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Lives of Domenichino and Francesco Gessi.

Author: C C Malvasia
Publisher: Turnhout : Brepols 2013.
Series: Felsina Pittrice: The Lives of the Bolognese Painters (HMFP), 13.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Richly illustrated, this critical edition and English translation of Malvasia's lives of Domenichino and Francesco Gessi from his Felsina pittrice offer access to the life and work of two great masters of seventeenth-century Bologna. Domenichino's life plays a seminal role in Malvasia's definition of the "fourth age" of painting in Italy. From the very beginning, Malvasia pits against each other Guido Reni and  Read more...
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Named Person: Domenichino; Francesco Giovanni Gessi
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: C C Malvasia
ISBN: 9781909400009 1909400009
OCLC Number: 857812900
Description: 528 pages.
Series Title: Felsina Pittrice: The Lives of the Bolognese Painters (HMFP), 13.
Responsibility: C.C. Malvasia.

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Richly illustrated, this critical edition and English translation of Malvasia's lives of Domenichino and Francesco Gessi from his Felsina pittrice offer access to the life and work of two great masters of seventeenth-century Bologna. Domenichino's life plays a seminal role in Malvasia's definition of the "fourth age" of painting in Italy. From the very beginning, Malvasia pits against each other Guido Reni and Domenichino, the two champions of the vanguard style that emerged from the Carracci reform of painting. If Guido becomes the idol of the Lombard and Bolognese school, "more attuned to tenderness and audacity," Domenichino embodies an ideal of perfection more in keeping with the Florentine and Roman school, "fond of finish and diligence."

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