Literary sources of art history : an anthology of texts from Theophilus to Goethe / selected and edited by Elizabeth Gilmore Holt.


Princeton, N.J. : Princeton Univ. Press, 1947.

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Other Authors Holt, Elizabeth Basye Gilmore,
Subjects Art -- History -- Sources.
Pacheco, Francisco, 1564-1644. Art of painting.
Description xx, 555 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1947.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. The Middle Ages: Raul Glaber -- Leo of Ostia -- Theophilus -- St. Bernard of Clairvaux -- Abbot Suger -- Letters on how Chartres was built -- Gervase of Canterbury -- Villard de Honnecourt -- William Durand -- Procession at the completion of Duccio's Majesty (1311) -- Cennino Cennini -- 2. The Renaissance: [1.] Italy: Lorenzo Ghiberti -- Antonio Manetti -- Leon Battista Alberti -- Antonio Averlino, Il Filarete -- Piero Della Francesca -- Contract of Pietro Perugino with the Benedictine monks of S. Pietro at Perugia -- Leonardo Da Vinci -- Michelangelo Buonarroti -- Giorgio Vasari -- Benvenuto Cellini -- Francisco de Hollanda -- Sebastiano Serlio -- Andrea Palladio -- The Council of Trent and religious art -- Paolo Veronese -- The Carracci -- Bartolomeo Ammannati -- Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo -- Federigo Zuccaro -- [2.] Northern Europe: Albrecht Dürer -- Carel Van Mander -- Joachim von Sandrart -- 3. The baroque: [1.] Italy: Giovanni Pietro Bellori -- Vincenzio Giustiniani -- Filippo Baldinucci -- [2.] France: Paul de Fréart, Sieur de Chantelou -- Nicolas Poussin -- Charles Le Brun -- Philippe de Champaigne -- Charles Alphonse Du Fresnoy -- Roger de Piles -- [3.] The Netherlands: Peter Paul Rubens -- Rembrandt Van Rijn -- [4.] Spain: Vicencio Carducho -- Francisco Pacheco -- Jusepe Martínez -- Antonio Palomino -- 4. The eighteenth century: [1.] England: Lord Shaftesbury -- William Hogarth -- Sir Joshua Reynolds -- [2.] France: Denis Diderot -- [3.] Germany: Johann J. Winckelmann -- Gotthold E. Lessing -- Goethe.
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