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Andrea Mantegna and the Italian Renaissance电子书

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作       者:Joseph Manca

出  版  社:Parkstone International

出版时间:2012-05-08

字       数:28.7万

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The art of Andrea Mantegna (born c.1431, died 1506) has long maintained a broad and deep appeal. From the impressive illusionism of his earliest works (Fig. 4) to the narrative power of his mature paintings (Fig. 2), Mantegna's art remained vivid and heroic, dramatic and emotional. They are also painted in stunning detail: pebbles, blades of grass, veins, and hair are rendered with excruciating care, and he depicted even in his great narrative works the mundane particulars of earthly existence, showing laundry hanging out to dry and buildings fallen into disrepair. He had a deep interest in human nature and issues of moral character. Perhaps most strikingly, Mantegna's pictures are filled with references to classical antiquity. No other painter of the fifteenth century so thoroughly understood and abundantly included in his art the costumes, drapery folds, in*ions, architecture, subject matter, ethical attitude, and other aspects of ancient classical civilisation. And instead of t
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Mantegna as Artistic Revolutionary

The Debut of a Prodigy: Mantegna's Early years in Padua

Mantegna as Court Painter in Mantua

Piety and Passion in Mantegna's Later Religious Works

The “Triumphs of Caesar” and Other Visions of Antiquity

Mantegna and the Art of Printmaking

Patroness and Painter: The “Studiolo” of Isabella d'Este

Mantegna's Place in History

List of Illustrations

Bibliography

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