Italian Renaissance Drawings

Author: J. Ambers
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"The drawings discussed in this book, published in association with the British Museum, were all included in the exhibition, Fra Angelico to Leonardo: Italian Renaissance Drawings, which is taking place in the Round Reading Room at the British Museum from 22 April to 25 July 2010. This is a collaborative project with the Gabinetto Disegno e Stampe degli Uffizi and the same selection of drawings will be shown in Florence in autumn 2010. While making extensive use of these existing studies, many of which are cited in the chapters that follow, in this publication great emphasis is placed on how the results from examination and analysis can go beyond determining simply the materials used but to draw conclusions about the reason and manner of their use and the patterns of use across fifteenth-century Italy"--back cover.

Master Drawings Of The Italian Renaissance

Author: Claire Van Cleave
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674026773
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"Beginning with an examination of drawing as part of the creative process, and showing how it reveals the artist's mind at work, the author explains in detail the materials and techniques used in Renaissance drawings. It also considers how drawings were used, how they changed stylistically through the period and how they varied in different regions of Italy. It concludes with a brief look at connoisseurship and collecting."--Amazon.

Italian Renaissance Drawings

Author: Lynda Fairbairn
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Drawing In The Italian Renaissance Workshop

Author: Francis Ames-Lewis
Editor: Victoria & Albert Museum
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An Exhibition of Early Renaissance Drawings from Collections in Great Britain held at the University Art Gallery, Nottingham, 12 February to 15 May 1983 - Techniques - Modelbooks & sketchbooks - The draped figure - The nude figure - Biographies include: Gozzoli, Leonardo da Vinci, Filippo Lippi, Mantegna, Bellini etc.

Italian Renaissance Drawings

Author: Hugo Chapman
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The Renaissance was a ground-breaking period in the history of drawing. Drawing became an art form in its own right rather than just being used in the preparation of other works of art. Prior to 1400 few drawings survive, and it is only in the fifteenth century that we can gain an understanding of how and why artists drew. The reasons for this are threefold: the growth in paper production meant it became more economical to draw; the demand by patrons for originality necessitated artists make more studies to explore new compositional ideas and poses; and, finally a widening interest in collecting meant that drawings were preserved. Drawing was an integral part of how Renaissance artists were trained. Thanks to this education artists were able to express their ideas with extraordinary fluency on paper. The spontaneity and rawness of many of the drawings in this arresting book reveal the minds and working practices of the artists. The use of a variety of drawing tools from red chalk to silverpoint shows how expressive a medium drawing could be.

Italian Renaissance Drawings At The Morgan Library Museum

Author: Pierpont Morgan Library
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The first catalogue to survey the Morgan?s collection of Italian Renaissance drawings, this monumental study also constitutes an introduction to Italian Renaissance draftsmanship for students and enthusiasts. It includes introductory essays on drawing in Renaissance Italy and on the formation of the Morgan?s collection. More than 120 detailed catalogue entries offer highly focused explorations of individual sheets, but these are grouped into chapters with introductory essays that provide context on key moments in the evolution of Renaissance drawing and on the distinct characteristics of different regional schools.00The related exhibition 'Invention and Design: Early Italian Drawings at the Morgan', organized by John Marciari, is on view February 15 through May 19, 2019. While the newly published catalogue covers drawings from around 1350?1600, the exhibition focuses on the earlier material, illuminating the origins and evolution of Italian drawing by artists born before 1500.00Exhibition: Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, USA (15.02.-193.05.2019).

