PREDELLA N. 17-18, 2018 - Adrian Bremenkamp , Sarah K. Kozlowski

PREDELLA N. 17-18, 2018 - Adrian Bremenkamp , Sarah K. KozlowskiAutore: AA.VV.
Curatore: Adrian Bremenkamp, Sarah K. Kozlowski
Titolo: Predella 17-18, 2018
Sottotitolo: New Research on Art in Fifteenth-Century Naples. Nuove ricerche sull’arte del Quattrocento a Napoli
Testo in lingua inglese
Descrizione: Volume in formato 8° (cm 21 x 14,8); 260 pagine; 82 foto b/n e colori fuori testo
Luogo, Editore, data: Pisa, ETS, 2020
Collana: Predella. N. 15
ISBN: 9788846757357
Prezzo: Euro 30,00
Disponibilità: In commercio

 


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This special issue of Predella grew out of a pair of linked sessions held at the annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America in Boston in spring 2016. Organized by Adrian Bremenkamp and Nicole Riesenberger and chaired by Nicolas Bock and Tanja Michalsky, the sessions addressed fifteenth-century Naples and the city’s role as an artistic center within the overlapping contexts of style, patronage, networks of exchange, and historiography.

Together, the presented papers and ensuing discussions formed a stimulating response to and further complication of the topics and themes treated in the seminal Import/Export: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in the Kingdom of Naples, 1266-1713, a special issue of the journal Art History edited by Janis Elliott and Cordelia Warr that emerged from a trio of sessions at the Renaissance Society of America in San Francisco in spring 20061.
In the ten short years since 2008, when Import/Export appeared in print, the field of Neapolitan studies has seen a veritable boom, especially in work that sets Naples in a broader geographical context and positions the city as a node in ever-shifting networks of artists, patrons, iconographies, typologies, and styles.

Indice
Adrian Bremenkamp and Sarah K. Kozlowski
Introduction

Adrian Bremenkamp
Renaissance Made in Naples: Alfonso of Aragon as Role Model to Federicoda Montefeltro

Tanja L. Jones
The Mediterranean Context: Pisanello’s Medals for Alfonso I of Naples

Philine Helas
The Triumph of Alfonso of Aragon in Naples: From Living Images to Pictorial Representations

Teresa D’Urso
Una Resurrezione del Maestro delle Ore Tocco al Brooklyn Museum: sulle tracce dei corali quattrocenteschi di San Domenico Maggiore a Napoli

Emanuele Zappasodi
Per la giovinezza di Giovanni da Gaeta

Virginia Caramico
La Madonna del Cucito: un affresco nel contesto del presbiterio di Santa Chiara a Napoli

Leah R. Clark
Objects of Exchange: Diplomatic Entanglements in Fifteenth-Century Naples

Sarah K. Kozlowski
Jan van Eyck’s Saint George and the Dragon between Bruges and Naples

 


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