Concepts Of Beauty In Renaissance Art

Author: Francis Ames-Lewis
Publisher: Scolar Press
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Concepts Of Beauty In Renaissance Art from the Author: Francis Ames-Lewis. Presents 12 edited versions of papers prepared for the annual conference of the Association of Art Historians (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, April 1996), plus three additional papers. Approaches to the subject of beauty include discussion of contemporary critical terms and how these determine appreciation of

Women In Italian Renaissance Art

Author: Paola Tinagli
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719040542
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Women In Italian Renaissance Art from the Author: Paola Tinagli. This is the first book which gives a general overview of women as subject-matter in Italian Renaissance painting. It presents a view of the interaction between artist and patron, and also of the function of these paintings in Italian society of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Using letters, poems, and treatises, it examines through the eyes of the contemporary viewer the way women were represented in paintings.

Neoplatonism And Western Aesthetics

Author: Aphrodite Alexandrakis
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791452790
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Neoplatonism And Western Aesthetics from the Author: Aphrodite Alexandrakis. Shows how the aesthetic views of Plotinus and later Neoplatonists have played a role in the history of Western art.

The Early Modern Child In Art And History

Author: Matthew Knox Averett
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317316606
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The Early Modern Child In Art And History from the Author: Matthew Knox Averett. Childhood is not only a biological age, it is also a social construct. The essays in this collection range chronologically from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century, and geographically across England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. They chart the depictions of children in various media including painting, sculpture and the graphic arts.

Re Framing Representations Of Women

Author: Susan Shifrin
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1315317575
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Re Framing Representations Of Women from the Author: Susan Shifrin. Crossing disciplinary and chronological boundaries, this volume integrates text and image, essays and object pages to explore the processes inherent in gender representation, rather than resituating women in particular categories or spheres as other scholarly publications and exhibitions have done. Taking its lead from the 'Picturing' Women project on which it reflects and builds, the volume makes a substantial methodological contribution to the analysis of gender discourse and visuality. It offers new and stimulating scholarship that confronts historical patterns of representation that have defined what women were and are seen to be, and presents new contexts for unveiling what art historian Linda Nochlin has called the 'mixed messages' of representations of women.

Sins Of The Flesh

Author: Kevin Patrick Siena
Publisher: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
ISBN: 9780772720290
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Sins Of The Flesh from the Author: Kevin Patrick Siena.

Giorgio Vasari S Teachers

Author: Liana Cheney
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820488134
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Giorgio Vasari S Teachers from the Author: Liana Cheney. Textbook

Fashioning Identities In Renaissance Art

Author: Mary Rogers
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Limited
ISBN: 9780754600213
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Fashioning Identities In Renaissance Art from the Author: Mary Rogers. An analysis of some of the different ways in which identities were fashioned in and with art during the Renaissance, taken as meaning the period c. 1300 to 1600. The notion of such a search for new identities, expressed in a variety of new themes, styles and genres, has been all-pervasive in the historical and critical literature dealing with the period, starting with Burckhardt, and it has been given a new impetus by contemporary scholarship using a variety of methodological approaches.

The Abuse Of Beauty

Author: Arthur Coleman Danto
Publisher: Open Court Publishing
ISBN: 9780812695403
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The Abuse Of Beauty from the Author: Arthur Coleman Danto. In The Abuse of Beauty, art critic and philosopher Arthur Danto explains how the notion of beauty as anathema to art arose and flourished and offers a new way of looking at art and beauty. He draws on the thought of artists, critics, and philosophers such as Rimbaud, Fry, Matisse, and Greenberg, to reposition beauty as one of many modes ? along with sexuality, sublimity, disgust, and horror ? through which the human sensibility expresses itself. 20 black-and-white illustrations are included.

Traditional Oil Painting

Author: Virgil Elliott
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ISBN: 9780823030668
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Traditional Oil Painting from the Author: Virgil Elliott. A detailed overview of the traditional techniques of working with oils brings together the classic artistry of the past with breakthroughs in the materials of today, explaining how the Old Masters created their masterpieces, the key elements in painting one's own artwork, the importance of drawing, the principles of visual reality, the art of color, and other topics.