Italian Renaissance

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the early period when Italy was the center of the Renaissance

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The V&A's Medieval and Renaissance Galleries, which opened in 2009, incorporate a digital reconstruction of the Florentine Renaissance church of Santa Chiara, sections of which were dismantled, shipped, and rebuilt on the Museum's South Kensington site in the 1860s (Fig.
com have continually satisfied the need for art and commercial production, typical of the evolution of artisan workmanship from the Florentine Renaissance to today.
Only a few artists were able to assimilate the lessons of Leonardo and Michelangelo, among them Rosso Fiorentino and Pontormo, with Pontormo as the last exponent of the Florentine Renaissance.
He placed the name America on the Brazil-Argentine coast to recognize the planetary knowledge given by Amerigo Vespucci, Florentine Renaissance astronomer and explorer.
The hotel offers modern amenities in a boutique ambiance due to its Florentine Renaissance architecture and offers 362 guestrooms and suites.
The new militia of 1506 is one of the most intriguing episodes in the political history of the Florentine Renaissance, and carries great importance fo the light it sheds on the cultural modes and intellectual life of early Cinquecento Florence.
KK: When I was in college and sort of wavering between the 20th century and the Florentine Renaissance, the key book that influenced me was probably Robert Rosenblum's book on Cubism.
Masterpieces, many conserved especially for the show, have been assembled from all over the world; some of the greatest and largest works come from Florentine collections, but the Florentine Renaissance is world heritage, and many works have been loaned from leading European and American museums.
This volume of the Cambridge series Ideas in Context examines the historical and intellectual context of classical republicanism from the late Middle Ages through Florentine Renaissance humanism to American republicanism (for the latter see especially William J.
The earliest American collectors of Italian primitives, Thomas Bryan and James Jarves had purchased a few and so had, among others, many English private collectors both in England and in Tuscany during the ninenteeth-century revival of the Florentine Renaissance.
The title of the book is rather misleading;, The Florentine Renaissance Hospital would have been more appropriate, as nearly all of the research material is Florentine.
1421) was one of the great artists of the early Florentine Renaissance.
in Washington, DC, where the exhibition of the Florentine Renaissance sculptor Desiderio da Settignano has entered its final lap of honour.
The volume contains a usef ul list of Florentine Renaissance palaces with bibliographical information, indicating the wealth of extant material as well as the often provisional state of research.