Venetian Painting in the 15th Century Jacopo Gentile and Giovanni Bellini and Andrea Mantegna
|Editore||Harvey Miller Publishers||Luogo||Londra|
|Dimensioni||21X29 (cm)||Illustrazioni||40 ill. num. a colori e 219 ill. b/n n.t.|
|Legatura||t. tl. ed. con sovracc. ill.||Conservazione|
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Testo in inglese.
A cura di Margareta Vyoral-Tschapka e Michael Pacht.
Otto Pacht, one of the most significant art- historians of the "Vienna School", and well known for his analyses of Early Netherlandish art, turns his attention in this publication to the humanist circle of Early Renaissance painters in Venice, dominated by Jacopo Bellini, his sons Gentile and Giovanni, and also his son-in-law Andrea Mantegna. It was a period of a newly awakened interest in the Antique, of studies made directly from nature, and of trial and error in the technique of perspective.
And in addition, a new awareness of the role of light and colour in the devotional and often monumental images of the Madonna, of altarpieces and of allegories contributed to the founding of what we now recognise as the hall-mark of Venetian painting, that culminated with Titian.
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