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179 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
xiii, 170 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 cm.
  • Director's Foreword-- Acknowledgments-- Preface: Why Caravaggio?-- Introduction-- Part I. Caravaggio in Spanish Naples-- Becoming Caravaggio-- Martyring Saint Andrew-- Caravaggio and the Myth of Naples-- From Court to Cult: Viceregal Patronage in Seventeenth-Century Naples-- Part II. From Naples to Valladolid-- Collecting Caravaggio in Spain-- Painting Caravaggio: Technique and Conservation in the Crucifixion of Saint Andrew-- Authentic Replicas-- Conclusion: Mobility and Stasis in the Art of Caravaggio-- Notes-- Bibliography-- Photo Credits-- The Cleveland Museum of Art Board of Trustees.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781911282242 20180530
Marking a crucial turning point in Caravaggio's life and artistic development, the Crucifixion of Saint Andrew exemplifies the artist's famous tenebristic style, developed during his rise to fame in Rome, and simultaneously signals a new, grittier realism in his work. Inspired both by a Spanish patron and by the urban topography of Naples, a city three times the size of Rome in Caravaggio's day, the Crucifixion of Saint Andrew became a mobile portent of Caravaggio's stylistic revolution when the viceroy brought it with him to Valladolid in 1610. Recounting the complex history of this masterwork and its understudied position in Caravaggio's oeuvre, this book reveals the ways in which the Crucifixion of Saint Andrew functioned first as a devotional aid and subsequently as a harbinger of Caravaggism abroad.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781911282242 20180530
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
xx, 478 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
  • The "Libri di Bottega" : a covert transmission
  • Issues and forms
  • The processes
  • Through the paintings : a few significant examples. Investigations carried out at the Capodimonte Museum in Naples.
In 'Literature and Artistic Practice in the Sixteenth Century' Angela Cerasuolo, art historian and restorer, tracks the technical processes of painting through the cross-analysis of literary texts and works of art. Having traced the critical fortunes of the texts of the authors-Leonardo, Vasari, Armenini, Borghini, Lomazzo-she compares the information on drawing and painting, analysing the specific terminology, and identifying the materials and methods. Central themes of the theoretical debate-'disegno', 'invenzione', the contrast between 'prestezza' and 'diligenza', the 'paragone'-are examined in the light of their relationship with the techniques. On the basis of scientific studies on the technical execution of paintings, works from the Capodimonte Museum, Naples are analysed as case studies.
Green Library

4. Beyond Caravaggio [2016]

208 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
A fascinating examination of Caravaggio and others who adopted his dramatic style of painting The Italian painter known as Caravaggio (1571-1610) claims a place among the most revolutionary figures in the history of art. His intense naturalism, almost brutal realism, and dramatic use of light had a wide impact on European painters, including Orazio Gentileschi, Valentin de Boulogne, and Gerrit van Honthorst. Each of Caravaggio's followers absorbed something different from his work, propagating his stylistic legacy across Europe. In this extensively illustrated catalogue, Letizia Treves introduces the international Caravaggesque movement and traces the distinct artistic personalities of its leading players. Even now, Caravaggio's name overshadows the other talented artists who adopted his approach to narrative painting: the use of theatrical lighting to illuminate a story encapsulated in a single, dramatic moment. Treves explains the innovative and unifying features of these painters' work and how, despite resistance to their style and subject matter, many outstanding Caravaggesque pictures found their way into important collections.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781857096026 20161213
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
xiv, 412 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
60 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm
