City views in the Habsburg and Medici courts depictions of rhetoric and rule in the sixteenth century /
"In City Views in the Habsburg and Medici Courts, Ryan E. Gregg relates how Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, and Duke Cosimo I of Tuscany employed city view artists such as Anton van den Wyngaerde and Giovanni Stradano to aid in constructing authority. These artists produced a specific style of c...
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|Imprint:||Leiden ; Boston : Brill, |
|Series:||Brill's studies in intellectual history,
volume 294 |
Brill's studies on art, art history, and intellectual history ; volume 35
|Online Access:||Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.|
Table of Contents:
- Witnessing sovereignty: Anton van den Wyngaerde's city views as Habsburg courtly propaganda
- The Antwerp school of city views
- Vasari, historiography, and the rhetoric of city views
- Defining ducal dominion : Giovanni Stradano's city views in the apartment of Leo X.