Item Number: 106691
Title: Patronage and Italian Renaissance Sculpture
Author: Christian, Kathleen Wren ; David J. Drogin (eds)
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Description: Aldershot: Ashgate, 2010. 24cm., hardcover, 266pp. illus. Contents : Foreword; Introduction: the virtues of the medium: the patronage of sculpture in Renaissance Italy, Kathleen Wren Christian and David J. Drogin; 'There are many sculptors but to Giovanni remain the honors of praise': the rhetoric of Giovanni Pisano's words and images, Francis Ames-Lewis; Professors and princes: patronage of sculture in the Capella Bentivoglio, Bologna, David J. Drogin; The humanist and the poet: Bernardo Bembo's portrait of Dante, Debra Pincus; Partnerships in commemoration: the patronage and production of the Brusati and Barbo tombs in quattrocento Rome, Shelley E. Zuraw; Donatello and his patrons, David G. Wilkins; Reversing the rules: Michelangelo and the patronage of sculpture, William E. Wallace; Passim: sculptors and sculptural patronge in and beyond Florence in the 15th century, Roger J Crum; Giambologna's equestrian monument to Cosimo I: the monument makes the memory, Sarah Blake McHam; Pirro Ligorio's Roman fountains and the concept of the antique: investigations of the ancient nymphaeum in cinquecento antiquarian culture, Robert W. Gaston; Selected works cited; Index.
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