Accompanying a focused display at The Courtauld Gallery that will bring together for the first time Pieter Bruegel the Elder's only three known grisaille paintings - the Courtauld's Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery (which is barred from travel), The Death of the Virgin from Upton House in Warwickshire (National Trust) and Three Soldiers from the Frick Collection in New York - this book will examine the sources, function and reception of these three exquisite masterpieces. The panels will be complemented by prints and contemporary replicas, as well by other independent grisailles in order to shed light on the development of this genre in Northern Europe. Despite his status as the seminal Netherlandish painter of the 16th century, Pieter Bruegel the Elder (c. 1525-1569) remains an elusive artist: fewer than forty paintings are ascribed to him. Of these, a dozen are cabinet-sized. These small-scale works offer key insights as they often bear a personal significance for the artist and were sometimes given as gifts to friends and patrons. Presenting these works together for the first time is not only an extraordinary and unprecedented opportunity but it will be extremely revealing, considering their unusual nature in both Bruegel's oeuvre and 16th-century art in general. Monochrome painting in shades of grey was a mainstay of Netherlandish art from the early 15th century, most often present on the wings of altarpieces and preparatory sketches for engravings. In contrast, Bruegel's panels constitute one of the earliest and rare examples of independent cabinet pictures in grisaille, created for private contemplation and enjoyment. This seemingly austere type of painting has often been imbued with religious or political significance. On a purely artistic level, it enabled the painter to showcase his skill by limiting his palette. The publication, which includes a technical investigation of the three panels, will provide the opportunity to reassess the practical aspects of the grisaille technique and the many ways in which this effect was achieved. Indeed, Bruegel's three monochromatic paintings display quite different techniques, raising the question of the painter's intent. This is the latest in the series of books accompanying critically acclaimed Courtauld Gallery displays, following on from Collecting Gauguin (2013), Antiquity Unleashed (2013), Richard Serra (2013), A Dialogue with Nature (2014), Bruegel to Freud (2014) and Jonathan Richardson (2015).
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781907372940 20160619
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
xvi, 265 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), map ; 27 cm
  • Contents List of Illustrations Acknowledgments 1 Forging Connections 2 Hands-On Art: Brueghel, Francken, and Habits of Collecting in Rome and Antwerp 3 Small Stories: Brueghel and the Painting of Classical History 4 Genealogy: The Burden of Descent and the Individuality of Style 5 Paradise Regained: Collaboration as the Sociability of Visual Thought Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780271071084 20180319
Unlike the work of his contemporaries Rubens and Caravaggio, who painted on a grand scale, seventeenth-century Flemish painter Jan Brueghel's tiny, detail-filled paintings took their place not in galleries but among touchable objects. This first book-length study of his work investigates how educated beholders valued the experience of refined, miniaturized artworks in Baroque Europe, and how, conversely, Brueghel's distinctive aesthetic set a standard-and a technique-for the production of inexpensive popular images. It has been easy for art historians to overlook the work of Jan Brueghel, Pieter's son. Yet the very qualities of smallness and intimacy that have marginalized him among historians made the younger Brueghel a central figure in the seventeenth-century art world. Elizabeth Honig's thoughtful exploration reveals how his works-which were portable, mobile, and intimate-questioned conceptions of distance, dimension, and style. Honig proposes an alternate form of visuality that allows us to reevaluate how pictures were experienced in seventeenth-century Europe, how they functioned, and how and what they communicated. A monumental examination of an extraordinary artist, Jan Brueghel and the Senses of Scale reconsiders Brueghel's paintings and restores them to their rightful place in history.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780271071084 20180319
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
54 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
  • Portrait of a man with a small dog / Jacopo dal Ponte, dit Bassano
  • Bathsheba at her bath / Massimo Stanzione
  • Erminia carves Tancred's name on a tree / Pier Francesco Mola
  • Saint Jerome / Hendrick de Somer, ou Enrico Fiammingo
  • L'Amore virtuoso or Allegory of the arts / Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, dit Guercino
  • The offering to Venus / Giulio Carpioni
  • Sill life with a basket of fruit and a bottle / Simone del Tintore
  • Still life with a vase and chestnut branches / Simone del Tintore
  • Joy with a turban / Vittore Ghislandi, dit Fra' Galgario
  • The Quaker meeting / Alessandro Magnasco
  • Allegory of a sculpture / Giuseppe Antonio Petrini.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiii, 200 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
  • Introduction: Peasants and pagans
  • The archaeological peasant
  • Hybrid histories
  • Bacchic excess
  • Bruegel's art history
  • Conclusion: Bruegel as history.
