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History of Italian Renaissance art : painting, sculpture, architecture / Frederick Hartt, David G. Wilkins.

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Author/Creator:
Hartt, Frederick.
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Imprint:
7th ed. - Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, c2011.
Format:
  • Book
  • 736 p. : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 30 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 700-715) and index.
Contents:
  • Preface Chapter 1 PRELUDE: ITALY AND ITALIAN ART 16 Representing This World 17 The Role of Antiquity 18 The Cities 20 The Guilds and the Status of the Artist 24 The Artist at Work 25 The Products of the Painter's Bottega 25 The Practice of Drawing 27 The Practice of Painting 28 The Practice of Sculpture 33 The Practice of Architecture 34 Printmaking in the Renaissance 36 The Practice of History 36 The Practice of Art History: Giorgio Vasari 37 PART ONE: THE LATE MIDDLE AGES Chapter 2 DUECENTO ART IN TUSCANY AND ROME 40 Painting in Pisa 42 Painting in Lucca 44 Painting in Florence 45 Painting in Rome 53 Sculpture 57 Architecture 64 Chapter 3 FLORENTINE ART OF THE EARLY TRECENTO 72 Giotto 73 Florentine Painters after Giotto 95 Sculpture 100 Chapter 4 SIENESE ART OF THE EARLY TRECENTO 102 Duccio 103 Simone Martini 110 Pietro Lorenzetti 119 Ambrogio Lorenzetti 122 Orvieto Cathedral 128 The Master of the Triumph of Death 134 Chapter 5 LATER GOTHIC ART IN TUSCANY AND NORTHERN ITALY 136 Mid-Trecento Art in Florence 138 Late Gothic Painting and the International Style 145 Painting and Sculpture in Northern Italy 149 PART TWO: THE QUATTROCENTO Chapter 6 THE RENAISSANCE BEGINS: ARCHITECTURE 158 The Role of the Medici Family 160 Filippo Brunelleschi and Linear Perspective 161 The Dome of Florence Cathedral 164 The Ospedale degli Innocenti 168 Brunelleschi's Sacristy for San Lorenzo 170 San Lorenzo and Santo Spirito 170 Santa Maria degli Angeli 173 The Pazzi Chapel 174 The Medici Palace and Michelozzi di Bartolommeo 174 Chapter 7 TRANSITIONS IN TUSCAN SCULPTURE 180 The Competition Panels 181 Ghiberti to 1425 183 Donatello to 1420 188 Nanni di Banco 193 Donatello (c. 1420 to c. 1435) 196 Jacopo della Quercia 199 Chapter 8 TRANSITIONS IN FLORENTINE PAINTING 202 Gentile da Fabriano 203 Masolino and Masaccio 206 Popular Devotion and Prints 220 Chapter 9 THE HERITAGE OF MASACCIO: FRA ANGELICO AND FRA FILIPPO LIPPI 222 Fra Angelico 224 Fra Filippo Lippi 232 Chapter 10 FLORENTINE ARCHITECTURE AND SCULPTURE, c. 1430--1455 238 Alberti 239 Ghiberti after 1425 249 Luca della Robbia 251 Donatello (c. 1433 to c. 1455) 254 Florentine Tomb Sculpture 261 The Portrait Bust 261 Chapter 11 FLORENTINE PAINTING AT MID-CENTURY 262 Paolo Uccello 263 Domenico Veneziano 267 Andrea del Castagno 271 Piero della Francesca 278 Chapter 12 ART IN FLORENCE UNDER THE MEDICI I 294 Donatello after 1453 298 Desiderio da Settignano 302 The Chapel of the Cardinal of Portugal 303 Benedetto and Giuliano da Maiano 306 Giuliano da Sangallo 309 Benozzo Gozzoli 312 Baldovinetti and Pesellino 313 Chapter 13 ART IN FLORENCE UNDER THE MEDICI II 318 Antonio del Pollaiuolo 320 Andrea del Verrocchio 327 Renaissance Cassoni 331 Alessandro Botticelli 332 Filippino Lippi 347 Domenico del Ghirlandaio 350 Piero di Cosimo 356 Chapter 14 THE RENAISSANCE IN