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Author by : Antonio Natali Languange Used : en Release Date : 1999 Publisher by : Abbeville Press ISBN : 0789205319 File Size : 45,7 Mb Total Download : 324
By returning to original sources, Natali succeeds in introducing a new Andrea del Sarto (1486-1530), one whose brilliant and moving pictures leap off the pages with startling freshness. Since the 16th century, Andrea has been pictured as a "timid soul, " a view first proposed in Vasari's Lives and perpetuated without revision by later writers. According to this view, the artist was so shy and irresolute that he squandered his gift, living in near obscurity and refusing prosperity and worldly honors. Not so, says Natali, who argues instead that Andrea chose a simple but culturally vibrant life
Author by : Julian Brooks Languange Used : en Release Date : 2015-06-23 Publisher by : Getty Publications ISBN : 9781606064382 File Size : 50,9 Mb Total Download : 411
The great Renaissance artist Andrea del Sarto (1486–1530) rivals Leonardo da Vinci as one of history’s most accomplished draftsmen. Moving beyond the graceful elegance of his contemporaries, such as Raphael and Fra Bartolommeo, he brought unprecedented realism to his drawings through the rough and rustic use of chalk in his powerfully rendered life and compositional studies. With an immediacy few other Renaissance artists possess, del Sarto’s work has proven to be inspirational and compelling to later audiences, with admirers such as Degas and Redon. This lavishly illustrated book reveal