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Renaissance Art Reconsidered showcases the aesthetic principles and the workaday practices guiding daily life through these years of extraordinary human achievement. * A major new anthology, bringing to life the places, works, media, and issues that define Renaissance art * Ideal for use on Renaissance studies courses and for reference by students of art history * Moves beyond the borders of Italy to consider European, Mediterranean, and post Byzantine art, widening the traditional focus of Renaissance art * Includes letters, treatises, contracts, inventories, and other public documents, many of which are translated into English for the first time in this volume * Showcases the aesthetic principles and the workaday practices guiding daily life through these years of extraordinary human achievement, providing crucial insight into the art and the context in which it was produced.
Carol M. Richardson is Lecturer in the History of Art Department at The Open University. She is the author of Reclaiming Rome: Cardinals in the Early Renaissance (1400-1480) (2007). Kim W. Woods is Lecturer in the History of Art Department at The Open University. She is the author of Imported Images (2007). Michael W. Franklin is Course Administrator at The Open University.
Release date NZ
January 4th, 2007
Edited by Carol M. Richardson
Edited by Kim W. Woods
Edited by Michael W. Franklin
Country of Publication
Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
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