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by Barbara C. Anderson,Mark A. Roglán,Amanda W. Dotseth

Download Fernando Gallego and His Workshop: The Altarpiece from Ciudad Rodrigo eBook
ISBN:
0856676519
Author:
Barbara C. Anderson,Mark A. Roglán,Amanda W. Dotseth
Category:
History & Criticism
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English
Publisher:
Philip Wilson Publishers; 1st edition (June 15, 2008)
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240 pages
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In 1988, Barbara Anderson wrote an article arguing the Pietà acquired by the J. Paul Getty Museum in 1985 was . Dotseth, Amanda . et al. Fernando Gallego and His Workshop: The Altarpiece from Ciudad Rodrigo, SMU: Meadows Museum, 2008.

In 1988, Barbara Anderson wrote an article arguing the Pietà acquired by the J. Paul Getty Museum in 1985 was from the circle of Fernando Gallego blunt rejection of the female beauty and decorous grief typical of fifteenth-century depictions of the Virgin.

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Teaching Assistant of Mark Roglán, chief . 2008 Maestro Bartolomé’s Use of Prints in the Ciudad Rodrigo Altarpiece, in Fernando Gallego and His Workshop: The Altarpiece from Ciudad Rodrigo – Paintings from the Collection of the University of Arizona Museum of Art, eds.

Teaching Assistant of Mark Roglán, chief curator of the Meadows Museum and assistant professor of art history. Romanesque Architecture. Dotseth, Barbara C. Anderson and Mark A. Roglán, London, 2008, 117-145. Other academic activity. 2012-2015, Predoctoral Fellow, Instituto de Historia, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid.

It suppose that Gallego there had to be employed in Campo de Penaranda, at date before to 1490, executing an altarpiece dedicated to the . Fernando Gallego and His Workshop: The Altarpiece from Ciudad Rodrigo.

It suppose that Gallego there had to be employed in Campo de Penaranda, at date before to 1490, executing an altarpiece dedicated to the Passion of Christ and the life. of the Virgin, therefore, also to Christ's infancy. Of the mentioned altarpiece only there have come to us three of his tables, the last one from which, the Resurrection, it is studied in depth and attributed to the painter for tulle first in this article.

This major publication sheds new light on one of the most important artworks produced in late fifteenth century Spain.

The twenty-six panels of the altarpiece of the cathedral of Ciudad Rodrigo (Castile) rank among the most beautiful and ambitious works by two of Castile’s gifted late medieval painters, Fernando Gallego and the virtually unknown Master Bartolomé. Accompanying a major new exhibition of their work, this extensively illustrated volume includes full catalog entries for each of the panels, as well as a collection of essays exploring both their cultural and artistic significance. Ranging in subject matter from the physical life and composition of the altarpiece itself, to Fernando Gallego, the Hispano-Flemish tradition in Spain and millennialism in late fifteenth-century Castile, these essays highlight individual techniques and workshop practices in the context of the cosmopolitan communities of a gothic city.