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Florence and its painters : from Giotto to Leonardo da Vinci

Author: Andreas Schumacher; Matteo Burioni; Alte Pinakothek (Munich, Germany),
Publisher: Munich : Hirmer : Alte Pinakothek, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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Anhand hochkarätiger Werke aus Malerei, Skulptur und Zeichenkunst eröffnet das Buch vielfältige Einblicke in die Ideenwelt und Arbeitsweise der Florentiner Künstler. Mit neuem Selbstbewusstsein erforschen sie die Wirklichkeit und die Gesetze von Harmonie und Schönheit. Sie zeichnen nach der Natur und studieren die Kunst der Antike. So finden die Maler ausgehend von der Zeichnung und im Wettstreit mit der
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Genre/Form: Ausstellungskatalog
Bildband
Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Expositions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andreas Schumacher; Matteo Burioni; Alte Pinakothek (Munich, Germany),
ISBN: 9783777430621 3777430625
OCLC Number: 1030910131
Language Note: Text in English. Translated from German and Italian.
Description: 383 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 30 cm
Contents: 'Opera certa mirabilissima'. Observations on a showpiece of Florentine Renaissance painting : An introduction / Andreas Schumacher --
Provisional perfection : The arts in fourteenth-century Florence and their legacy / Wolf-Dietrich Lohr --
'You bein with drawing' : On the role of drawing in the work of Florentine painters / Dagmar Korbacher --
Painters and workshops in fifteenth-century Florence / Nicoletta Pons --
Paintings in the palace / Caroline Campbell --
The portrait in the Florentine quattrocento / Annette Franz --
Florence, 1485 : Stylistic options and perception criteria in the Sassetti chapel / Ulrich Pfisterer --
On sculpture workshop practice in fifteenth-century Florence / Doris Carl --
The technical turn / Michael Cole --
Traditional rivals? Artistic dialogues between Florence and Siena in the second quarter of the fifteenth century / Scott Nethersole --
Vasari and the quattrocento / Matteo Burioni --
Catalogue --
Appendix.
Other Titles: From Giotto to Leonardo da Vinci
Responsibility: edited by Andreas Schumacher ; with contributions by Matteo Burioni [and thirteen others].

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Anhand hochkarätiger Werke aus Malerei, Skulptur und Zeichenkunst eröffnet das Buch vielfältige Einblicke in die Ideenwelt und Arbeitsweise der Florentiner Künstler. Mit neuem Selbstbewusstsein erforschen sie die Wirklichkeit und die Gesetze von Harmonie und Schönheit. Sie zeichnen nach der Natur und studieren die Kunst der Antike. So finden die Maler ausgehend von der Zeichnung und im Wettstreit mit der Skulptur zu ganz neuen Formen lebensnaher Darstellungen des Menschen etwa im Porträt sowie zu emotional ergreifenden Bildern der Andacht. Jüngste Forschungen zum herausragenden Florentiner Bestand der Alten Pinakothek ermöglichen dabei neue Sichtweisen auf eines der spannendsten Kapitel der Kunstgeschichte.

"The arts in fifteenth-century Florence made numerous pioneering advances. Artists like Fra Angelico, Filippo Lippi, Sandro Botticelli, and Leonardo da Vinci brought innovation to the themes, forms, and techniques of painting, opening up a new world of artistic expression. These painters searched for the laws of harmony and beauty with new self-confidence, devoting themselves to the study of antiquity and the practice of sketching from nature. Driven by drawing and in competition with sculpture, they discovered utterly novel modes of representation through portraits, profane visual narratives, and poignant portrayals of church devotion. Drawing on prominent examples of painting, sculpture, and drawing, this lavishly illustrated volume presents the Alte Pinakothek's sparkling collection of Florentine art together with more than seventy-five works loaned from museums all over the world, offering multifaceted insights into the intellectual world and working methods of Florentine artists during the Italian Renaissance."--Amazon.com.

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