|Statement||Manfredo Tafuri ; translated by Jessica Levine.|
|LC Classifications||DG675.6 .T2413 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 296 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||296|
While the Rome book suffers from trying to deal with too wide a chronology in each chapter, the Florence and Venice studies follow a start to finish format that helps the reader navigate the Renaissance better. It is very useful to have Partridge's excellent interpretations of works such as the Venus Urbino (in the Venice book)/5(3). This book is a great introdcution to Venetian art of the Renaissance, through its views of the major artists of the time (the Bellinis, Titian, Pollaiuolo, Veronese, etc.), but it incorporates enough social, religious, and political history that one not only gets a more-well rounded view of the Venice of the Renaissance, but also is not bogged down in excessive stylistic by: Albrecht Dürer and the Venetian Renaissance examines twenty-five paintings by the German artist in an effort to reevaluate his relationship to contemporary Italian art and his status as a . During the Renaissance, there were two centres of art, culture and mercantile power in Italy: Florence, and Venice. This is a sourcebook of primary materials, almost none previously available in.
Description: For the first time in a generation, leading scholars of medieval and Renaissance Venice join forces to define the current state of the field and to reveal in its rich diversity. Forays into neglected aspects of Venetian studies reveal new insights into coinage and concubinage, the first Jewish ghetto and the Fourth Crusade, and matters from dowry inflation to state . Sarah Dunant's top 10 books on the Renaissance. Sun 22 Feb EST First published on Sun 22 Feb EST. Novelist, broadcaster and critic Sarah Dunant is the author of eight novels. Her latest, The Birth of Venus, is a tale of art, passion and politics set in Renaissance : Guardian Staff. Tafuri is one of the most influential figures in architectural history of the Renaissance and modern periods today The present book is a study of the process of decisionmaking about building and urban planning in Venice in the period , and of how that process affected the choice of designers and of styles. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA City Cambridge, Mass. Donor bostonpubliclibrary EditionPages:
Glassmaking in Renaissance Venice book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A researcher in the interplay of culture, science, techn 3/5. Venice and the Renaissance User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict In this series of insightful but at times inaccessible essays, Tafuri considers some of . Venice was a major European centre for all book printing publishing, and became the major centre for architectural publishing. Vitruvius is the only significant classical writer on architecture to survive, and his work De architectura was keenly studied by all Renaissance architects. This book—the first detailed study of the altarpiece in a major center of Renaissance art—focuses on Venice from to Peter Humfrey, an authority on Venetian painting, explores a wide range of issues surrounding altarpieces as an art form.