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The young Michelangelo

Autor: Michael Hirst; Michelangelo Buonarroti; Jill Dunkerton; National Gallery (Great Britain)
Verlag: London : National Gallery Publications ; [New Haven, Conn.] : Distributed by Yale University Press, ©1994.
Serien: Making & meaning.
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"Making and Meaning: The Young Michelangelo is the fullest account ever made of Michelangelo's early work - as a painter as well as a sculptor - during the period of his first stay in Rome. This was a crucial five years in the artist's life when he created, among other works, the marble Bacchus now in the Bargello, Florence, and the celebrated Pieta in St Peter's, Rome, and, as Hirst shows, also began his painting  Weiterlesen…
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Gattung/Form: Exhibition catalogues
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Name: Michelangelo Buonarroti; Michelangelo Buonarroti; Michelangelo Buonarroti; Michel-Ange
Dokumenttyp Buch
Alle Autoren: Michael Hirst; Michelangelo Buonarroti; Jill Dunkerton; National Gallery (Great Britain)
ISBN: 1857090667 9781857090666 1857090659 9781857090659 0300061358 9780300061352
OCLC-Nummer: 31536939
Anmerkungen: "This book was published to accompany an exhibition at the National Gallery, London, 19 October 1994-15 January 1995"--Title page verso.
Beschreibung: 144 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm.
Inhalt: The artist in Rome, 1496-1501 / Michael Hirst --
Michelangelo as a painter on panel / Jill Dunkerton.
Serientitel: Making & meaning.
Verfasserangabe: Michael Hirst, Jill Dunkerton.

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"Making and Meaning: The Young Michelangelo is the fullest account ever made of Michelangelo's early work - as a painter as well as a sculptor - during the period of his first stay in Rome. This was a crucial five years in the artist's life when he created, among other works, the marble Bacchus now in the Bargello, Florence, and the celebrated Pieta in St Peter's, Rome, and, as Hirst shows, also began his painting of the Entombment now in the National Gallery, London. It was during these years in Rome, Hirst argues, that he probably painted another work in the National Gallery Collection, the Madonna and Child with Saint John and Angels, better known for the last 150 years as the Manchester Madonna, which Hirst concludes is entirely the work of Michelangelo and not, as has been thought, of an associate."--BOOK JACKET. "Michael Hirst's chapters are followed by Jill Dunkerton's survey of Michelangelo's technique as a painter on panel, using both egg tempera and oil paint, based on the investigation of his paintings in the National Gallery. Included in the discussion is Michelangelo's slightly later Doni Tondo in the Uffizi, Florence, his only completed panel painting and one of the most perfect of his works. Dunkerton also looks back to the paintings by Ghirlandaio and his workshop in which Michelangelo was trained. Her illuminating text helps us to understand how Michelangelo executed these two familiar but relatively little-studied paintings and also to envisage the startling finished appearance probably conceived by the artist."--Jacket.

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