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Italian Renaissance painting according to genres

Author: Jacob Burckhardt
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Getty Research Institute, ©2005.
Series: Texts & documents.
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"In this follow-up to his Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy (1860), Jacob Burckhardt shifts the focus of art history from biography and chronology to the motive forces and conditions governing an artist's creation. Written at the close of Burckhardt's illustrious career, between 1885 and 1893, this discussion of Italian Renaissance painting takes up a variety of artistic genres and subjects, from the  Read more...
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Burckhardt, Jacob, 1818-1897.
Italian Renaissance painting according to genres.
Los Angeles, CA : Getty Research Institute, c2005
(OCoLC)646289408
Named Person: Jacob Burckhardt
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jacob Burckhardt
ISBN: 0892367369 9780892367368
OCLC Number: 54806440
Notes: "Translation of Jacob Burckhardt, 'Die Malerei nach Inhalt und Aufgaben' (Jacob Burckhardt-Archiv, Privat-Archiv, Staatsarchiv Basel-Stadt, Basel), by David Britt ; translation of Maurizio Ghelardi's introductory essay by Caroline Beamish and David Britt"--Prelim.
Description: ix, 235 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: On allegory --
The cycles --
Paintings in monasteries --
Confraternities --
Paintings in hospitals --
Ceremonial paintings --
Orbis terrarum --
Frescoes of obloquy --
Sala del Maggior Consiglio --
Secular history painting --
Mythological painting --
On animal painting.
Series Title: Texts & documents.
Other Titles: Malerei nach Inhalt und Aufgaben.
Responsibility: Jacob Burckhardt ; introduction by Maurizio Ghelardi ; translation by David Britt and Caroline Beamish.
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"In this follow-up to his Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy (1860), Jacob Burckhardt shifts the focus of art history from biography and chronology to the motive forces and conditions governing an artist's creation. Written at the close of Burckhardt's illustrious career, between 1885 and 1893, this discussion of Italian Renaissance painting takes up a variety of artistic genres and subjects, from the celebration of princes and saints to the censure of sinners, from maps of the world to the perfect portrait of a dog."--BOOK JACKET.

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