"Explores the historical imagination of the late sixteenth-century Netherlandish painter Pieter Bruegel, focusing on the complex interplay of classical antiquity, local history, and art history"--Provided by publisher.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
416 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
536 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color map ; 30 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
335 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps ; 30 cm
The Siglo de Oro, the golden century of Spanish painting, is one of the most fascinating chapters of occidental cultural history. Spanish art reached its pinnacle in the very same century in which what had hitherto been the most powerful country in Europe began to lose its political hegemony. Over the course of the last few years, a number of exhibitions and publications have been dedicated to the great artists of this era, including Velazquez, Murillo and Zurbaran. This publication will not only publicise these artists' masterpieces and one of the most important collections of Spanish paintings in Germany, that of the Gemaldegalerie Berlin. It will also showcase the golden century's art in all its glory and plurality: From El Greco to the idealistic scenes of the triumphant high Baroque style, this volume will provide a nuanced panorama of the Spanish Siglo de Oro. It features reproductions of a total of more than one hundred selected works from international collections, including numerous pieces that are not easily accessible to the general public. The publication's main aim is to provide a comprehensive view of the art production of the country's various cultural centres. It introduces the reader to one of the most important eras of European cultural history, vividly illustrated by masterpieces of painting, sculpture and works on paper.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783777425269 20161213
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
207 pages : color illustrations ; 31 cm
Handsomely designed and produced, this stunning book highlights sensual paintings from the Spanish royal collections of the Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid. Many of the featured artists were court painters under sovereigns whose tastes influenced the art world of the 16th and 17th centuries. This superb selection of twenty-eight paintings includes works by Jan Breughel, Guercino, Peter Paul Rubens, Titian, and Diego Velazquez. Included is Titian's Reclining Venus with Cupid and a Musician, probably painted by the artist for Charles V, and several works by Rubens, who painted a considerable number of works for the Spanish court. Informative catalogue entries accompany an essay by Javier Portus on the Spanish royal taste in collecting and the role of painting within European politics of the day and a contemporary response to understanding the nude in Renaissance and Baroque painting by Jill Burke.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780300218749 20161128
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
64 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 35 cm
Titian was the most important Venetian artist of the sixteenth century. His paintings are among the most-admired works in collections and museums worldwide. This volume shows for the first time a sensational find: his early painting "The Grimani Risen Christ", which was in the possession of one of the most important family collections in Venice. Christ stands on the tomb like an emperor of Antiquity. An impressive scene, but it is not only the pose which captivates the viewer. The spectacular element lies in the boldness with which the dramatic Easter morning sky in the background is represented. This detail demonstrates the genius with which Titian exploited the colours and their full potential: "In this spectacular detail, the medium of paint is exploited to its highest potential. It is as if the light embodies a supernatural energy causing the shroud to billow and Christ's pennant to flutter." In addition it has been possible to penetrate to the origins of the picture. It was in the possession of the Grimanis, one of the most illustrious patrician families and the most important collectors in Venice at the time.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783777426396 20160912
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
xiii, 420 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780197265840 20160619
