The Sculpted Object, 1400-1700

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The Sculpted Object 1400-1700 features twelve essay's which consider a variety of the roles played by sculpture during the Renaissance period and into that of the Baroque. Based on the papers given at the 1995 Association of Art Historians' conference session of the same name, the collection investigates how sculpture was employed by artists of the time, both as an expressive medium in its own right and in relation to other artistic media. Through examination of a broad range of artistic objects, the contributors evoke the varied nature and utilization of sculpture in the period. Their diverse approaches incorporate analysis and interpretation of individual art works, and the assessment of contracts, letters and accounts.
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A dozen essays, 11 of them revised from the 1995 Association of Historians conference, consider a variety of roles played by sculpture during the Renaissance and into the Baroque period. They explore works of widely contrasting scale and meaning, including two-dimensional renderings of sculpted imagery in drawing and painting, the decoration of medals and bells, small table-top objects, prestigious public monuments, and sculpture's complex interrelationships with painting and architecture. Very well illustrated in black and white. Distributed in the US by Ashgate. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781859282700
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 10/28/1997
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 9.53 (h) x 1.02 (d)

Table of Contents

List of figures
List of contributors
Preface
Acknowledgements
1 Art or artefact? Madonna and Child reliefs in the early Renaissance 1
2 The tomb of Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici and the Old Sacristy at San Lorenzo 25
3 Consorts, mistresses and exemplary women: the female medallic portrait in fifteenth century Italy 43
4 Dimensional tension in the work of Antonio Pollaiuolo 65
5 The debasement of images: the sculptor Andrea Riccio and the applied arts in Padua in the sixteenth century 87
6 The decoration of Italian Renaissance hand-bells 99
7 Discerning the sculptural content of Bronzino's early male portraits: a preliminary investigation 117
8 The fate of two German monuments: histories and interpretations 139
9 Painting versus sculpture: the programmed of the Luneburg town hall 153
10 Tintoretto's drawings after sculpture and his workshop practice 177
11 Daniele da Volterra, Ruberto Strozzi and the equestrian monument to Henry II of France 201
12 A 'dialogue' between sculptor and architect: the statue of S. Filippo Neri in the Cappella Antamori 221
Index 239
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