leonardo in Dialogue. The Artist Amid His Contemporaries”

Parution: “Leonardo in Dialogue. The Artist Amid His Contemporaries”,  édité par Alessandro Nova, Francesca Borgo, Rodolfo Maffeis, publié par Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz, Max-Planck-Institut.   Leonardo is often considered an artist apart, isolated in his greatness. This book is about to be combined with broader conditions of art making. It is therefore designed to deliver the rich and challenging nature of Leonardo’s studies under the collective consideration and scrutiny of scholars, irrespective of methodological training and...