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by Laurence B. Kanter,Dabbara Drake Boehm

Download Painting and Illumination in Early Renaissance Florence, 1300-1450 eBook
ISBN:
0870997254
Author:
Laurence B. Kanter,Dabbara Drake Boehm
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History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Metropolitan Museum of Art (April 1, 1995)
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394 pages
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Kanter, Laurence . Barbara Drake Boehm, Carl Brandon Strehlke, Gaudenz Freuler, Christa C. .Christiansen, Keith, Laurence B. Kanter, and Carl Brandon Strehlke. Painting in Renaissance Siena, 1420–1500. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1988.

Kanter, Laurence . Mayer Thurman, and Pia Palladino (1994). This title is out of print. The sumptuous illuminated manuscripts of Early Renaissance Florence have traditionally been overshadowed by the better-known monumental arts of the period.

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The sumptuous illuminated manuscripts of Early Renaissance Florence have traditionally been overshadowed by.The first, by Laurence B. Kanter, presents an overview of Florentine illumination between 1300 and 1450 and thumbnail sketches of the artists featured in this volume.

The sumptuous illuminated manuscripts of Early Renaissance Florence have traditionally been overshadowed by the better-known monumental arts of the period. The Metropolitan Museum of Art seeks to redress the imbalance by mounting an exhibition of Florentine miniatures produced between 1300 and 1450 from collections in Europe and the United States. The second essay, by Barbara Drake Boehm, focuses on the types of books illuminators helped to create.

Laurence B. Kanter, Barbara Drake Boehm. Small and frequently exquisite images painted on wood panels, glass, and parchment between 1300 and 1450 by five generations of artists in Florence are the focus of this book.

Items related to Painiting and Illumination in Early Renaissance Florence. The book was to accompany an exhibition of Florentine minitaures produced between 1300 and 1450 from collections in Europe and the United States. Painiting and Illumination in Early Renaissance Florence 1300-1450. Some of the important books whose pages have been disseminated are here reconstructed for the first time since they were cut apart (including manuscripts, panel paintings, drawings, embroideries and reverse painting on glass. Bookseller Inventory 13.

by Barbara Drake Boehm and Laurence B. Kanter. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780870997259.

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Boehm, Barbara Drake. Subject: Illumination of books and manuscripts, Renaissance - Italy - Florence - Exhibitions. Author: Strehlke, Carl Brandon.

Find nearly any book by Laurence B. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Painting and Illumination in Early Renaissance Florence, 1300-1450. by Laurence B. ISBN 9780870997259 (978-0-87099-725-9) Hardcover, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1995.

Published in conjunction with an exhibit of the same name mounted at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, November 1994 to February 1995. Four extended essays explore several aspects of illuminated books by five generations of artists in Florence. The catalogue section includes 55 entries on 110 works of art, accompanied by 296 illustrations, about half in color; each entry includes a descriptive commentary, a provenance, and references. Because many illuminated books were cut apart and disseminated into different collections, a goal of the exhibition was to reconstruct disassembled books, in some cases for the first time. 10x12" Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.