Italian Renaissance Art (2ND)

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Italian Renaissance Art (2ND)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 436 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780813349022
  • DDC分類 709.4509024

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Now thoroughly revised and updated throughout, featuring extended discussions of Mannerism and the expanding role of women in the visual arts and significant illustration program enhancements, Italian Renaissance Art is a readable, student-friendly, lavishly-illustrated introduction to one of the greatest periods of artistic genius in western history.Art historian Laurie Schneider Adams opens the text with the late Byzantine work of Cimabue and concludes with the transition to Mannerism. The author presents the most important and innovative artists and their principal works, with a clear emphasis on selectivity and understanding. Italian Renaissance Art also focuses on style and iconography, and on art and artists, incorporating different methodological approaches to create a wider understanding and appreciation of the art.Distinguishing features of the second edition include: More than 400 images throughout the work, with over 300 in full-color. Over 50 images were changed from black and white to full-color for this edition. Illustration program now includes works by Correggio, Bronzino, and Pontormo.Large format illustrations retained for readability and visual access by students. Design changes make the text more attractive and readable. 'Connections', with thumbnail images of earlier works, show the historical continuity of the images. 'Comparison' thumbnails have also been added for the purpose of comparing and contrasting later works with earlier ones.New treatment of Mannerism and the expanding role of women in the visual arts. Coverage includes Lavinia Fontana, Sofonisba Anguissola, and Properzia de' Rossi, and a new feature box discusses the role of Isabella d'Este as an influential art patron and humanist.Maps, plans, and diagrams included throughout. Also features a historical chronology, a full glossary of art-historical terms, and a select bibliography.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
PART ONE PRECURSORS OF THE RENAISSANCE
Chapter One The Thirteenth Century 2 (23)
The Context 2 (2)
Politics 2 (2)
Box: Guelphs and Ghibellines 4 (1)
The Guilds 4 (1)
The Stylistic Background 4 (5)
Box: Early Christianity and the Life of 6 (3)
Christ
Vasari's Lives and the "Framing" of the 9 (1)
Renaissance
Cimabue 9 (4)
Box: Tempera Painting and the Bottega 11 (2)
Saints Dominic and Francis: Mendicant 13 (1)
Friars
Box: Typology 13 (1)
Nicola and Giovanni Pisano 14 (4)
Duccio di Buoninsegna: The Rucellai 18 (3)
Madonna
Siena and Florence in 1300 21 (2)
Box: Dante Alighieri 22 (1)
Giotto: The Santa Maria Novella Crucifix 23 (2)
Chapter Two Trecento Precursors 25 (33)
Giotto di Bondone 25 (15)
The Ognissanti Madonna 25 (1)
Box: Giovanni Boccaccio 25 (2)
Box: Fresco Painting 27 (1)
The Arena Chapel 28 (1)
Box: The Emergence of Humanism 28 (11)
Controversy Box: Giotto and the Assisi 39 (1)
Frescoes
Sienese Painting in the Fourteenth Century 40 (6)
Duccio's Maesta 40 (3)
Simone Martini 43 (3)
Ambrogio Lorenzetti: Allegories of Good 46 (4)
and Bad Government
1348: The Black Death 50 (1)
Controversy Box: The Impact of the 50 (1)
Black Death
Andrea da Firenze: Way of Salvation 51 (2)
Andrea di Cione (Orcagna) 53 (5)
The Strozzi Altarpiece 53 (1)
The Or San Michele Tabernacle 54 (4)
PART TWO THE QUATTROCENTO
Chapter Three Architecture and Sculpture in 58 (25)
Florence: 1400--1430
Box: The Catasto of 1427 59 (1)
The Competition of 1401 60 (4)
