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David Chambers,Francois Quivigier,F. Quiviger
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François Quiviger joined the Warburg Institute as a doctoral student in 1983. Italian Academies of the Sixteenth Century.

François Quiviger joined the Warburg Institute as a doctoral student in 1983. He has worked at the Institute since 1987, first as an assistant librarian and then as curator of digital resources from 2010. He has contributed to the Warburg Institute's MA in Cultural & Intellectual History as well as to the V&A, RCA course on the history of design and the UCL MA in Reception of the Classical World.

A collection of essays which examines the central role academies played in Italian cultural life of the 16th century. The Italian Academies of the Sixteenth Century (Warburg Institute Colloquia). It contains most of the papers given at a colloquium held at the Warburg Institute. 0854810927 (ISBN13: 9780854810925).

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David Chambers and François Quiviger (London: Warburg Institute, 1995), pp. 175–94. L’accademia dei Gelati e le arti figurative, in Italian Academies of the Sixteenth Century, ed. 35. Gabrieli, Contributi alla storia della Accademia dei Lincei, 2 vols. David Chambers and François Quiviger (London: Warburg Institute, 1995), pp. 115–16, notes the scarce allusion to the figurative arts in poetic compositions by members of the Accademia dei Gelati, especially between 1500 and 1600, when the only reference to someone’s emblem is in Melchiorre Zoppio’s poem.

by Francois Quiviger. Publication Name: Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. Italian Academies of the Sixteenth Century, eds. F. Quiviger, . The Renaissance often refers to an era when art, philosophy and other profound expressions of human culture underwent a revolutionary rebirth more.

Chambers, David S. and François Quiviger, ed. Italian Academies of the Sixteenth Century, (London: The Warburg Institute, 1995). Cochrane, Eric W. ‘The Renaissance Academies in their Italian and European Setting’, in The Fairest Flower. The Emergence of Linguistic National Conciousness in Renaissance Europe (Florence: Accademia, 1985), pp. 21-39. Daniele, Antonio, ‘Sperone Speroni, Bernardino Tomitano e l’Accademia degli Infiammati di Padova’, in Antonio Daniele, Sperone Speroni (Padua: Programma, 1989), pp. 1-54. De Gaetano, Armand . Giambattista Gelli and the Florentine Academy.

A member of the School of Advanced Study, its focus is the study of cultural history and the role of images in culture – cross-disciplinary and global. It is concerned with the histories of art and science, and their relationship with superstition, magic, and popular beliefs.

David Chambers is a Reader in Renaissance Studies, Warburg Institute. Brian Pullan is with the Department of Modern History, University of Manchester. Series: RSART: Renaissance Society of America Reprint Text Series (Book 12). Paperback: 484 pages. Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division (March 30, 2001).