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Art and love in Renaissance Italy

Autore: Andrea Bayer; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.); Kimbell Art Museum.; et al
Editore: New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art ; New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2008.
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"Many famous artworks of the Italian Renaissance were made to celebrate love, marriage, and family. They were the pinnacles of a tradition, dating from early in the era, of commemorating betrothals, marriages, and the birth of children by commissioning extraordinary objects - maiolica, glassware, jewels, textiles, paintings - that were often also exchanged as gifts. This volume is the first comprehensive survey of  Per saperne di più…
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Genere/forma: Exhibition catalogs
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Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Online version:
Art and love in Renaissance Italy.
New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art ; New Haven : Yale University Press, c2008
(OCoLC)737616043
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Andrea Bayer; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.); Kimbell Art Museum.; et al
ISBN: 9781588393005 ) 1588393003 (metropolitan museum of art (hc)) 9781588393012 (metropolitan museum of art (pb)) 1588393011 (metropolitan museum of art (pb)) 9780300124118 (yale university press (hc)) 0300124112 (yale university press (hc)
Numero OCLC: 225875831
Note: Issued in connection with an exhibition held at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Nov. 11, 2008-Feb. 16, 2009, and Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Mar. 15-June 14, 2009.
Descrizione: xv, 376 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 32 cm.
Contenuti: Introduction: art and love in Renaissance Italy / Andrea Bayer --
Marriage as a key to understanding the past / Deborah L. Krohn --
The marriage portrait in the Renaissance, or some woman named Ginevra / Everett Fahy --
Wives, lovers, and art in Italian Renaissance courts / Jacqueline Marie Musacchio --
"Rapture to the greedy eyes": profane love in the Renaissance / Linda Wolk-Simon --
CATALOGUE. Commemorating betrothal, marriage, and childbirth --
Rites of passage: art objects to celebrate betrothal, marriage, and the family / Deborah L. Krohn --
Maiolica of love and marriage --
Belle Donne, facing couples, and Fede --
The cruelty of love: Amor Crudel --
Marriage glassware --
Gifts and furnishings for the home --
Cassone panels and chests --
Manuscripts and books and the rituals of love and marriage --
Childbirth and family --
Profane love: the challenge of sexuality / James Grantham Turner --
Paintings --
Drawings --
Books and prints --
Maiolica --
Bronzes --
Accessories --
The paintings of love and marriage --
From Cassone to Poesia: paintings of love and marriage / Andrea Bayer --
Picturing the perfect marriage: the equilibrium of sense and sensibility in Titian's Sacred and Profane Love / Beverly Louise Brown --
Belle: picturing beautiful women / Luke Syson --
Betrothal and marriage --
Family --
Widows --
The Camera: Spalliere and other paintings --
Illustrious women --
Belle Donne --
Mythologies and allegories.
Responsabilità: edited by Andrea Bayer ; Andrea Bayer ... [et al.] ; with contributions by Sarah Cartwright ... [et al.].

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Many famous Italian Renaissance artworks were made to celebrate love and marriage. This book examines a range of works to which Renaissance rituals of love and marriage gave rise and makes a major  Per saperne di più…

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