|Statement||Klára Garas ; [translated by Lili Halápy].|
|Contributions||Szépművészeti Múzeum (Hungary)|
|LC Classifications||ND1318.2 .G3713 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||83171381|
Sprinkling this selected survey with enjoyable anecdotes and historical details, Campbell describes and categorizes portrait painting of the Renaissance, illustrated in black-and-white and 80 color reproductions of good quality featuring such artists as Durer, Holbein, Van Eyck, Raphael, and by: This book considers the changing conception of portraiture in the sixteenth century. Focusing on paintings by Giorgione, Titian, Parmigianino, and Raphael, among others, Jodi Cranston explores the significance of the formal inventions that address the presence of the beholder, and how such a visual dialogue with the beholder encourages the viewer to perceive the portrait as open Cited by: Whether Italian, Flemish, or German, all were masters of the portrait, a style that was popular and much appreciated during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. The genius of these artists Memling, Van Eyck, Antonello da Messina, Raphael, Holbein, Titian, Leonardo these are the greatest names of the Renaissance which symbolize the /5. - Explore justinagoblin's board "Renaissance Portraits: Italian", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Renaissance portraits, Renaissance and Italian renaissance pins.
Italian Renaissance Dress Renaissance Mode Costume Renaissance Renaissance Portraits Renaissance Dresses Renaissance Paintings Renaissance Fashion Italian Outfits Italian Fashion Lorenzo di Credi, Portrait of a woman (sometimes identified as Caterina Sforza), arranging jasmine in a vase, Forlì, Pinacoteca Civica pins. Leonardo Da Vinci. In his portrait of Ginevra, recently betrothed and seeming older than her 16 years, he breaks with the profile convention to depict the sitter in three-quarter view silhouetted against a bush of juniper (ginepro in Italian, a punning reference to Ginevra's name). Banking and trading, arts and science patronage throughout the Renaissance, Vatican politics they did it all. This book not only tells this story of the Medici, but zooms out enough to give you a sense of the world at the time so that you can better understand how they so profoundly affected it/5(93). The Renaissance Portrait, which accompanies a landmark exhibition at the Bode-Museum, Berlin, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, provides new research and insight into the early history.
Sep 5, - Explore morgandonner's board "16th century (Italian?) books", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Italian renaissance, Portrait and Renaissance portraits pins. "Lorne Campbell’s substantial, beautifully produced and absorbing new book, Renaissance Portraits, is probably the most original contribution to the subject since John Pope-Hennessy’s essay, ’The Portrait in the Renaissance’ Campbell’s questions are specific and compelling He presents a vivid account of patronage—the clients, the artists, and . The autonomous self-portrait, a central mode of expression in Western art, was a Renaissance invention. This book explores for the first time the genesis and early development of this important genre as it took place in Italy in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Get this from a library! The National Gallery lends Italian Renaissance portraits: [catalogue of] an exhibition organised in conjunction with the Arts Council of Great Britain. [Allan Braham; National Gallery (Great Britain); Arts Council of Great Britain.].