|Other titles||G. B. Ghisi [Scultori], G. Ghisi [Scultori], A. Ghisi [Scultori], D. Ghisi [Scultori], Reverdino [Reverdy], Cartaro, Monogrammists|
|Statement||edited by Suzanne Boorsch and John Spike.|
|Series||The illustrated Bartsch ;, 31|
|Contributions||Boorsch, Suzanne., Spike, John T., Bartsch, Adam von, 1757-1821.|
|LC Classifications||NE90 .I45 1978 vol. 31|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||445 p. :|
|Number of Pages||445|
|LC Control Number||98150418|
This new volume in the series of National Gallery collection catalogues focuses on 16th-century Bologna and Ferrara. The Gallery holds the most important collection of these paintings outside Italy, including works by Garofalo representing his entire range as an artist; exquisite and grotesque miniature narratives by Mazzolino; a large masterpiece by the short-lived genius known as Ortolano. Sixteenth-Century Italian Art is a collection of 23 classic and recent essays on this important and transformative period. The book includes distinguished studies of Cinquecento painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and architecture. Organized thematically, it introduces major topics and debates in the field. He is the author of many books, including The National Gallery Catalogue of Sixteenth-Century Italian Paintings, Volume I: Bergamo, Brescia and Cremona and The Materials of Sculpture; he is also coauthor of Raphael and coeditor of the forthcoming Collecting Sculpture in Early Modern Europe, all published by Yale University Press. Sixteenth-Century Italian Art is a first-rate collection of the major classic and contemporary writings on the Italian Renaissance. Taking a thematic approach, the book exemplifies the traditional concerns of the field and presents arguments in a clear, accessible way.
Pages in category "16th-century Italian painters" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately 1, total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). At the turn of the 16th century, until about , Italian art was also classified as the High Renaissance, a zenith of da Vinci’s work, along with the late works of Giorgione ( – ) and the emerging work of his succeeding Venetian master, Titian ( – ). Italy: 16th century One of the most tumultuous periods in Western culture—primarily due to the Protestant Reformation. - (The High Renaissance and Mannerism). Start studying Art Appreciation Ch. 17 (Late Renaissance and Mannerism in 16th century Italy). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Sixteenth-Century Italian Art. is a first-rate collection of the major classic and contemporary writings on the Italian Renaissance.. Taking a thematic approach, the book exemplifies the traditional concerns of the field and presents arguments in a clear, accessible : $ Find out more about the greatest 16th Century Artists, including Caravaggio, Sandro Botticelli, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Giuseppe Arcimboldo. Leonardo da Vinci 15 April , Italian. What city attracted some of the greatest Italian artists of the sixteenth century at the beginning of their careers? Florence. What distinguished Venetian painting of the late sixteenth century from works done in other Italian cities? an interest in color, light, and loose expressive brushwork. Famous 16th Century Italian Artists & Painters. Find out more about the greatest 16th Century Italian Painters, including Caravaggio, Sandro Botticelli, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Giuseppe Arcimboldo and Artemisia Gentileschi. Leonardo da Vinci. 15 April Polymath. Michelangelo.