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The art of Florence

Glenn M. Andres

The art of Florence

by Glenn M. Andres

  • 19 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Abbeville Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy,
  • Florence.
    • Subjects:
    • Art, Italian -- Italy -- Florence,
    • Art, Renaissance -- Italy -- Florence

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Glenn Andres, John M. Hunisak, A. Richard Turner ; principal photography by Takashi Okamura.
      ContributionsHunisak, John M., 1944-, Turner, Richard, 1932-, Okamura, Takashi, 1927-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN6921.F7 A387 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. (1312 p.) :
      Number of Pages1312
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3164482M
      ISBN 100896594025
      LC Control Number83006394

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Mar 04,  · Matching an elegant and sophisticated text by three leading art historians with hundreds of glorious color photographs, The Art of Florence immerses us in a city and a time of unparalleled cultural ferment. This important and uncommonly beautiful publication analyzes the history of Florentine art in terms of the distinctly Florentine and Tuscan influences that shaped it—an approach never Cited by: 7.

Jan 01,  · The Art of Florence. Three leading art historians immerse readers in a city and a time of unparalleled cultural ferment--analyzing Florentine art as revealed through hundreds of glorious color photos.

color illustrations. b&w. 2 volumes w/slipcase/5. Jul 28,  · Florence Thomas, a native of the Grassy Creek community of Ashe County, North Carolina, painted most of her life. She began her career in at the Moore Institute of Art, Science and Industry in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and well into her nineties continued to paint the landscapes, still lifes, rural scenes, and farm animals that brought her renown.5/5(1).

Feb 02,  · Matching an elegant and sophisticated text by three leading art historians with hundreds of glorious color photographs, The Art of Florence immerses us in a city and a time of unparalleled cultural ferment. This important and uncommonly beautiful publication analyzes the history of Florentine art in terms of the distinctly Florentine and Tuscan influences that shaped it—an approach never 5/5(1).

"The Art of Florence promptly established itself as a classic." -- International Herald Tribune "Along with this visual feast comes a substantial and well-written chronological account This work will delight students, travelers, and general readers, as well as specialists.".

May 29,  · The history of sculpture in Florence during this period is of great importance in Western art history and Partridge covers it well with well written sections on Michelangelo, Ghiberti, and Donatello. Partridge explores the art and architecture in light of the political developments, especially patronage of the Medici family/5(7).

Aug 09,  · "For years Florence, Italy, has been a sacred city whose very walls breathe beauty. In vivid essays and more than 2, lush images, this glorious book covers the great collections of the Uffizi, the Pitti Palace, the Accademia and the Duomo, plus key works in 28 of the city's additional museums and churches/5(76).

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THE ART OF FLORENCE does full justice to its subject -- and it's a lot cheaper than plane fare to Italy. The last time I was in Italy I witnessed three muggings, one in the Church of Santa Maria Novella, and those experiences were so unnerving that I couldn't fully concentrate on the loveliness of the many treasures before me.5/5(4).

Matching an elegant and sophisticated text by three leading art historians with hundreds of glorious color photographs, The Art of Florence immerses us in a city and a time of unparalleled cultural ferment.

This important and uncommonly beautiful publication analyzes the history of Florentine art in terms of the distinctly Florentine and Tuscan influences that shaped it—an approach never before employed /5(20).

Aug 01,  · Many books of this kind try to cover a large number of artworks and in so doing give none the in-depth attention they deserve; An Art Lover's Guide to Florence, on the other hand, takes time to explain the social, political and historical context of the Florentine Renaissance, and then picks out key works and analyses them in depth.

Matching an elegant and sophisticated text by three leading art historians with hundreds of glorious color photographs, The Art of Florence immerses us in a city and a time of unparalleled cultural ferment. This important and uncommonly beautiful publication analyzes the history of Florentine art in terms of the distinctly Florentine and Tuscan influences that shaped it—an approach never before employed in a /5(18).

Nov 01,  · The Medici, Michelangelo, and the Art of Late Renaissance Florence book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Florence's cultural his /5(9). Jun 19,  · This book comprises of 4 essays by Simmel. 3 of which are on Italy's Rome, Florence and Venice. It talks about the architectural nature, landscape and the people of Rome, Florence and Venice as aesthetic creations.

It is beautifully written and I loved the essay on Rome the most/5. A testament to the art of Florence from the Middle Ages through to the 16th century, this book analyzes Florentine art in terms of the influences that shaped it, linking the city's architecture, sculpture and painting to its social and political life.

May 22,  · About the Author. Dario Cestaro is a paper engineer and writer of children’s books. He has specialized in pop-up books, creating the concept, story, and illustrations as well as handling the technical aspects.

His preferred media are watercolor, collage, and computer graphics/5(10). THE ART OF FLORENCE by Andres, Hunisak, Turner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at natalierosedodd.com Sep 27,  · In this absorbing illustrated history, Loren Partridge takes the reader on an insightful tour of Renaissance Florence and sheds new light on its celebrated art and culture by examining the city's great architectural and artistic achievements in their political, intellectual, and religious contexts/5.

Jun 15,  · Matching an elegant and sophisticated text by three leading art historians with hundreds of glorious color photographs, The Art of Florence immerses us in a city and a time of unparalleled cultural ferment.

This important and uncommonly beautiful publication analyzes the history of Florentine art in terms of the distinctly Florentine and Tuscan influences that shaped it—an approach never before /5(18).

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Joining visual beauty with intellectual rigor in a fashion that truly invokes the spirit of this great city, The Art of Florence presents as rich a vision of human creativity .The Art of Florence” is an extraordinarily handsome book, full of superb color plates taken especially for this publication, printed on fine, heavy paper, well bound and natalierosedodd.com: Albert Hoxie.Art book should have art.

The approach of this book is to concentrate on the most important works of art and architecture in Florence, and to discuss them in context of history, which usually involves the Medici. This is fairly successful, but the author included only tiny black and white photos if the art /5.