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Art of the Renaissance bronze, 1500-1650

Author: Anthony Radcliffe; Nicholas Penny
Publisher: London : Philip Wilson : Distributed by I.B. Tauris, 2004.
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Details with photographs and explanations of each piece found in the private collection of Robert H. Smith renaissance bronzes.
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
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Radcliffe, Anthony.
Art of the Renaissance bronze, 1500-1650.
London : Philip Wilson : Distributed by I.B. Tauris, 2004
(OCoLC)607585999
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Radcliffe; Nicholas Penny
ISBN: 0856675903 9780856675904
OCLC Number: 56645986
Description: 312 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Forward / by Cyril Humphris --
Preface / by Robert H. Smith --
Introduction / by Nicholas Penny --
Acknowledgements / by Anthony Radcliffe --
part one: Bronze objects made for use --
Hand-bell / Pietro di Gaspare Campanario --
Hand-bell / workshop of the Grandi family --
Pricket candlestick / Panduan workshop, second quarter of sixteenth century --
Four tortoises / Zanobi Lastricati --
Presentation mortar / foundry of Casper Dietrich --
Hand-bell / Netherland foundry, 1558 --
Oil lamp, Italian, sixteenth century --
Oil lamp, Italian, sixteenth century --
Ewer / Guiseppe de Levis --
Miniature cannon / Orazio Antonio Alberghetti --
part two: The revival of the antique bronze statuette --
The young Hercules resting, north Italian, late fifteenth century --
Spinario / workshop of Severo Calzetta da Ravenna --
Seated nymph / Antico --
Pacing stallion / workshop of Severo Calzetta de Ravenna --
part three: New developments in Venice --
Minerva / Alessandro Vittoria --
Hercules / Francesco Segala --
Astronomy ; The Four elements / Niccolò Roccatagliata --
Prometheus / Tiziano Aspetti --
part four: New developments in Florence and north of the Alps --
Neptune / Baccio Bandinelli --
Theseus slaying the centaur Bienor ; Hercules Pomarius / Willem Danielsz. van Tetrode --
Minerva (Pallas) / Johann Gregor van der Schardt --
Saturn devouring one of his sons / Pietro Francavilla
Responsibility: Anthony Radcliffe and Nicholas Penny ; with contributions by Marietta Camberari and Fabio Barry and an essay on technique by Shelley Sturman.
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