Box: Bronze Casting 62 (2)
Ghiberti's Commentarii 64 (1)
Public Sculpture: The Exterior of 64 (2)
Florence Cathedral
Donatello's Marble David 65 (1)
Donatello's John the Evangelist 65 (1)
The Architecture of Brunelleschi 66 (9)
The Dome of Florence Cathedral 66 (2)
The Hospital of the Innocents 68 (2)
Box: The Medici in the Fifteenth-Century 70 (1)
The Church of San Lorenzo 70 (1)
Box: The Orders of Architecture 71 (1)
The Church of Santo Spirito 72 (2)
Late Work: Santa Maria degli Angeli and 74 (1)
the Ideal of the Circular Plan
Controversy Box: Brunelleschi's Sources 75 (1)
Or San Michele: The Exterior Niches 75 (8)
Chapter Four Painting in Florence: 83 (21)
1400--1430
Lorenzo Monaco's Coronation of the Virgin 83 (2)
Gentile da Fabriano's Adoration of the 85 (2)
Magi: 1423
Masaccio 87 (5)
The Pisa Altarpiece: The Virgin and 87 (2)
Child
Box: Brunelleschi's Perspective System 89 (1)
The Trinity 90 (2)
The Brancacci Chapel Frescoes 92 (12)
The Disposition of the Scenes 92 (4)
Temptation and Expulsion of Adam and Eve 96 (2)
The Tribute Money 98 (1)
Controversy Box: The Restoration of the 99 (1)
Brancacci Chapel Frescoes
The Frescoes on the Altar Wall 100(4)
Chapter Five Painting in Florence: 104(18)
1430--1460
Box: Women in the Italian Renaissance 104(1)
Leon Battista Alberti: On Painting 105(1)
Fra Angelico 106(9)
Filippo Lippi 115(7)
Box: Pius II 115(5)
Box: Jan van Eyck and the Renaissance 120(2)
in the Netherlands
Chapter Six Painting in Florence, II: 122(20)
1430--1460
Paolo Uccello 122(9)
Box: The Equestrian Portrait 125(4)
Box: The Dignity of Man in the 129(2)
Renaissance
Domenico Veneziano 131(3)
Andrea del Castagno 134(8)
Chapter Seven Sculpture and Architecture in 142(19)
Florence: 1430s--1460s
Bruni's Humanist Tomb 142(2)
Alberti's Self-Portrait Plaque: An 144(2)
Iconographic Puzzle
Box: The Renaissance Medal 145(1)
Donatello in the Mid-Fifteenth Century 146(5)
Ghiberti's East Doors 151(3)
Box: Pisanello's Medal of John VIII 153(1)
Palaeologus
Palace Architecture 154(5)
The Medici Palace: 1444--1460 154(3)
The Rucellai Palace: 1450s 157(2)
Box: Alberti's Architectural Metaphor 159(1)
The Facade of Santa Maria Novella 159(2)
Chapter Eight Developments in Siena, 161(18)
Rimini, and Pienza: 1400--1460
Siena 161(10)
Sassetta 161(3)
Box: San Bernardino of Siena 164(1)
Jacopo della Quercia 164(1)
The Ilaria del Carretto Tomb Monument 164(2)
The Fonte Gaia 166(1)
The Baptismal Font 166(3)
The San Petronio Portal 169(2)
Rimini 171(6)
The Tempio Malatestiano 171(4)
Medals of Sigismondo and Isotta 175(2)
Pienza 177(2)
Chapter Nine Developments in Umbria, the 179(23)
Marches, and Naples: 1400s--1460s
Box: Vitruvius 179(1)
Alfonso I of Naples 180(4)
Pisanello's Medal of Alfonso 180(1)
The Aragonese Arch 181(3)
Piero della Francesca 184(8)
The Baptism of Christ 184(2)
The Madonna del Parto 186(1)
Box: The Cartoon 187(1)
The Arezzo Frescoes 187(2)
Box: The Legend of the True Cross 189(3)
The Montefeltro Court in Urbino 192(9)
Clemente's Medal of Federico da 194(2)
Montefeltro
Piero's State Portraits 196(2)
The Flagellation of Christ 198(1)
The Madonna and Child with Saints 199(1)
Controversy Box: The Question of the Egg 199(2)
Federico's Dynastic Iconography 201(1)
Chapter Ten Sculpture and Architecture in 202(20)
Florence after 1450
Sculpture 202(13)
Donatello 202(1)
Mary Magdalen 202(1)
The Bronze John the Baptist 203(1)
Judith and Holofernes 203(3)
Desiderio da Settignano 206(2)
Antonio del Pollaiuolo's Hercules and 208(1)
Antaeus
Andrea del Verrocchio 209(1)
David 209(1)
Doubting Thomas 209(2)
The Tomb of Piero and Giovanni de' 211(2)
Medici
Putto with a Dolphin 213(2)
Colleoni 215(1)
Architecture 215(7)
The Strozzi Palace 216(1)
Giuliano da Sangallo 217(1)
