Rethinking the High Renaissance : the culture of the visual arts in early sixteenth-century Rome /

"The perception that the early sixteenth century saw a culmination of the Renaissance classical revival - only to degrade into mannerism shortly after Raphael's death in 1520 - has been extremely tenacious; but many scholars agree that this tidy narrative is deeply problematic. Exploring h...

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Other Authors / Creators:Burke, Jill, 1971-
Format: Book
Imprint: Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate, [2012]
Series:Visual culture in early modernity.
Table of Contents:
  • Inventing the High Renaissance, from Winckelmann to Wikipedia: an introductory essay / Jill Burke
  • Teaching (and thinking about) the High Renaissance: with some observations on its relationship to classical antiquity / Brian A. Curran
  • Figments and fragments: Julius II's Rome / Suzanne B. Butters
  • Humanists, historians, and the fullness of time in Renaissance Rome / Kenneth Gouwens
  • Cellini's Roma / Gwendolyn Trottein
  • On the unity/disunity of the arts: Vasari (and others) on architecture / David Cast
  • Bramante and the origins of the "High Renaissance" / Cristoph Luitpold Frommel
  • Classical mistranslations: the absence of a modular system in Calvo's De architectura / Angeliki Pollali
  • Giuliano da Sangallo between Florentine Quattrocento and Roman High Renaissance / Sabine Frommel
  • Perugino, Raphael and the decoration of the Stanza dell'incendio / Michael Bury
  • Forgery, faith and divine hierarchy after Lorenzo Valla / Meredith J. Gill
  • The conception and design of Michelangelo's Sistine chapel ceiling: "wishing just to shed a little light upon the whole rather than mentioning the parts" / David Hemsoll
  • Pope Clement VII and the decorum of medieval art / Sheryl E. Reiss.