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Raphael in Florence

£22.99

Product description

Very good condition with little to no wear. Internally clean and bright. Binding strong.

Designed for both the interested general reader looking for an introduction to a complex art-historical subject and the student of art history, this book looks through the eyes of the young Raphael at the cultural environment of Florence during one of the most important periods of Western art history, the wears 1500-1508. The main part of this book examines a selection of the young Raphael's drawings, which allows us to reconstruct his studies in Florence. Each drawing is examined intensively in the context of its prototypes and parallels, and this methods is also applied to a study of the chronological order of Raphael's most important devotional panels from the period. The conclusion incorporates a discussion of three important early altarpieces and sums up Raphael's own influence on the development of Florentine art.

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Author(s):
Capellen, Jurg Meyer Zur
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1996
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
189859208X
ISBN-13:
9781898592082
Number of pages:
264
Publisher:
ill

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Very good condition with little to no wear. Internally clean and bright. Binding strong.

Designed for both the interested general reader looking for an introduction to a complex art-historical subject and the student of art history, this book looks through the eyes of the young Raphael at the cultural environment of Florence during one of the most important periods of Western art history, the wears 1500-1508. The main part of this book examines a selection of the young Raphael's drawings, which allows us to reconstruct his studies in Florence. Each drawing is examined intensively in the context of its prototypes and parallels, and this methods is also applied to a study of the chronological order of Raphael's most important devotional panels from the period. The conclusion incorporates a discussion of three important early altarpieces and sums up Raphael's own influence on the development of Florentine art.

Author(s):
Capellen, Jurg Meyer Zur
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1996
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
189859208X
ISBN-13:
9781898592082
Number of pages:
264
Publisher:
ill

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