The Medici Villa: Poggio a Caiano 218(1)
Santa Maria delle Carceri 219(3)
Chapter Eleven Painting in Florence after 222(24)
1450
Benozzo Gozzoli: The Medici Chapel 222(4)
Frescoes
Pollaiuolo 226(3)
Botticelli 229(9)
Box: The Platonic Academy 233(5)
Filippino Lippi: Vision of Saint Bernard 238(2)
Ghirlandaio 240(6)
Chapter Twelve Fifteenth-Century 246(24)
Developments in Verona, Ferrara, and Mantua
Pisanello in Verona 246(2)
Pisanello and the Este of Ferrara 248(6)
Box: The Este of Ferrara 250(4)
Developments in Mantua 254(6)
The Sala Pisanello Frescoes 254(1)
Box: The Gonzaga of Mantua 255(1)
Alberti in Mantua 256(4)
Andrea Mantegna 260(2)
Mantegna and the Gonzaga of Mantua 262(8)
Box: Isabella d'Este: Humanist and Art 267(3)
Patron
Chapter Thirteen Developments in Late 270(22)
Fifteenth- and Early Sixteenth-Century
Venice
Jacopo Bellini 272(3)
Box: The Venetian Scuole 272(3)
Gentile Bellini 275(1)
Carpaccio's Miracle at the Rialto 276(2)
Antonello da Messina 278(3)
Giovanni Bellini 281(11)
Box: Ovid and the Renaissance 289(3)
PART THREE THE CINQUECENTO
Chapter Fourteen Leonardo and Bramante: 292(20)
Late Fifteenth- and Early Sixteenth-Century
Developments in Florence and Milan
Leonardo da Vinci: Florence 292(6)
Leonardo and Bramante in Milan 298(8)
Politics and Humanist Patronage 298(2)
Lodovico and Bramante 300(3)
Lodovico and Leonardo 303(3)
Leonardo's Later Work 306(6)
Controversy Box: Freud, Leonardo, and 311(1)
Art History: A Methodological Squabble
Chapter Fifteen Michelangelo and Raphael: 312(18)
The Late Fifteenth Century to 1505
Michelangelo: Florence and Rome 312(18)
Controversy Box: Michelangelo and the 317(4)
"Marble Breast"
Raphael: Urbino, Perugia, and Florence 321(1)
Box: Literary Figures at the Court of 321(9)
Guidobaldo da Montefeltro
Chapter Sixteen Bramante, Michelangelo, 330(27)
Raphael: Developments in Rome to 1520
Bramante in Rome 330(2)
The Patronage of Julius II 332(16)
Box: The Evolution of Saint Peter's 334(1)
Michelangelo: The Tomb of Julius II 334(2)
The Sistine Ceiling 336(8)
Raphael: The Stanza della Segnatura 344(1)
Disputation over the Sacrament (Disputa) 345(1)
School of Athens 346(2)
Raphael After 1511 348(5)
Galatea 348(1)
Fire in the Borgo 349(1)
Pope Leo X with Cardinals Giulio de' 350(1)
Medici and Luigi de' Rossi
Transfiguration 351(2)
Domestic Architecture 353(4)
The Villa Madama 353(2)
The Farnese Palace 355(2)
Chapter Seventeen Venice in the Sixteenth 357(28)
Century
Glorgione da Castelfranco 358(6)
Enthroned Madonna with Saints Liberalis 358(3)
and Francis
Tempest 361(1)
Fete Champetre 362(1)
Sleeping Venus 363(1)
Portrait of an Old Woman (Col Tempo) 364(1)
Titian 364(12)
Sacred and Profane Love 365(1)
Assumption of the Virgin 365(3)
The Pesaro Altarpiece 368(1)
Meeting of Bacchus and Ariadne 368(2)
Venus of Urbino 370(1)
Danae 371(1)
Pope Paul III 372(2)
Pieta 374(2)
Later Sixteenth-Century Developments and 376(9)
Mannerist Trends
Tintoretto: Last Supper 376(1)
Vasari and Ridolfi on Women Artists 377(4)
Veronese: Apotheosis of Venice 381(2)
Palladio: Developments in Architecture 383(2)
Chapter Eighteen Michelangelo after 1520 385(31)
and the Transition to Mannerism
Box: Machiavelli 385(1)
Michelangelo: The Medici Chapel 386(4)
Victory 390(2)
Last Judgment 392(2)
Michelangelo's Later Architecture 394(4)
The Vestibule of the Laurentian Library 394(2)
The Campidoglio 396(2)
Towards Mannerism 398(18)
Correggio and Parmigianino 398(6)
Giulio Romano 404(1)
Pontormo 404(4)
Florence under Cosimo I de' Medici 408(5)
Vignola's Il Gesu and Catholic Reform 413(3)
Architecture
Timeline 416(4)
Glossary of Art-Historical and Stylistic Terms 420(4)
Select Bibliography 424(5)
Notes 429(1)
Picture Credits 429(2)
Index 431