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Art and identity in early modern Rome

Art and identity in early modern Rome

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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, England, Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Art patronage -- Italy -- Rome,
  • Popes -- Art patronage,
  • Art and society -- Italy -- Rome

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [247]-276) and index.

    Statementedited by Jill Burke and Michael Bury.
    ContributionsBurke, Jill, 1971-, Bury, Michael, 1947-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN5273 .A75 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 289 p. :
    Number of Pages289
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16955276M
    ISBN 10075465690X
    ISBN 109780754656906
    LC Control Number2007045048

    ROME, ART IN ROME, ART IN. Like the art and architecture of the early modern city, the art of ancient Rome was largely produced by ambitious immigrants: ever since the legendary early days when Rome welcomed Etruscan kings and Sabine women, its culture had always been both international and eclectic. Source for information on Rome, Art in: Europe, to Encyclopedia of the Early Modern. The Palazzo Pamphilj in Piazza Navona: Constructing Identity in Early Modern Rome. London: Harvey Miller—Brepols, London: Harvey Miller—Brepols, Co-edited with Lisa Fentress, Caroline Goodson, Margaret Laird, Walls and Memory: the Abbey of San Sebastiano at Alatri (Lazio), from Late Roman Monastery to Renaissance Villa and Beyond.

    the palazzo pamphilj in piazza navona. constructing identity in early modern rome by stephanie c leoneAuthor: Susan Russell. Book Review: Frances Gage, "Painting as Medicine in Early Modern Rome: Giulio Mancini and the Efficacy of Art".

    The National Gallery of Modern Art is the largest contemporary art collection in Italy. Discover its amazing collection with Alessandra, a top rated guide specializing in tours with children. The private walking tour starts at the large staircase in front of the main entrance to the gallery, where you can find the large bronze lions. and others, this seminar will consider art and globalism in early modern Rome. Ranging from its many “resident alien” communities to official state visits from Ethiopia, Muscovy, Armenia, Persia, Japan, Congo, Sweden, Poland, or Siam (Thailand), Rome was – and still is – a crossroads of world culture. Readings will include primary sourcesFile Size: 39KB.


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