Étiqueté : parution

Parution : Ita Mac Carthy, « The Grace of the Italian Renaissance », Princeton, Princeton University Press, janvier 2020

Parution : « The Grace of the Italian Renaissance » écrit par Ita Mac Carthy, Princeton, Princeton University Press, publié en janvier 2020 Présentation: “Grace” emerges as a keyword in the culture and society of sixteenth-century Italy. The Grace of the Italian Renaissance explores how it conveys and connects the most pressing ethical, social and aesthetic concerns of an age concerned with the reactivation of ancient ideas in a changing world. The book reassesses artists such as...

Parution : Antonia Fondaras, « Augustinian Art and Meditation in Renaissance Florence – The Choir Altarpieces of Santo Spirito 1480-1510 », Leyde, Brill, 2020

Parution: « Augustinian Art and Meditation in Renaissance Florence – The Choir Altarpieces of Santo Spirito 1480-1510 » écrit par Antonia Fondaras, Brill, parution le 23 janvier 2020 Présentation: In The Choir Altarpieces of Santo Spirito, 1480-1510, Antonia Fondaras reunites the fifteenth-century altarpieces painted by Botticelli, Piero di Cosimo, Filippino Lippi, and other masters for the choir of the Augustinian church of Santo Spirito in Florence. Departing from a conventional focus on artist and patron, the author illuminates...

Parution : Joanna Smalcerz, « Smuggling the Renaissance The Illicit Export of Artworks Out of Italy, 1861-1909 », Leyde, Brill, 2020

Parution :  « Smuggling the Renaissance The Illicit Export of Artworks Out of Italy, 1861-1909 » écrit par Joanna Smalcerz, édité chez Brill le 19 février 2020 Présentation: Smuggling the Renaissance: The Illicit Export of Artworks Out of Italy, 1861-1909explores the phenomenon of art spoliation in Italy following Unification (1861), when the international demand for Italian Renaissance artworks was at an all-time high but effective art protection legislation had not yet been passed. Making use of rich...

Parution : Dennis Geronimus et Michael W. Kwakkelstein (dir.), Piero di Cosimo, Painter of Faith and Fable, Leyde, Brill, 2019

The study of Piero di Cosimo belongs no less to the history of the imagination than to the history of art. As was true for Giorgio Vasari five centuries ago, Piero’s intensely personal visual language remains a moving target for modern scholars. Yet, as surprising and strange as his pictorial solutions appear, we have never known as much about Piero as we do today. Freed from the powerful spell of Vasari’s biography-cum-cautionary tale, the Piero...