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Fri Mar 21 17:10:57 2014 UTClccn-n790297860.23Great artists of the Italian Renaissance0.580.97Giorgione a Padova : l'enigma del carro /39385864Giorgionen 79029786263450Barbarelli, GiorgioBarbarelli, Giorgio, 1477-1510Barbarelli, Giorgio, 1477-1511Barbarelli, Giorgio 1478-1510Barbarelli, Giorgio, ca. 1477-1510Barbarelli, Giorgio, dit GiorgioneCastel Franco, Georgius da 1478-1510Castel Franco, Giorgione 1478-1510Castelfrancho, Zorzi daCastelfrancho Zorzi da 1477?-1510Castelfranco, Giorgio da.Castelfranco Giorgio da 1477?-1510Castelfranco, Giorgio da 1478-1510CastelFranco, Giorgione 1478-1510Castelfranco, Giorgione daCastelfranco, Zorzi daCastelfranco, Zorzi da, 1477-1511Castelfranco, Zorzi da, detto Giorgione, 1477-1511Castelfranco, Zorzo daCastelfranco Zorzo da 1477?-1510Cavaglier GeorgioneDa Castelfranco, GiorgioDa Castelfranco Giorgio 1477?-1510Da Castelfranco, GiorgioneDzhordzhoneDzhordzhone, 1477-1511Dzhordzhone 1478-1510Džoržone da Kastel'franko.GeorgeonGeorgeoniaGeorges GiorgionGeorginiGeorgioneGeorgioniGeorgius da Castel Franco 1478-1510GeorgoneGeorgoniGiogoneGiorgineGiorgine, ca. 1477-1510GiorgioGiorgio BarbarelliGiorgio Barbarelli, ca 1477-1510Giorgio Barbarelli GiorgioneGiorgio da CastelfrancoGiorgio, da Castelfranco, 1477-1510Giorgio, da Castelfranco, 1477-1511Giorgio da Castelfranco 1478-1510Giorgio da Castelfranco 1478-1510 Wirklicher NameGiorgio, da Castelfranco, ca. 1477-1510Giorgio, di Castelfranco, 1477-1510GiorgionGiorgion di CastelfrancoGiorgioneGiorgione, 1477-1511Giorgione da CastelfrancoGiorgione, da Castelfranco, 1477-1511Giorgione da Castelfranco 1478-1510Giorgione del Castel-francoGiorgione di Castel FrancoGiorgione di CastelfrancoGiorgione, Giorgio BarbarelliGiorgione, Giorgio Barbarelli 1478-1510Giorgione, Giorgio Barbarelli, known asGiorgione, Giorgio Barbarelli, known as, 1477-1511Giorgione, Giorgio, da Castelfranco, 1477-1511GiorgioniGiorgioni di CastelfrancoGiorgoneGiorgoniGorgioneGorgione del Castel-francoGorgioniGorgoneJorge del Castel FrancoJorjion de CastelfrancoKastel'franko, Džoržone da.Vedelago, Zorzi daZorziZorzi, 1477-1510Zorzi, 1477-1511Zorzi da CastelfranchoZorzi da Castelfrancho 1477?-1510Zorzi da Castelfrancho, 1477-1511Zorzi da CastelfrancoZorzi, da Castelfranco, detto Giorgione, 1477-1511Zorzi da VedelagoZorzoZorzo, 1477-1511Zorzo 1478-1510Zorzo da CastelfrancoZorzo da Castelfranco 1477?-1510Zorzo da Castelfranco, 1477-1511ZorzonZorzon, 1477-1511ジェルジョーネジョルジオーネジョルジョーネlccn-n79063915Pignatti, Terisio1920-2004edtlccn-n50014717Zampetti, Pietroedtlccn-n79074519Titianapproximately 1488-1576illlccn-n79115540Venturi, Lionello1885-1961lccn-n50000558Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da1573-1610lccn-n79043160Manet, Édouard1832-1883lccn-n79055446Cézanne, Paul1839-1906lccn-n79139518Settis, Salvatoreauilccn-n97070788Baldass, Ludwig1887-1963lccn-n88076041Heinz, GüntherGiorgione1477-1511Criticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsExhibition catalogsHistoryPictorial worksBiographyGiorgione,Cézanne, Paul,Manet, Édouard,Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da,Titian,ItalyItaly--VeniceTempest (Giorgione)Art, ItalianPiero,--della Francesca,Art, RenaissanceArtDrawing, RenaissancePainting, ItalianMichelangelo Buonarroti,Raphael,Bellini, Giovanni,Art, High RenaissanceArt, GothicLippi, Filippo,Art, Early RenaissanceBotticelli, Sandro,Angelico,--fra,Ghiberti, Lorenzo,Donatello,Christian art and symbolismRobbia, Luca della,Lippi, Filippino,Masaccio,Brunelleschi, Filippo,Antonello,--da Messina,Leonardo,--da Vinci,Mantegna, Andrea,Alberti, Leon Battista,Bernini, Gian Lorenzo,SculptureItaly--Castelfranco VenetoPainting, RenaissanceVeronese,Tintoretto,Painters--InfluenceArt--PhilosophyMural painting and decoration, ItalianMural painting and decoration, RenaissanceItaly--PaduaInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)PaintingPhidias,Art and scienceArtists147715101554156016841695172918031811181618521856185718601869187418781879188018811884188518941898190019011903190419051907190819091910191119121913191419191920192119221924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419361937193819391941194219431944194519471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112013179335881215759.5ND623.G5ocn634209260ocn314628740ocn698588182ocn315250080ocn074599917ocn312601878ocn315581324ocn612120417ocn767909082ocn699997665ocn799690331ocn799329564ocn797093983ocn797106190ocn800035016ocn755100000ocn444578839ocn441862138ocn781320312ocn440603219ocn710015438ocn720434270ocn720757017ocn722276673ocn006912916ocn258269399ocn258017544ocn797571825ocn797116973ocn797524794ocn185809746ocn763054285ocn693094210ocn693094160ocn693094267ocn7630542852925ocn056539006book20030.70GiorgioneGiorgione : myth and enigmaCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs+-+22136493332463ocn000855999book19140.70Norton, RichardBernini, and other studies in the history of artCriticism, interpretation, etc17946ocn034982920book19100.66GiorgioneGiorgioneCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsPictorial works1056ocn005486470book19780.93GiorgioneGiorgione, 1478-1978 : guida alla mostra I tempi di Giorgione : Castelfranco VenetoExhibition catalogs9624ocn042617173book19550.50Pignatti, TerisioGiorgione"Giorgione is regarded as one of the preeminent, but most elusive artists in Venice at the turn of the sixteenth century. He is the subject of myth and hot critical debate, and few works can be attributed to him with any certainty. Yet, it is known that his master was Giovanni Bellini, and that he painted in the Doge's palace in Venice, and collaborated with Titian on frescoes outside the Fondaco dei Tedeschi. It is suggested that Giorgione was the superior of the two, and that Titian's work showed the influence of Giorgione for the rest of his career. This beautiful volume offers a timely critical reassessment of the artist's life and work, accompanied by high-quality reproductions showing the details of his style and iconography." "This is a valuable book for every Renaissance scholar and admirer of Venetian painting."--BOOK JACKET+-+3757732935912ocn017432602book19870.84Hornig, ChristianGiorgiones SpätwerkCriticism, interpretation, etc6510ocn797259825book19680.70GiorgioneL'opera completa di Giorgione625ocn464742440book20090.86Dal Pozzolo, Enrico MariaGiorgioneCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsQuesta monografia delinea l'ambiente e i riferimenti culturali del pittore tra la fine del Quattrocento e il primo decennio del Cinquecento, focalizzando l'attenzione sul "sistema" attorno al quale si doveva muovere questo straordinario maestro. Oltre ai capolavori di Giorgione provenienti dai maggiori musei italiani ed esteri (dall'Ermitage di San Pietroburgo agli Uffizi di Firenze, dalla National Gallery di Londra alla Galleria Borghese e Palazzo Venezia a Roma, dal Louvre di Parigi alla Pinacoteca Ambrosiana di Milano), il volume prende in esame le opere di Giovanni Bellini, Albrecht Dürer, Lorenzo Costa, Perugino, Cima da Conegliano, Palma il Vecchio, Vincenzo Catena fino ai due "eccellenti suoi creati" Sebastiano del Piombo e Tiziano. Exhibition: Museo Casa Giorgione, Castelfranco Veneto, 12 December 2009-11 April 2010+-+7655869133596ocn300615487book19710.56GiorgioneTout l'oeuvre peint de Giorgione572ocn028036441book19930.88Le Siècle de Titien : l'âge d'or de la peinture à Venise5617ocn007996696book19000.70Fiocco, GiuseppeGiorgione563ocn231865153book19960.73GiorgioneGiorgione : peintre de la "brièveté poétique" : catalogue raisonnéCatalogscatalogue raisonné564ocn237133448book20060.50Eller, Wolfgang LGiorgione : Werkverzeichnis : Rätsel und LösungCatalogs+-+8176310138553ocn032819843book19930.93Martin, GiulianoGiorgione : negli affreschi di CastelfrancoCriticism, interpretation, etc514ocn038616120book19790.33Pignatti, TerisioGiorgione : Werk und WirkungCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogs472ocn026476373book19910.86Cioci, FrancescoLa "Tempesta" interpretata dieci anni dopoCriticism, interpretation, etc473ocn680593716book20100.97Giorgione a Padova : l'enigma del carroExhibition catalogs4515ocn000884256book19550.76GiorgioneGiorgione454ocn007055244book19680.33GiorgioneThe complete paintings of Giorgione411ocn027728854book19910.79Pleynet, MarcelinGiorgione et les deux Vénus : plaisir à "La Tempête"Criticism, interpretation, etc155517ocn000131388book19550.50Pignatti, TerisioGiorgione"Giorgione is regarded as one of the preeminent, but most elusive artists in Venice at the turn of the sixteenth century. He is the subject of myth and hot critical debate, and few works can be attributed to him with any certainty. Yet, it is known that his master was Giovanni Bellini, and that he painted in the Doge's palace in Venice, and collaborated with Titian on frescoes outside the Fondaco dei Tedeschi. It is suggested that Giorgione was the superior of the two, and that Titian's work showed the influence of Giorgione for the rest of his career. This beautiful volume offers a timely critical reassessment of the artist's life and work, accompanied by high-quality reproductions showing the details of his style and iconography." "This is a valuable book for every Renaissance scholar and admirer of Venetian painting."