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Author by : Lisa Jardine Languange Used : en Release Date : 2005-04-01 Publisher by : Reaktion Books ISBN : 9781861895493 File Size : 51,5 Mb Total Download : 242
Looking outward for confirmation of who they were and what defined them as "civilized," Europeans encountered the returning gaze of what we now call the East, in particular the attention of the powerful Ottoman Empire. Global Interests explores the historical interactions that arose from these encounters as it considers three less-examined art objects—portrait medals, tapestries, and equestrian art—from a fresh and stimulating perspective. As portable artifacts, these objects are particularly potent tools for exploring the cultural currents flowing between the Orient and Occident. Global I
Author by : Catherine E. King Languange Used : en Release Date : 2008-03-15 Publisher by : Manchester University Press ISBN : 0719075564 File Size : 55,7 Mb Total Download : 781
Representing Renaissance art, c.1500-c.1600 is a study of change and continuity in the iconographics of art and the visual representation of artists during the 16th century, especially in Italy and the Netherlands. This book considers the maintenance of well-established traditions for the visual representation of artists and also examines the new iconographics that emerged in the 16th century. By highlighting art and architecture which artists designed for their personal use--including the decoration of their houses--this study provides insight into the tastes and ways of looking special to ar