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Federico Borromeo and the Ambrosiana : art patronage and reform in seventeenth-century Milan

Author: Pamela M Jones
Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1993.
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Named Person: Federico Borromeo; F Borromeo; Federico Borromeo; Federico Borromeo
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Pamela M Jones
ISBN: 0521420512 9780521420518
OCLC Number: 25552881
Description: xiv, 386 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Text. Ch. 1. Federico Borromeo, Post-Tridentine Reformer and Patron of the Arts at the Ambrosiana. Ch. 2. The Devotional Role of Sacred Art: Contemplating God's World Through Diverse Genres of Painting. Ch. 3. The Didactic Role of Sacred Art: Guiding Subject Matter and Style to Ensure Its Efficacy. Ch. 4. The Documentary Role of Sacred Art: Using Images to Record the Christian Truth and Legitimacy of Roman Catholicism --
pt. 2. Catalogues and Appendixes. Catalogue I. (A) Paintings, (B) Drawings, (C) Prints, and (D) Sculptures. Catalogue II. The Series of Portraits of Famous Persons --
Appendix I. The Codicil of September 15, 1607, to Federico Borromeo's Will --
Appendix II. The Codicil of April 1, 1611, to Federico Borromeo's Will --
Appendix III. The Official Act of Donation of the Ambrosian Collection of April 28, 1618.
Responsibility: Pamela M. Jones.
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