This book is the first major essay volume in over a decade to focus on Tudor and Jacobean painting. Its interdisciplinary approach reflects the dynamic state of research in the field, utilising a range of methodologies in order to answer key art historical questions about the production and consumption of art in Britain in the 16th and early 17th century. The introduction sets the tone for the interdisciplinary approach that is taken throughout the volume .It brings together a discussion of the context for the production of painted images in Tudor and Jacobean England with a selection of technical images of twenty paintings that span the period and demonstrate the information that can be gained from material analysis of paintings. In further chapters, leading exponents of painting conservation and conservation science discuss the material practices of the period, using and explaining a range of analytical techniques, such as infrared reflectography and dendochronology. Questions of authorship and aspects of workshop practice are also discussed. As well as looking at specific artists and their studios, the authors take a broader view in order to capture information about the range of artistic production during the period, stretching from the production of medieval rood screens to the position of heraldic painters. The final section of the book addresses artistic patronage, from the commissioning of works by kings and courtiers, to the regional networks that developed during the period and the influence of a developing antiquarianism on the market for paintings. The book is lavishly illustrated in colour throughout, with reproductions of whole paintings and many details selected to amplify the text. It will be an essential source for those working in the fields of art history, conservation and material science, and of interest to lovers of British Tudor and Stuart painting.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780197265840 20160619
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
x, 452 pages, 30 pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
  • Vorwort der Reihenherausgeber
  • Dank der Herausgeber
  • Überlegungen zur frühen Genrekunst
  • Zur Einführung : Bauern, Bäder und Bordelle?, oder : Was soll uns die frühe Genremalerei sagen? / Jürgen Müller, Birgit Ulrike Münch
  • Die Welt als Bordell : Überlegungen zur Genremalerei Jan van Amstels / Jürgen Müller
  • Genremalerei im Theoriediskurs und die 'Schwingungsweiten' der Gattung mit Blick auf die 'Melkmeid' des Lucas van Leyden / Birgit Ulrike Münch
  • Der Niemand vor Bruegel / Christopher P. Heuer
  • Die frühe Genremalerei und ihr 'theologischer Gehalt'
  • Pro remedio animae : Works of Mercy as Therapeutic Genre / Mitchell B. Merback
  • Lucas van Leyden's 'Toothdrawer', 1523 : Passion play merchant scenes and the religious origins of quack depictions / M A Katritzky, Milton Keynes
  • Höfische versus städtische Räume der Genremalerei
  • Der Betrachter als Beute : das Genre der Jagdmotivik als christliche und politische Standortbestimmung in einem Holzschnitt Jörg Breus d.J. von 1535 / Wolf Seiter
  • Jagd im Bild : Kultur und Darstellung herrschaftlicher Jagdausübung im spätmittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Frankreich zwischen Prunk und Performanz / Maike Schmidt
  • Genremotive im mittelalterlichen Hausbuch : Aneignungen der Ikonographie von Kunst und Philosophie im burgundisch-deutschen Kunsttransfer / Ulrike Heinrichs
  • Alltägliches im Ereignis : Fremdes im Eigenen : Zigeunergenre bei Burgkmair, van Leyden und Bruegel / Peter Bell
  • Das Privathaus als Erlebnisraum : Wandmalerei und material culture der Genrekunst
  • Die Bedeutung des Themenkreises 'Haus' in der profanen Wandmalerei des Spätmittelalters für die Genese der Genremalerei / Harald Wolter-von dem Knesebeck
  • Bauer, Dirne, Fußknecht : zu Dürers frühen Genremotiven und der Kultur der Nürnberger Tafelaufsätze / Thomas Schauerte
  • "Ain ieder moerck mit vleysz hiebey" : Genremotive auf bemalten Tischplatten als pädagogisches Instrument / Justus Lange
  • Wahre Liebe versus Liebe als Ware : Sexualität und Geschlechterbeziehung zwischen Minne, Bad und Bordell
  • Konversationsstücke des 15. Jahrhunderts : Überlegungen zu einigen Minnegarten-Stichen um Meister E.S. vor dem Hintergrund literarischer Minnediskurse der Zeit / Stefan Matter
  • Das kunsttheoretische Bordell : Metamalerei bei Jan van Hemessen / Bertram Kaschek
  • Zwischen Obszönität und Ideal : Überlegungen zu zwei Badedarstellungen der Beham-Brüder / Jan-David Mentzel
  • Augenlust versus innere Schau : Verlockung und Verderbnis in lasziv-genrehaften Bildfindungen an der Schwelle zur Neuzeit / Barbara Katja Kemmer
  • Kurzbiografien
  • Orts- und Personenregister
  • Farbtafeln.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
202 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 32 cm
The art of portraiture really flourished during the Renaissance. The individual was given a place in society and wealthy citizens were keen to have their portrait painted. This is an exhibition of 50 portraits from the 16th century by masters such as Quentin Metsys, Joos van Cleve and Joachim Beuckelaer. They immortalised their contemporaries in astonishingly deft and extremely detailed, almost photorealistic paintings. These portraits were painted in the main centres of the Netherlands and often had a different role to play.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
78 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
94 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
125 pages, XX pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)


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