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Painting, power, and patronage

Bram Kempers

Painting, power, and patronage

the rise of the professional artist in the Italian renaissance

by Bram Kempers

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Published by Penguin Books in London, England .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy.
    • Subjects:
    • Art patronage -- Italy,
    • Art and state -- Italy,
    • Art, Italian,
    • Art, Renaissance -- Italy

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [373]-389) and index.

      StatementBram Kempers ; translated from the Dutch by Beverly Jackson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN5273 .K4613 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination401 p. :
      Number of Pages401
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL873978M
      ISBN 100140124888
      LC Control Number95159908

      about other artist, the book provides us with a very in-depth and personal look into the growth and gradual independence of the artists over this particular period and their changing relationship with the patrons of the age. Painting, Power and Patronage: The Rise of the. Social Change and Continuity in Renaissance Europe The Popolo Grosso: Patronage, Social Status, and Political Power For the noble and wealthy merchant-banker popolo grosso families, artistic patronage was a means of achieving and maintaining social status and political power in a society where there was a strict social Size: KB.

      Long obfuscated by modern definitions of historical evidence and art patronage, Lucrezia Tornabuoni de’ Medici’s impact on the visual world of her time comes to light in this book, the first full-length scholarly argument for a lay woman’s contributions to the visual arts of fifteenth-century Florence. This book traces the rich history of the northern Italian city of Mantua from its mythic origins described in Dante s "Inferno" to its cultural heyday during the Renaissance (under the patronage of the powerful Gonzaga family), and to its eventual decline and annexation by the Austro-Hungarian Range: $44 - $1,

      After five years of research, Marcia B. Hall’s latest exploration of color in European painting is here. Yale University Press has published The Power of Color: Five Centuries of European Painting, a sequel of sorts to her book, Color and Meaning, which explored color in the Renaissance.. This time, Hall’s research carries the reader on a journey that reaches into the 20th century.   This book traces the rich history of the northern Italian city of Mantua, from its mythic origins in Dante's Inferno, to its cultural heyday during the Renaissance under the patronage of the powerful Gonzaga family, to its eventual decline and annexation by the Austro-Hungarian : Barbara Furlotti.


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Popes, cardinals and friars --A new system of panel paintings --A far-flung and diversified network of patrons --The formation and structure of a city-state --The cathedral --The town hall: seat of power, seat of patronage --The profession of painting --The professionalization of painters in Florence --Patronage: commissions and negotiations.

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Painting, power and patronage The rise of the professional artist in Renaissance Italy. Bram KempersAs new. Hardback. Colour book jacket in good condition. Black and white illustrationsBram Kempers presents the period of the Renaissance as a process of.

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