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AuthorPaoletti, John T
TitleArt in Renaissance Italy / John T. Paoletti & Gary M. Radke
Imprint London : Laurence King, 2001
Edition 2nd ed
Descript 512 p. : ill. ; 28 cm


Traditions and Innovations: the Thirteenth Century: Venice, Florence, and Siena: Communal Myths and Institutions ; Rome: Artists, Popes, and Cardinals Renewing the Church, 1277-c. 1310 ; Assisi: Papal Influence outside Rome -- Varieties of Style and Patronage: the Early Fourteenth Century: Padua and Florence: Private Patronage ; Florence and Siena: Promoting Church and State ; Naples and Milan: Images of Dynasty, Power, and Magnificence -- Art and Society: the Later Fourteenth Century: Venice: Images of the State and the Individual ; Pisa and Florence: Morality, Judgment, and Crisis ; Milan and Pavia: The Visconti ; Padua: The Carrara Court -- Fashioning Images of Rulership and Authority: The Early Fifteenth Century: Courts: Gothic and Classical Inspirations ; Florence: Expressions of the Restored Republic ; Siena: Renewing the Image of the Commune -- Elaborating Local and Classical Traditions: The Mid-Fifteenth Century: Florence: Civic and Personal Commissions under the Medici ; Rome: Re-establishing Papal Power ; Venice and the Veneto: Affirmations of Past and Present -- Splendor and Magnificence: the Later Fifteenth Century: Courts: Art Reflecting the Ruler ; Venice: Heir of East and West ; Florence: The Golden Age under Lorenzo the Magnificent ; Roma Caput Mundi ; Milan: The Sforza and a Grand Classical Style -- Rivaling Ancient Rome: The Early Sixteenth Century: Florence: The Renewed Republic ; Rome: The Imperial Style under Julius II and the Dissolution of Papal Power under the Medici Popes; Florence II: Return of the Medici ; Venice: Vision and Monumentality ; Ferrara, Mantua, Parma, and Genoa: Exquisite Delights -- Renewing the City: The Mid-Sixteenth Century: Venice and the Veneto: The City Triumphant ; Florence under Cosimo I (1537-74) and his Successors ; Roma Restaurata: Paul III (r. 1534-49) and Michelangelo -- Innovation and Reform: The Later Sixteenth Century: Demands of the Council of Trent ; Sixtus V and the Replanning of Rome

Art Italian Art Renaissance -- Italy Italy -- Civilization -- 1268-1559

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