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Author: Marcia B Hall
Publisher: Cambridge [U.K.] ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2005.
Series: Artistic centers of the Italian Renaissance.
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"This volume provides a comprehensive overview of the arts in Rome - architecture, sculpture, painting, and the decorative arts - within their social, religious, and historical contexts from 1300 to 1600. Organized around the patronage of the popes, it examines the decline of the arts during the period of the Great Schism and the exile of the popes in Avignon, and the revival that began with Pope Nicholas V in the  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marcia B Hall
ISBN: 0521624452 9780521624459
OCLC Number: 56085926
Description: xxi, 358 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Contents: Cultural introduction to Renaissance Rome / Ingrid D. Rowland --
Introduction: the art history of Renaissance Rome / Marcia B. Hall --
The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries / Meredith J. Gill --
The high Renaissance, 1503-1534 / Marcia B. Hall --
Phoenix Romanus: Rome, 1534-1565 / Clare Robertson --
The Counter-Reformation and the end of the century / Steven F. Ostrow.
Series Title: Artistic centers of the Italian Renaissance.
Responsibility: edited by Marcia B. Hall.
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"This volume provides a comprehensive overview of the arts in Rome - architecture, sculpture, painting, and the decorative arts - within their social, religious, and historical contexts from 1300 to 1600. Organized around the patronage of the popes, it examines the decline of the arts during the period of the Great Schism and the exile of the popes in Avignon, and the revival that began with Pope Nicholas V in the middle of the fifteenth century, when Rome began to rebuild itself and reassert its leadership as the center of the Christian world." "The most up-to-date assessment of the arts of early modern Rome, this volume is illustrated with 219 halftones and 32 color plates."--BOOK JACKET.

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