--BOOK JACKET+-+375773293585812ocn001024588book19560.53Venturi, LionelloFour steps toward modern art: Giorgione, Caravaggio, Manet, CézanneHistory+-+45539786853248055ocn000174728book19640.53Baldass, LudwigGiorgione6774ocn000372604book19680.33GiorgioneThe complete paintings of Giorgione65910ocn000547961book19610.37GiorgioneAll the paintings of GiorgioneCatalogsLittle is known about the life of Giorgione and any study of his work is further complicated by the fact that no signed paintings exist. His working life spanned a period of only twelve to fifteen years (he died aged about thirty-four), and this helps to explain the disconcerting variety of opinions about his work. For this reason, Luigi Coletti, the author of this book, has attempted to reconstruct the painter's artistic development on the basis of the few essential elements which can be deduced from his paintings5646ocn037369380book19970.56Anderson, JaynieGiorgione : the painter of 'poetic brevity' : including catalogue raisonnéCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogs+-+79918653573245403ocn020628193book19890.66Settis, SalvatoreGiorgione's Tempest : interpreting the hidden subjectCriticism, interpretation, etcThe Tempestis Giorgione's most enigmatic painting. It is a depiction of Giorgione's own family, of the "family of man" tale from Boccaccio, or of the myth of Apollo's birth? In this remarkable study, Salvatore Settis uses the mystery of the painting to shed light on the relationship between artist, patron, work, and critic. The result is a brilliant piece of detective work in the history and sociology of culture that stresses the function of Giorgione's art for the emerging, classically educated connoisseur elite of sixteenth-century Venice+-+68439217753243805ocn000031513book19010.56Stearns, Frank PrestonFour great Venetians; an account of the lives and works of Giorgione, Titian, Tintoretto, and Il Veronese3723ocn013423766book19860.73Wethey, Harold ETitian and his drawings : with reference to Giorgione and some close contemporariesCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogs3672ocn000420365book19370.59Phillips, DuncanThe leadership of Giorgione2681ocn056521874visu20040.23Kloss, WilliamGreat artists of the Italian RenaissanceThirty-six lectures of thirty minutes each by William Kloss, independent art historian with Smithsonian Associates, the Smithsonian Institution. These lectures cover the art historical periods known as the Early Renaissance and the High Renaissance, which extended from about 1400 to about 1520. No era of artistic achievement is as renowned as the Renaissance, and no country holds a higher place in that period than Italy. The supreme works created in Florence, Rome, Venice, and other Italian cities by such masters as Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian have never been equaled and have established a canon of beauty that pervades Western culture to this day. In this artist-centered survey, many works are explored in considerable depth, while also examining hundreds of different paintings and sculptures by scores of different artists2564ocn000511053book19490.70Stokes, AdrianArt and science a study of Alberti, Piero della Francesca and Giorgione2503ocn001168302book19680.70GiorgioneL'opera completa di Giorgione2329ocn001527075book19000.73Cook, Herbert FrederickGiorgione2076ocn000411149book19410.70Fiocco, GiuseppeGiorgione2016ocn003124956book19080.84Justi, LudwigGiorgione1933ocn406157890book20090.86Dal Pozzolo, Enrico MariaGiorgioneCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsQuesta monografia delinea l'ambiente e i riferimenti culturali del pittore tra la fine del Quattrocento e il primo decennio del Cinquecento, focalizzando l'attenzione sul "sistema" attorno al quale si doveva muovere questo straordinario maestro. Oltre ai capolavori di Giorgione provenienti dai maggiori musei italiani ed esteri (dall'Ermitage di San Pietroburgo agli Uffizi di Firenze, dalla National Gallery di Londra alla Galleria Borghese e Palazzo Venezia a Roma, dal Louvre di Parigi alla Pinacoteca Ambrosiana di Milano), il volume prende in esame le opere di Giovanni Bellini, Albrecht Dürer, Lorenzo Costa, Perugino, Cima da Conegliano, Palma il Vecchio, Vincenzo Catena fino ai due "eccellenti suoi creati" Sebastiano del Piombo e Tiziano. Exhibition: Museo Casa Giorgione, Castelfranco Veneto, 12 December 2009-11 April 2010+-+76558691331837ocn003603349book19550.76GiorgioneGiorgione17815ocn003798081book19630.66GiorgioneGiorgioneCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsPictorial works1655ocn001896278book19370.86Richter, George MartinGiorgio da Castelfranco, called GiorgioneBiography+-+2213649333+-+2213649333Fri Mar 21 16:05:59 EDT 2014batch45985