Florentine sculptors of the Renaissance. Translated by Jessie Haynes.
|Location||Call Number||Status||Consortium Loan|
Visual Arts Collection (N-NX,TR) Lower Level
|NB615 .B6 1968||Available||Request|
Mullen Library stacks
|NB621.F6 B66 F6 E5 1968||Available||Request|
Florentiner Bildhauer der Renaissance. English
Brown, Florence Lucy Rudston, 1875-
Italy -- Florence.
Sculptors -- Italy -- Florence.
Sculpture, Italian -- Italy -- Florence.
Sculpture, Renaissance -- Italy -- Florence.
Essay index reprint series.
xii, 258 pages illustrations 26 cm.
Reprint of the 2d ed., rev. by F.L.R. Brown, 1928.
Translation of Florentiner Bildhauer der Renaissance.
Introduction: The development of Florentine sculpture and its importance in the Renaissance art of Italy -- Donatello as architect and decorator -- The Madonna in Florentine sculpture of the Renaissance -- Lorenzo Ghiberti as leader of the Florentine clay-modellers of the early half of the quattrocento -- The Madonna relief of Donatello and their reproductions by his pupils and followers -- Luca della Robbia -- A Madonna relief by Donatello and its imitation by Desiderio and other pupils of Donatello -- Desiderio da Settignano and Francesco Laurana as portrait sculptors, the true bust of Marietta Strozzi -- Portraits of the sons of the Florentine nobility of the quattrocento in busts of the boy Christ and the youthful St. John -- On the development of the 'genre' style and the 'putto' in Florentine plastic art of the quattrocento -- Bertoldo di Giovanni -- The Florentine medallist Nicolo di Forzore Spinelli -- Youthful workers by Michelangelo and their relation to his teachers and predecessors -- On some Pieta groups by Giovanni della Robbia, and the influence of Savonarola on Florentine art.
|WorldCat||Search OCLC WorldCat|
Export citation to: RefWorks