CENTRAL ITALY 358 Siena 359 Sassetta 361 Domenico di Bartolo 362 Matteo di Giovanni 364 Vecchietta 364 Francesco di Giorgio 365 Neroccio de' Landi 367 Perugia 369 Perugino 369 Pintoricchio 374 Melozzo da ForlA-- 376 The Laurana Brothers and Urbino 378 Naples 384 Luca Signorelli 385 Chapter 15 GOTHIC AND RENAISSANCE IN VENICE AND NORTHERN ITALY 388 Pisanello 389 Early Quattrocento Art and Architecture in Venice 393 Jacopo Bellini 395 Andrea Mantegna 397 Mantegna and Isabella d'Este 408 Gentile Bellini 411 Antonello da Messina 412 Giovanni Bellini 415 Vittore Carpaccio 421 Carlo Crivelli 425 Venetian Fabrics 426 Venetian Publishing 426 Late Quattrocento Sculpture and Architecture in Venice 428 Late Quattrocento Art in Milan 433 Vincenzo Foppa 433 Filarete 433 Quattrocento Painting in Ferrara 434 North Italian Terra-Cotta Sculpture 440 PART THREE: THE CINQUECENTO Chapter 16 THE ORIGINS OF THE HIGH RENAISSANCE 442 Leonardo da Vinci 443 Michelangelo to 1505 469 Raphael in Perugia and Florence 480 Fra Bartolommeo 484 Chapter 17 THE HIGH RENAISSANCE IN ROME 486 Donato Bramante 489 Michelangelo 1505 to 1516 496 Raphael in Rome 515 Chapter 18 NEW DEVELOPMENTS c. 1520--50 542 Michelangelo 1516 to 1533 544 Andrea del Sarto 555 Pontormo 558 Rosso Fiorentino 563 Perino del Vaga 565 Domenico Beccafumi 567 Properzia de' Rossi 570 Correggio 572 Parmigianino 577 Pordenone 580 Antonio da Sangallo the Elder and the Younger 581 Baldassare Peruzzi 586 Giulio Romano 586 Chapter 19 HIGH AND LATE RENAISSANCE IN VENICE AND ON THE MAINLAND 590 Giorgione 592 Titian 596 Lorenzo Lotto 613 Tullio Lombardo 616 Painting in Northern Italy 617 Tintoretto 624 Paolo Veronese 632 Jacopo Bassano 639 Michele Sanmicheli 639 Jacopo Sansovino 641 Andrea Palladio 643 Alessandro Vittoria 647 Chapter 20 THE LATE SIXTEENTH CENTURY 648 Michelangelo after 1534 649 Art at the Medici Court 660 Benvenuto Cellini 662 Bartolommeo Ammanati 665 Giovanni Bologna 667 Agnolo Bronzino and Francesco Salviati 669 Later Ceramic Production 674 Giorgio Vasari and the Studiolo 676 Developments Elsewhere 681 Giuseppe Arcimboldo 681 Lavinia Fontana 682 Giacomo da Vignola and Giacomo della Porta 683 Federico Barocci 687 Fede Galizia 689 Caravaggio 689 Sixtus V and the Urban Plan of Rome 691 Glossary 692 Bibliography 700 Locating Works of Renaissance Art 715 Index 716 Photo Credits 735 Literary Credits 736.
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Publisher's Summary:
For survey courses in Italian Renaissance art. A broad survey of art and architecture in Italy between c. 1250 and 1600, this book approaches the works from the point of view of the artist as individual creator and as an expression of the city within which the artist was working. History of Italian Renaissance Art, Seventh Edition, brings you an updated understanding of this pivotal period as it incorporates new research and current art historical thinking, while also maintaining the integrity of the story that Frederick Hartt first told so enthusiastically many years ago. Choosing to retain Frederick Hartt's traditional framework, David Wilkins' incisive revisions keep the book fresh and up-to-date.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Contributor:
Wilkins, David G.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780205705818
0205705812
9780205707973
0205707971

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