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Cultural Exchange between the Low Countries and Italy (1400-1600)

I. Alexander-Skipnes (ed.)
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VIII+292 p., 150 b/w ill. + 18 colour ill., 210 x 297 mm, 2007
ISBN: 978-2-503-51838-1
Languages: English
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Online content: http://dx.doi.org/10.1484/M.MAC-EB.6.09070802050003050108030801

Contents:

Preface - Diane Wolfthal, Florentine Bankers, Flemish Friars, and the Patronage of the Portinari Altarpiece – Michael Rohlmann, The Annunciation by Joos Ammann in Genoa: Context, Function and Metapictorial Quality – Creighton Gilbert, Piero and Bouts – Francis Ames-Lewis, Sources and Documents for the Use of the Oil Medium in Fifteenth-Century Italian Painting – Maria Clelia Galassi, Aspects of Antonello da Messina’s Technique and Working Method in the 1470s: Between Italian and Flemish Tradition – Colin Eisler, Flying Pictorial Carpets - Tapestries’ Transalpine Agendas – Ingrid D. Rowland, Agostino Chigi’s Flemish Connection – Elizabeth Ross, Mainz at the Crossroads of Utrecht and Venice: Erhard Reuwich and the Peregrinatio in terram sanctam (1486) – Ingrid Alexander-Skipnes, Northern Realism and Carthusian Devotion: Bergognone’s Christ Carrying the Cross for the Certosa of Pavia – Marina Belozerskaya, Critical Mass: Importing Luxury Industries Across the Alps – Barbara G. Lane, Memling’s Impact on the Early Raphael – Laura D. Gelfand, Regional Styles and Political Ambitions: Margaret of Austria’s Monastic Foundation at Brou – Yona Pinson, Moralized Triumphal Chariots - Metamorphosis of Petrarch’s Trionfi in Northern Art (c. 1530- c. 1560) – Frits Scholten, Spiriti veramente divini: Sculptors from the Low Countries in Italy, 1500-1600 – Nello Forti Grazzini, Brussels Tapestries for Italian Customers: Cardinal Montalto’s Landscape with Animals Made by Jan II Raes and Catherine van den Eynde – Bibliography - Colour Plates

 

Review

“The volume is a valuable contribution to the study of Netherlandish-Italian relations in all its diversity. (…) the volume belongs on the shelf of every scholar involved in the subject.” (L. Hendrikman, in: Historians of netherlandish art, www.hnanews.org/hna/bookreview/current/skipnes.html)

Interest Classification:
Fine Arts & Performing Arts
Art History (general)
Renaissance art history
Painting
Renaissance painting

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