Étiqueté : Biographies d’artiste

Parution : E. Cropper, L. Pericolo, « Carlo Cesare Malvasia. Felsina pittrice: The Lives of Francesco Francia and Lorenzo Costa », Turnhout, Brepols, 2022

Equipped with the most refined tools of forensic eloquence, seething with outrage, Malvasia is at his best in challenging Vasari’s historical distortions and prejudices not only in connection with Francia, but also his disciples, Timoteo Viti (1469–1523), Lorenzo Costa (1460–1535), and Giovanni Maria Chiodarolo (1480–1530). In Bologna, Giorgio Vasari’s maniera moderna is inaugurated through the art of the goldsmith-painter Francesco Francia (c.1447–1517). Malvasia assimilates the beginning of this new era with the end of night...

Parution : J. Fitzmaurice, N. Miller, S. Steen, « Authorizing Early Modern European Women », Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 2022

The essays in this volume analyze strategies adopted by contemporary novelists, playwrights, screenwriters, and biographers interested in bringing the stories of early modern women to modern audiences. It also pays attention to the historical women creators themselves, who, be they saints or midwives, visual artists or poets and playwrights, stand out for their roles as active practitioners of their own arts and for their accomplishments as creators. Whether they delivered infants or governed as monarchs,...

Séminaire : « L’Ornement », Collège de France, salle 4, séance du 11 avril, 15h-17h

Séminaire : « L’Ornement », Collège de France, salle 4, séance du 11 avril, 15h-17h

Séminaire de recherche 2013 – 2014 sous la direction de Pierre Caye Directeur du Centre Jean Pépin (UPR 76 – CNRS) et de Francesco Solinas Maître de conférences au Collège de France – Res Literaria – République des Savoirs (USR 3608 – CNRS) en collaboration avec Sabine Frommel Directeur d’études École pratique des hautes études – Paris – Sorbonne Séminaire conçu par Res Literaria – République des Savoirs (USR 3608 – CNRS) et le Centre...

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