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Sculpture in Italy : 1400 to 1500

Author: Charles Seymour, Jr.
Publisher: Baltimore : Penguin Books, 1966.
Series: Pelican history of art
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Seymour, Jr.
OCLC Number: 44415415
Description: xxvi, 295 pages, 160 pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Background and conditions for Fifteenth century sculpture In Italy: Nature and Sculpture ; Statua Virile ; The Theoreticians: Alberti, Ghiberti, Filarete, Pomponio Gaurico ; Practical Considerations; Workshop Organization io Patterns of Patronage; Programmes and Costs ; Artistic Geography: Location and Transport of Stone; Regional Zones and Local Schools; Sculptors' Travels and Influence ; Collaborative Programmes of the Late Trecento: Naples and Rome ; Lombardy, 1380-1400: Peninsular 'International' Trends; Basis for a later Regional School ; Venice, 1380-1410: Programmes and Patterns of Influence; the dalle Masegne ; Tuscany, 1380-1400: Trends in Silver and Marble; the Workshops of Florence Cathedral --
Emergence of personalities and principles, Tuscany 1390 – 1410: The Porta della Mandorla: Younger Sculptors of the First Phase, 1391-7 ; The Competition for the Bronze Doors of the Baptistery of Florence, 1401-3; Emergence of Ghiberti and Brunelleschi ; Ghiberti's First Bronze Doors: Development in Style; Early Influence ; Early Tuscan Statuary: First Known Phase of Jacopo della Quercia ; The First Statues of the Fifteenth Century for Florence Cathedral: Emergence of Donatello, Nanni di Banco, Ciuffagni ; Early-Fifteenth-Century Wood Statues of the Sienese School --
New directions, Tuscany 1410-20: The seated Figure and the Evangelist Series for the Cathedral of Florence: Nanni di Banco, Donatello, Lamberti, CiufFagni ; The Earlier Tabernacle Programmes of Or San Michele, 1400-15 ; Nanni di Banco's Last Phase on the Porta della Mandorla and Quercia's Middle Phase on the Fonte Gaia ; The Relief Styles of Donatello and Quercia, to 1422 ; Lost Figures for Florence Cathedral; the Prophets for the Facade and Campanile ; The New Humanism and the Human Figure: Ghiberti at Or San Michele; Donatello and Brunelleschi Definition, 1425-35: The Coscia Monument: Definition of the Florentine Wall-Tomb of the Quattrocento ; The Font of the Siena Baptistery: Ghiberti, Donatello, and Quercia and the Bronze Relief ; The Epic Style, I: Monumental Statuary and Relief in an Architectural Setting by Quercia at S. Petronio in Bologna ; The Epic Style, II: Last Statuary by Donatello for the Florence Campanile; Michelozzo and the Brancacci and Aragazzi Monuments; Interlude in Rome, 1431-3 ; The' Singing Galleries' in Florence Cathedral and the Problem of presenting Continuous Action in Relief Sculpture; the Emergence of Luca della Robbia --
Consolidation, I435-5O: North Italy and Venice to 1450 ; Florentine Sculptors in the North - Venetian Sculptors and Trends - Pisanello and the Origins of the Renaissance Medal Programmes in Relation to Architecture ; Ghiberti's 'Gates of Paradise' - Donatello in S. Lorenzo - Filarete in Rome Developments in Florence to 1450: Buggiano; the Middle Period of Luca della Robbia; the Emergence of Bernardo Rossellino – Elaboration, I45O-65: The Glorification of Virtu: Monumental Programmes in Padua, Rimini, and Naples ; Donatello in Padua - The Decoration of the ' Tempio Malatestiano' at Rimini - The Triumphal Arch of the Castelnuovo in Naples ; The Generation of 1430 in Florence: Mino da Fiesole, Antonio Rossellino, and Desiderio da Settignano ; The Classicizing Movement in Marble, c. 1460: II Greco at Urbino and Andrea Guardi on the West Coast ; Donateilo's Last Period in Florence and Siena; Sienese Sculpture of the Third Quarter of the Quattrocento: Vecchietta, Federighi, Francesco di Giorgio, Neroccio ; Younger Masters in Florence in the 1460s: Desiderio's Shop Regionalism and eclecticism, I465-I5OO : Sculpture in Rome, 1460-85 ; 1460-5: Isaia da Pisa, Paolo Romano, Mino da Fiesole - 1465-85: Andrea Bregno, Giovanni Dalmata, Mino da Fiesole, and Luigi Capponi Central Italy, 1475-1500: Silvestro dell'Aquila, Francesco da Laurana, and Domenico Rosselli ; Tuscany and Regional Trends in the Emilia and on the West Coast, 1475- 1500 ; Andrea della Robbia and Benedetto da Majano of Florence; Matteo Civitale of Lucca - Emilian and West Coast Sub-styles --
Activism and realism, I465-9 5 ; Tuscan Activism: Verrocchio, 1465-88 ; Antonio and Piero del Pollaiuolo in Rome ; The Historical Problem of Leonardo da Vinci as a Sculptor ; Activism and Realism North of Florence: the Current of Niccolo dell'Area and of Mazzoni --
Intermezzo: Northern Italy, 1465-1500 : The Lombard Workshops of Milan and Pavia: A First Phase, to 1485 ; The Lombard Workshops of Milan and Pavia: A Second Phase, to 1500; the Gaggini in Genoa and Sicily ; Venetian Monumental Sculpture, 1465-1500: the Lombardi and Antonio Rizzo ; Some Aspects of Bronze Sculpture in Northern Italy, to 1500: Bellano, Riccio, 'Antico' ; --
Coda: Florence, 1485-I5OO : Intellectual and Social Environment: the Problem of Sculpture at the Fin-de-Siede ; Varieties of Style, 1485-1500: Late Bertoldo and Benedetto da Majano; Giuhano da San Gallo and Andrea Sansovino; Andrea Ferrucci ; Michelangelo and Fifteenth-Century Sculpture.
Series Title: Pelican history of art
Responsibility: Charles Seymour, Jr.

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