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Author: Loren Partridge
ISBN: 0131344005
Pages: 184 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1 edition (March 20, 2005)
Language: English
Category: History & Criticism
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e-Book Art of Renaissance Rome, The (Reissue), Perspectives Series epub download

by Loren Partridge



Art of Renaissance Rome 1400-1600, The Paperback.

Art of Renaissance Rome 1400-1600, The Paperback. Part of Prentice Hall's Perspectives series of moderately priced, heavily illustrated, high-quality paperback books on specific subjects in art history, this book discusses the art of Rome in the Renaissance in the context of its patronage.

Автор: Loren Partridge Название: Art of Renaissance Rome, The (Reissue) Издательство: Pearson . Описание: This book retraces the development of classical imagery in the visual arts of the Italian Renaissance.

Описание: This book retraces the development of classical imagery in the visual arts of the Italian Renaissance.

This activity is likely to reduce the book by at least one tenth. Art of Renaissance Rome, The (Reissue), Perspectives Series Paperback. I will persevere as it is on the reading list for a holiday to Rome I am beginning on 9th February 2012.

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Part of Prentice Halls Perspectives series of moderately priced, heavily illustrated, high-quality paperback books on specific subjects in art history, this book discusses the art of Rome in the Renaissance in the context of its patronage. Read full description. See details and exclusions . by Partridge, Loren Paperback.

Loren Wayne Partridge, American art historian, educator Art of Renaissance Rome, The (Reissue), Perspectives Series.

Loren Wayne Partridge, American art historian, educator. Scholar Yale University, 1955-1958, Harvard University, 1964-1966; Fulbright fellow, 1958-1959, 75, American Academy in Rome fellow, 1966-1968, Kress fellow Institute for Advanced Studies, 1974-1975, University California, 1972, 77, 82, 85, 93-94, 99-2000, 2003-2004, Guggenheim fellow, 1981-1992; grantee Kress Foundation, 1968-1969, 71-72, Getty. Art of Renaissance Rome, The (Reissue), Perspectives Series. For undergraduate courses after the introductory survey.

Part of Prentice Hall's Perspectives series of moderately priced, heavily illustrated, high-quality paperback books on specific subjects in art history, this book discusses the art of Rome in the Renaissance in the context of its patronage. Art movements and art works in their historical, cultural, and political context. Gives the student a sense of art's place in the world, as well as its importance. A wealth of illustrations with high-quality color printing. Helps students to see, and better understand, the works being discussed.

Rome as we know it is largely a creation of the Renaissance, restructured and risen anew from a neglected medieval town. This book traces the extraordinary works of painting, sculpture and architecture commissioned by Rome's church and civic nobility as part of their rival bids for power and prestige. With the aid of 118 illustrations, most of them in colour, Loren Partridge charts the course of Rome's transformation into the most magnificent showpiece of the Catholic world.

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For undergraduate courses after the introductory survey. Suitable also as supplement to the introductory survey. Suitable also for junior-senior-level and specialized courses. Part of Prentice Hall's Perspectives series of moderately priced, heavily illustrated, high-quality paperback books on specific subjects in art history, this book discusses the art of Rome in the Renaissance in the context of its patronage.