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Art in Renaissance Italy

Art in Renaissance Italy - 2nd edition

Art in Renaissance Italy - 2nd edition

ISBN13: 9780130918307

ISBN10: 013091830X

Art in Renaissance Italy by John T. Paoletti and Gary M. Radke - ISBN 9780130918307
Edition: 2ND 02
Copyright: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
International: No
Art in Renaissance Italy by John T. Paoletti and Gary M. Radke - ISBN 9780130918307

ISBN13: 9780130918307

ISBN10: 013091830X

Edition: 2ND 02

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Author Bio

Paoletti, John T. : Wesleyan University

Radke, Gary M. : Syracuse University

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Introduction: Art in Context.
Materials and Methods.

1. Traditions and Innovations: The Thirteenth Century.

VENICE, FLORENCE, and SIENA: Communal Myths and Institutions. ROME: Artists, Popes, and Cardinals Renewing the Church, 1277-c. 1310. ASSISI: Papal Influence Outside Rome.

2. Varieties of Style and Patronage: The Early Fourteenth Century.

PADUA and FLORENCE: Private Patronage. FLORENCE and SIENA: Promoting Church and State. NAPLES and MILAN: Images of Dynasty, Power and Magnificence.

3. Art and Society: The Later Fourteenth Century.

VENICE: Images of the State and the Individual. PISA and FLORENCE: Morality, Judgement, and Crisis. MILAN and PAVIA: The Visconti. PADUA: The Carrara Court.

4. Fashioning Images of Rulership and Authority: The Early Fifteenth Century.

THE COURTS: Gothic and Classical Inspirations. FLORENCE: Expressions of the Restored Republic. SIENA: Renewing the Image of the Commune.

5. Elaborating Local and Classical Traditions: The Mid-Fifteenth Century.

FLORENCE: Civic and Personal Commissions under the Medici. ROME: Reestablishing Papal Power. VENICE and the VENETO: Affirmations of Past and Present.

6. Splendor and Magnificence: The Later Fifteenth Century.

THE COURTS: Art Reflecting the Ruler. FLORENCE: The Golden Age under Lorenzo the Magnificent. ROMA CAPUT MUNDI. MILAN: The Sforza and a Grand Classical Style.

7. Rivaling Ancient Rome.

FLORENCE: The Renewed Republic. ROME: The Imperial Style under Julius II and the Dissolution of Papal Power under the Medici Popes. FLORENCE II: Return of the Medici. VENICE: Vision and Monumentality. FERRARA, MANTUA, PARMA, and Genoa: Exquisite Delights.

8. Renewing the City: The Mid-Sixteenth Century.

VENICE and the VENETO: The City Triumphant. FLORENCE under COSIMO I (1537-74) and His Successors. ROMA RESTAURATA: Paul III (r. 1534-49) and Michelangelo.

9. Innovation and Reform: The Later Sixteenth Century.


Map of Italy.
List of Popes.
List of Venetian Doges.
Time Chart.
City Plans.
Picture Credits.
Literary Credits.

Other Editions of Art in Renaissance Italy

Art in Renaissance Italy by John Paoletti and Gary Radke - ISBN 9780131935105
Art in Renaissance Italy by John T. Paoletti and Gary M. Radke - ISBN 9780135969250