Catalogue


Venetian painting matters, 1450-1750 /
edited by Jodi Cranston.
imprint
Turnhout, Belgium : Brepols, [2015]
description
160 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
ISBN
2503535267, 9782503535265
format(s)
Book
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imprint
Turnhout, Belgium : Brepols, [2015]
isbn
2503535267
9782503535265
contents note
Introduction / Jodi Cranston -- Jacopo Bellini and the Drawing of Idolatry / Christian K. Kleinub -- A Proposal for the Concert Champětre: Sebastiano? / Jonathan Unglaub -- La Più Rara Pittura: Titan's Submision of Barbarossa to Alexander III / Patricia Meilman -- Titan's Choice / Maria Ruvoldt -- Late Titan and the Haptic Gaze / Jodi Cranston -- Questioning Connoisseurship: the Other Late Titian in Boston / Frederick Ilchman -- The Duties of Life and the Inevitability of Death: Frans Hal's Women Regents of the Old men's home in Harrlem / Lisa Vergara -- The 'Meaning of the Mar' : Gianantonio Guardi's Optical Investigations / Johanna Fassl.
general note
Collection of essays that focus on the Venetian style of painting and the influence of Venetian painters.
catalogue key
11045467
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Summaries
Long Description
This book brings together essays about painting in Venice during three centuries of remarkable artistic production, influence, and exchange. The chronological scope of the anthology reflects the crucial interrelationship between the life of the arts and the republic, but also indicates the longevity of the distinctive, but not in the least isolated, mode of making and looking that engaged painters and viewers both inside and outside of Venice. The focused themes that emerge in the essaysthe artists self-perception, the role of innovation and tradition in formal and material aspects of pictorial composition, the artistic exchange between Venice and other cities, both east and west, and the unique political and social pressures on artistic production and receptionreflect the Venetian engagement with many of the central concerns that preoccupied early modern artists. The dialogue established between Venetian art and society underpins all of the essays in the anthology; however, their critical focus remains on the formal, stylistic, and structural aspects of the pictures and how these visual mechanisms express meaning and shape viewer response.

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