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The world of the Florentine Renaissance artist : projects and patrons, workshop and art market / Martin Wackernagel ; translated by Alison Luchs.


Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, [1981] .
ISBN 0691039666, 0691101175

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Standard Title Lebensraum des Künstlers in der florentinischen Renaissance. English
Subjects Art de la Renaissance -- Italie -- Florence.
Art italien -- Italie -- Florence.
Art patronage -- Italy -- Florence.
Art patronage.
Art, Italian -- Italy -- Florence.
Art, Italian.
Art, Renaissance -- Italy -- Florence.
Art, Renaissance.
Arte renacentista -- Florencia.
Artistes -- Italie -- Florence.
Artists -- Italy -- Florence.
Artists.
Italy -- Florence.
Kunst.
Kunstenaars.
Mécénat -- Italie -- Florence.
Renaissance.
Sociale omgeving.
Description xxx, 447 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1981]
©1981
Notes Translation of Der Lebensraum des Künstlers in der florentinischen Renaissance.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Translation of Der Lebensraum des Kunstlers in der florentinischen Renaissance.
Contents part 1. The commissions: chapter 1. Great projects and work on them from 1420 to 1530 -- chapter 2. Sculptural commissions -- chapter 3. Painting commissions -- chapter 4. Artistic participation in the staging of public festivities and spectacles -- part 2. The patrons: chapter 5. The city government and the guilds -- chapter 6. Private patronage in the early and mid-quattrocento -- chapter 7. Lorenzo Magnifico, Piero di Lorenzo, and Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco de' Medici -- chapter 8. Patrons from the Medici circle in Florence and the Netherlands: the Sassetti, Portinari, Tornabuoni, Filippo Strozzi, and others -- chapter 9. Patrons of the High Renaissance and extra-Florentine commissioners and collectors -- chapter 10. The general attitude toward art: the public and the artist -- part 3. The artist's workshop and the art market: chapter 11. The artist class: its numerical strength, professional organization, and occupational divisions -- chapter 12. Studios and their working procedures -- chapter 13. Business practices in the workshop and art market -- chapter 14. The artists.
Geographic Area Italy
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7170121
(OCoLC)ocm07170121
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Wackernagel, Martin, 1881-1962.
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