Art and identity in early modern Rome /

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors / Creators:Burke, Jill, 1971-
Bury, Michael, 1947-
Format: Book
Imprint: Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, [2008]
Online Access:Table of contents only
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • Part 1. Finding Patronage in Early Modern Rome
  • Roma patria comune? Foreigners in early modern Rome
  • The bishop and the artist: the quest for patronage in high Renaissance Rome
  • Between Rome and Ferrara: the courtiers of the Este cardinals in the cinquecento
  • Part 2. Cardinals and their Worldly Goods
  • A cardinal in Rome
  • Ippoloto d'Este in 1560
  • Patronage rivalries: cardinals Oduardo Farnese and Pietro Aldobrandini
  • Protector and protectorate: cardinal Antonio Barberini's art diplomacy for the French crown at the Papal court
  • Part 3. Family Identity and the Papacy
  • Old nobility versus new
  • Colonna art patronage during the Barberini and Pamphilj pontificates (1623-1655)
  • A taste for landscape: Innocent X and Palazzo Pamphilj in Piazza Navona
  • Cardinal Camillo Massimo as art agent of the Altieri
  • Part 4. The Papacy
  • Individual and Institution
  • 'Ruined, untended and derelict': 15th-century papal tombs in St Peter's
  • Prince and pontiff: secular and spiritual authority in Papal State portraiture between Raphael's Julius II and the portraits if Pius V and Clement VIII
  • Family and institutional identity: galleries of Barberini projects
  • Bibliography
  • Index