From Magic to High Fashion: Classical Tradition and the Renaissance of Roman Patronage (1420-1600)

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9780952081302: From Magic to High Fashion: Classical Tradition and the Renaissance of Roman Patronage (1420-1600)

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Locke, Richard
Published by Mill Hill Publications (1993)
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Book Description Mill Hill Publications, 1993. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. pb, 167pp, illlus. Cover creased. Bookseller Inventory # 1708008

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Cocke, Richard.
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Book Description Mill Hill Publications, Norwich., 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. 8vo, paperback. Vg+ condition. Slightest smudging to rear cover; contents bright, crisp & clean, virtually unopened. 167 p., illus. Bookseller Inventory # 1121109.24

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COCKE, RICHARD
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Book Description Mill Hill Publications, Norwich, 1993. Card Covers. Book Condition: Good copy. 1st edition. Rear cover illustration to Vergil, by Simone Martini. Contents: I). 1). Collecting classical statuary in antiquity: the coming of Christianity. 2). Charlemagne and the revival of the Christian Roman Empire. 3). The twelfth-century rediscovery of Rome. 4). The influence of the Northern traditions. 5). Petrarch, antiquarianism and the fame of the artist. II). 1). The return of the Papacy Martin V, Eugenius IV and Nicholas V. 2). Rome's former grandeur - The study of Classical sculpture in sketchbooks and antiquarian drawings. 3). The Papal princedom, from Pius II to Sixtus IV. 4). Villa life and the rediscovery of Classical painting. 5). Private patronage: Cardinals Carafa, Riario and Jean Bilhères de Lagraulas. III). 1). Julius II as the second Caesar. 2). Bramante - St. Peter's, the Belvedere and Tempietto. 3). Michelangelo - The Julius tomb - The Sistine ceiling. 4). Raphael - The Stanza della Segnatura. 5). Papal propaganda: The Stanza d'Eliodoro. IV). 1). The Papal princedom achieved - Leo X. 2). Papal propaganda: The Later Stanze. 3). Papal 'Magnificence': the tapestries. 4). Raphael as Papal architect: St. Peter's - 'Magnificence': the logge and Sala di Costantino. 5). Private patronage: The Cardinalatial 'Magnificence' of the Villa Madama. 6). Raphael's private patronage - Agostino Chigi: A new home for the Gods. 7). Agostino Ghigi 'A second heaven in the Thunderer's abode'. 8). Alfonso d'Este and Elena Duglioli dall'Olio. Postscript: Roman patronage after the Sack and the Protestant challenge. With footnotes, bibliography and index. 50 illustrations. 167 pag. Size: 21cmx14,5cm. Bookseller Inventory # 025056

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