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by Cathleen Hoeniger

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0521461545
Author:
Cathleen Hoeniger
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Cambridge University Press; First Edition edition (September 29, 1995)
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Start by marking The Renovation of Paintings in Tuscany, 1250-1500 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. By investigating the religious and social motivations underlying these renovations, Cathleen Hoeniger argues, the historical significance of such practices can be revealed. The compound images that have resulted from transformations can be viewed more positively as "carriers of history. Hoeniger's study demonstrates how the methods of art history and conservation can be bridged to produce new and exciting conclusions about the form and meaning of art works.

This study focuses on several early Italian paintings of religious and civic importance that .

This study focuses on several early Italian paintings of religious and civic importance that were physically transformed and reframed after their completion to accommodate cult practices and changes in taste. These images have traditionally been evaluated negatively because of their aesthetic impurity, an attitude that has encouraged the removal of later additions by restorers and conservators. Cambridge University Press.

The Renovation of Paintings in Tuscany, 1250-1500, 186 pages (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge . Book launch and celebratory Symposium held at the Royal Academy, Burlington House, London, September 24, 2009.

The Renovation of Paintings in Tuscany, 1250-1500, 186 pages (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995).

Cathleen Hoeniger is Associate Professor of Art History at Queen's University in Canada. She is also the author of The Renovation of Paintings in Tuscany, 1250-1500 (Cambridge University Press, 1995). The author of numerous journal articles and book chapters, she has recently contributed to Conservation: Principles, Dilemmas and Uncomfortable Truths and The Cambridge Companion to Raphael. Country of Publication.

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The renovation of paintings in Tuscany, 1250–1500 Her book, The Renovation of Paintings in Tuscany, 1250–1500, examines the reworkings to a number of important early Italian paintings i. .

The renovation of paintings in Tuscany, 1250–1500. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. CATHLEEN HOENIGER is associate professor of art history at Queen's University in Canada, where she teaches Italian medieval and Renaissance art as well as the crossover area between art history and art conservation. She is currently working on a broader study of art restoration and taste.

by Cathleen Hoeniger. This study focuses on several early Italian paintings of religious and civic importance that were physically transformed and reframed after their completion to accommodate cult practices and changes in taste.

The Renovation of Paintings in Tuscany, 1250‑1500" (Cambridge University Press, 1995)

The Renovation of Paintings in Tuscany, 1250‑1500" (Cambridge University Press, 1995). Undergraduate Courses ARTH 214 Renaissance Art and Architecture before 1500 ARTH 260 Culture and Conflict ARTH 312 Quattrocento Painting ARTH 401 Studies in Iconography ARTH 404 Conservation Principles. ARTH 811: Museums, Collecting and Culture II: The Louvre Museum, 1793-1815 ARTH 840 Raphael of Urbino ARTH 860 Cultural Heritage Preservation.

Category:Paintings in Tuscany. This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total. P. Paintings in Arezzo‎ (2 P). Paintings in Cortona‎ (3 P). Paintings in Florence‎ (9 C, 14 P). Paintings in Pisa‎ (1 C, 1 P).

This study focuses on several early Italian paintings of religious and civic importance that were physically transformed and reframed after their completion to accommodate cult practices and changes in taste. These images have traditionally been evaluated negatively because of their aesthetic impurity, an attitude that has encouraged the removal of later additions by restorers and conservators. By investigating the religious and social motivations underlying these renovations, Cathleen Hoeniger argues, the historical significance of such practices can be revealed. The compound images that have resulted from transformations can be viewed more positively as "carriers of history." Hoeniger's study demonstrates how the methods of art history and conservation can be bridged to produce new and exciting conclusions about the form and meaning of art works.