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The controversy of Renaissance art

著者: Alexander Nagel
出版商: Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, ©2011.
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Starting in the 1490s, Italy passed through a phase of religious conflict, one that anticipated and ran parallel to the Reformations of northern Europe. A season of controversy put religious images newly under scrutiny, provoking radical investigations into their modes and traditions. Could they reliably convey sacred truth and power, adn if so, how? Was the artist a transmitter or an interpreter, or both? Did  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Nonfiction
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所有的著者/提供者: Alexander Nagel
ISBN: 9780226567723 0226567729
OCLC号码: 457149583
描述: xi, 358 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
内容: Effects of estrangement --
Erasure, defacement, unmasking --
Excavations of the image --
Re-mediations of the altarpiece --
Animated statues --
The antique statue of Christ --
Avatars of the golden calf in the works of Andrea Riccio --
Architecture as image --
The tabernacle in the matrix --
The most abstract altarpiece of the Italian Renaissance.
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A study of the controversies over religious images that pervaded Italian life both before and parallel to the Reformation north of the Alps.  再读一些...

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"Alexander Nagel's account of the underappreciated radicality of Renaissance aesthetic experiments is packed with solid research, original interpretive insights, and flashes of poetry. This is a 再读一些...

 
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