Fra Angelico To Leonardo

Author: Hugo Chapman
Editor: Lund Humphries Publishers
ISBN: 9781848220584
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"More than any other medium, drawings give a direct insight into how Italian Renaissance artists worked. This book charts the development of drawing in Italy from 1400, just prior to the emergence in Florence of the classically inspired naturalism of the Renaissance, to around 1510 when Michelangelo, Rapahel and Titian were on the verge of taking the innovations of earlier masters, such as Leonardo da Vinci and Pollaiuolo, in a new direction. It brings together just over a hundred of the most remarkable drawings from the collections of the Uffizi in Florence and the British Museum in London, most of which have never been seen together before. It features nearly fifty of the greatest artists, including Filippo and Filippino Lippi, Jacopo and Gentile Bellini, Botticelli, Mantegna, Verrocchio and Carpaccio." "The book highlights the vital part drawing played in artistic teaching and shows how artists studied the human body, often using life models, and the natural world. It also explores aspects of regional difference, the development of new drawing techniques with unprecedented expressive qualities, and classes of graphic work, from preparatory drawings to finished presentation pieces made to impress patrons." "The extended introduction focuses on how and why artists drew. An emphasis on the pivotal role of Leonardo demonstrates how the spontaneity of drawings brings us a closer understanding of his imagination. This is followed by a catalogue of drawings where discussion of their significance is supported by illustrations of related works, such as paintings. The results of new scientific investigation also reveal fresh insights into how the drawings were made." --Book Jacket.

Italian Renaissance Drawings

Author: Roseline Bacou
Editor: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 0870990942
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Italian Renaissance Drawings From The Musee Du Louvre Paris

Author: Roseline Bacou
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Italian Renaissance Drawings

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Italian Renaissance Drawings

Author: Roseline Bacou
Editor: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 0870990942
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Drawings Of The Italian Renaissance From The Scholz Collection

Author: Creighton Gilbert
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Drawing And Painting In The Italian Renaissance Workshop

Author: Carmen Bambach
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In Drawing and Painting in the Italian Renaissance Workshop, Carmen Bambach reassesses the role of artists and their assistants in the creation of monumental painting. Analyzing representative wall paintings and the many drawings related to the various stages of their production, Bambach convincingly reconstructs the development of workshop practice and design theory in the early modern period. Her exhaustive analysis of archaeological and textual evidence provides a timely and much-needed reassessment of the working methods of artists in one of the most vital periods in the history of art.

The Craft Of Art

Author: Georgia Museum of Art
Editor: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 9780820316482
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In this collection of nine essays some of the preeminent art historians in the United States consider the relationship between art and craft, between the creative idea and its realization, in Renaissance and Baroque Italy. The essays, all previously unpublished, are devoted to the pictorial arts and are accompanied by nearly 150 illustrations. Examining works by such artists as Michelangelo, Titian, Volterrano, Giovanni di Paolo, and Annibale Carracci (along with aspects of the artists' creative processes, work habits, and aesthetic convictions), the essayists explore the ways in which art was conceived and produced at a time when collaboration with pupils, assistants, or independent masters was an accepted part of the artistic process. The consensus of the contributors amounts to a revision, or at least a qualification, of Bernard Berenson's interpretation of the emergent Renaissance ideal of individual "genius" as a measure of original artistic achievement: we must accord greater influence to the collaborative, appropriative conventions and practices of the craft workshop, which persisted into and beyond the Renaissance from its origins in the Middle Ages. Consequently, we must acknowledge the sometimes rather ordinary beginnings of some of the world's great works of art--an admission, say the contributors, that will open new avenues of study and enhance our understanding of the complex connections between invention and execution. With one exception, these essays were delivered as lectures in conjunction with the exhibition The Artists and Artisans of Florence: Works from the Horne Museum hosted by the Georgia Museum of Art in the fall of 1992.

History Of Italian Renaissance Art

Author: Frederick Hartt
Editor: Pearson College Division
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For survey courses in Italian Renaissance art. A broad survey of art and architecture in Italy between c. 1250 and 1600, this book approaches the works from the point of view of the artist as individual creator and as an expression of the city within which the artist was working. History of Italian Renaissance Art, Seventh Edition, brings you an updated understanding of this pivotal period as it incorporates new research and current art historical thinking, while also maintaining the integrity of the story that Frederick Hartt first told so enthusiastically many years ago. Choosing to retain Frederick Hartt's traditional framework, David Wilkins' incisive revisions keep the book fresh and up-to-date.

Italian Renaissance Art From Czech Collections

Author: Martin Zlatohlávek
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From Pattern To Nature In Italian Renaissance Drawings

Author: Michael W. Kwakkelstein
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