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The Drawings Of Filippino Lippi And His Circle


Author : George R. Goldner
language : en
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Release Date : 1997


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A collection of the most important drawings of the Florentine artist, Filippino Lippi (1457-1504). Trained by his equally famous father, Fra Filippo Lippi, and by Botticelli, he developed a rich array of drawing styles, both in pen and ink and metalpoint. This volume brings together 80 of the 150 extant sheets by the master.

Italian Drawings From The Collection Of Giorgio Vasari


Author : Per Bjurström
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2001


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Italian Renaissance Painting


Author : James H. Beck
language : en
Publisher: Konemann
Release Date : 1999-12


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I Tatti Studies


Author :
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2001


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From Duccio S Maest To Raphael S Transfiguration


Author : Christa Gardner von Teuffel
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2005


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Christa Gardner von Teuffels studies of Italian altarpieces have provided fundamental insights concerning the original structure and setting of some of the canonical monuments of Italian late medieval and Renaissance painting. Studies of panel type and frame architecture are combined with an investigation of original sites. Archival discoveries at Florence and Palermo have led to a new assessment of institutional patronage and private benefaction, and illuminated the formulation of altarpiece programmes, such as Peruginos Vallombrosan Assumption and Raphaels Lo Spasimo. These essays contribute enduringly to our understanding of contractual obligation, design process and altarpiece installation, and demonstrate the nexus between ecclesiastical and lay patrons, artists and congregations. The authors pioneering examination of Carmelite patronage and subsequent investigation of the iconographical impact of Benedictine and Franciscan reform movements have prompted others to re-assess the patronage of religious Orders in the Quattrocento. The pervasive iconographical influence of the Holy Land is traced through Sansepolcro, Santa Croce in Gerusalemme at Rome and as far as the astonishing View of Sinai by El Greco.

The Painter Of Souls A Novel


Author : Philip Kazan
language : en
Publisher: Pegasus Books
Release Date : 2016-05-03


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An extraordinary story of passion, art, and intrigue, this novel journeys to a time and place in Italy where desire reigns supreme—and salvation is found in the strangest of places. Beauty can be a gift—or a wicked temptation. So it is for Filippo Lippi, growing up in Renaissance Florence. He has a talent—not only can he see the beauty in everything, he can capture it, paint it. But while beauty can seduce you and art can transport you—it cannot always feed you or protect you. To survive, Pippo Lippi, orphan, street urchin, budding rogue, must first become Fra Filippo Lippi: Carmelite friar, man of God. His life will take him down two paths at once. He will become a gambler, a forger, a seducer of nuns; and at the same time he will be the greatest painter of his time, the teacher of Botticelli and the confidante of the Medicis. So who is he really—lover, believer, father, teacher, artist? Is anything true except the paintings?

The Primacy Of Drawing


Author : Deanna Petherbridge
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2010


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In this important and original book, Deanna Petherbridge—herself a practicing artist—affirms the significance of drawing as visual thinking in western art from the 15th century to the present. Scrutinizing a wide range of drawings, Petherbridge confirms a long historical commitment to the primal importance of sketching in generating ideas and problem solving, examines the production of autonomous drawings as gifts or for pleasure, and traces the importance of the life-class and theories of drawing in the training of artists until well into the 20th century. She also addresses the changing role of drawing in relation to contemporary practice and its importance for conceptual artists working in a nonhierarchical manner with a multiplicity of practices, techniques and technologies. In addition to analyzing specific works by Leonardo, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Goya, Picasso, and other great draftsmen, Petherbridge pays close attention to those artists traditionally regarded as “minor” because of their graphic elaboration or involvement with caricature and play, as well as to the important contribution of women artists in the 20th and 21st centuries. Responding to the vibrant rediscovery of drawing as significant practice in studios, exhibitions, and art schools, Petherbridge proposes an ambitious and novel agenda for the study and enjoyment of drawing.