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Late Roman painting.

Author: Wladimiro Dorigo
Publisher: New York, Praeger [1971, ©1970]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Study of pictorial records,30 B.C.-A.D.500.
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Dorigo, Wladimiro.
Late Roman painting.
New York, Praeger [1971, ©1970]
(OCoLC)633029755
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wladimiro Dorigo
OCLC Number: 142469
Notes: Translation of Pittura tardoromana.
Description: xxviii, 345 pages illustrations (some color), maps, plans 29 cm
Contents: Glossary of Greek, Latin and German terms --
Introductory: Aspects of the ideological crisis of Roman society in the imperial age --
Post-Hellenistic developments and liberation of the idiom of Roman pictorial art in the first and second centuries --
The rural labours master of Cherchel and Severan painting in Africa --
The problem of the Orient posed by Antioch, Dura Europos and Palmyra --
Elements of the new idiom of Roman painting in the mid-third century --
Christian catacombal painting at Rome in the second half of the third century --
Late Tetrarchic painting and the Constantinian 'fine style' at Piazza Armerina villa --
Roman and Christian painting by the Theodorean masters at Aquileia --
Experiments and masters of North African mosaic in the fourth century --
Masters of the Constantinian 'fine style' at Antioch and Trier --
Constantinian expressionism from hypogean painting to the vaults of the Mauseoleum of Constantina --
Expressionism and mannerism in funerary and ceremonial painting of the second half of the fourth century --
Late mainfestations of Roman painting on the Germanic limes --
The last Hellenistic experiments, from Egypt to Britain, and the two polarities of late Roman aesthetics --
The first illuminated MSS and the Romano-Italian cultural area at the beginning of the fifth century --
NeoPlatonic and NeoAlexandrian masters of Salonika and Constantinople, and the origins of Byzantine art --
Conclusion: Plotinus and Augustine, the Late-Roman masters of medieval art.
Other Titles: Pittura tardoromana.
Responsibility: Foreword by Sergio Bettini. Translated from the Italian by James Cleugh and John Warrington.

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Study of pictorial records,30 B.C.-A.D.500.

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