Étiqueté : école vénitienne

Parution : Daniel Wallace Maze, « Young Bellini », Yale University Press, 2021.

A revisionist history of the early life and career of Renaissance artist Giovanni Bellini Widely recognized as one of the greatest painters of the Italian Renaissance, Giovanni Bellini is revered for his mastery of color, atmosphere and light. However, his early life and career remain something of a mystery. Daniel Wallace Maze expands on groundbreaking research that argues Jacopo Bellini was not Giovanni Bellini’s father, but rather his half-brother, and that Giovanni was born between...

Appel à communication : « Genders », Second Seminar of the Venetian Art History Group, University of Warwick, date limite le 31 mai 2020

The question of genders in Venetian art is of particular significance and perennial interest. The artistic culture of Venice may have given special emphasis to the ‘feminine’, whether this is understood in terms of the depiction of the body, or as more widely reflected in its concern with lavish surfaces and rich materials. The art of Venice could even be understood as offering a kind of ‘feminine’ alternative to the more male-orientated artistic cultures of Florence...

Conférence : ““Divine proportion” in Renaissance Venice: Bellini, Carpaccio and Luca Pacioli”, The Warburg Institute, 26 Oct 2017, 17.30-19.30

Speaker: Professor Paul Hills, Professor Emeritus, The Courtauld Institute of Art Venetian painting around 1500 is marked by a distinctive geometry. In this lecture I explore the synergy between the artistic and Euclidian culture of the Venetian Republic, broadly from the arrival of Giorgio Valla in 1481 through to the publication of Luca Pacioli’s Divina proportione in 1509.  Examining a number of works by Bellini and Carpaccio, I suggest how the emphasis on geometry and...

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