From Filippo Lippi to Piero della Francesca.
New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art ; Milan : Edizioni Olivares ; New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2005
|提及的人：||Carnevale, fra; Carnevale, fra; Carnevale, fra; Carnevale, Fra.|
Keith Christiansen; Pinacoteca di Brera.; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
|ISBN:||1588391426 9781588391421 1588391434 9781588391438 0300107161 9780300107166|
|注意：||Published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Oct. 13, 2004-Jan. 9, 2005 and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Feb. 1-May 1, 2005.|
|描述：||384 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm|
|内容：||In search of Fra Carnevale, a "painter of high repute" / Emanuela Daffra --
Florence : Filippo Lippi and Fra Carnevale / Keith Christiansen --
Fra Carnevale, Urbino, and the Marches : an alternative view of the Renaissance / Andrea de Marchi --
Fra Carnevale and the practice of architecture / Matteo Ceriana --
Fra Carnevale in Florence --
Fra Carnevale in Urbino and the Marches --
Documentary appendices --
Documents in the Florentine archives / Andrea di Lorenzo --
Documents in the Urbino archives / Matteo Mazzalupi --
Documents in the Barberini archives / Livia Carloni --
Technical essays --
Observations on the technique and artistic culture of Fra Carnevale / Roberto Bellucci and Cecilia Frosinini --
Carpentry and panel construction / Ciro Castelli and George Bisacca.
|責任：||edited by Keith Christiansen.|
"In 1934 the Italian government lifted restrictions governing the fabled Barberini Collection in Rome, making it possible for two intriguing fifteenth-century paintings to be put on the international art market. Within just two years both had been sold - one to The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the other to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Neither their authorship nor their subjects were certain, but their ambitious depiction of architecture no less than their discursive, anecdotal approach to narration made them unique among Early Renaissance paintings. Who was their author? What was their function? How to explain their mastery of perspective and their sophisticated architectural settings? Building on over a century of scholarship as well as completely new archival information, this catalogue proposes answers to all three questions. In doing so, it examines the art of Florence in the 1440s and the work of, among others, Fra Filippo Lippi, Domenico Veneziano, Luca della Robbia, and Michelozzo."--Jacket.
- Carnevale, -- fra, -- active 15th century -- Exhibitions.
- Art, Renaissance -- Italy -- Exhibitions.
- Art, Italian -- 15th century -- Exhibitions.
- Carnevale, -- fra, -- 15e siècle.
- Art de la Renaissance -- Italie -- Florence -- Expositions.
- Art de la Renaissance -- Italie -- Urbino -- Expositions.
- Carnevale, -- fra, -- active 15th century.
- Art, Italian.
- Art, Renaissance.
- Carnevale -- Fra.
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