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Fifteenth Century Florentine Studies

Isabelle Hyman

Fifteenth Century Florentine Studies

The Palazzo Medici and a Ledger for the Church of San Lorenzo

by Isabelle Hyman

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Published by Martino Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religious Buildings,
  • Architecture

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8755614M
    ISBN 101578985471
    ISBN 109781578985470
    OCLC/WorldCa57434141

    The book also demonstrates how hospital officials deliberately duplicated the structure and values of the Florentine family within the hospital walls. Charity and Children in Renaissance Florence provokes reflection on the contrast between our own views on the care of homeless children and those of the —Fifteenth-Century Studies. Look.


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Fifteenth Century Florentine Studies: Palazzo Medici and a Ledger for the Church of San Lorenzo (Outstanding Dissertations in the Fine Arts)Cited by: 7. Examining the fifteenth-century Florentine palazzo from a new perspective, Lindow's groundbreaking study considers these buildings comprehensively as complete entities, from the exterior through to the interior.

This book highlights the ways in which classical theory and Renaissance practice intersected in quattrocento : Paperback. Founded in as the publication organ for the Fifteenth-Century Symposium, Fifteenth-Century Studies has appeared annually since then.

It publishes essays on all aspects of life in the fifteenth century, including medicine, philosophy, painting, religion, science, philology, history, theater, ritual and custom, music, and poetry.

The Fifteenth Century Florentine Studies book strive to do justice to the most contested. Get this from a library. Fifteenth century Florentine studies: the Palazzo Medici and a ledger for the Church of San Lorenzo.

[Isabelle Hyman]. Fifteenth-century women often plucked or shaved their hairline back several inches, towards the illusion of a lengthy forehead, a sign of intelligence. She has severely tweezed her eyebrows to complete the effect.

The dress style in Portrait of a woman is typically fifteenth-century. Fashionable gowns positioned female waistlines above the hips.

Later in the fifteenth century, Florentine artists more Fifteenth Century Florentine Studies book more made drawings of the nude in order to resolve one of the central preoccupations of Renaissance art, so-called history painting. Leon Battista Alberti in De Pictura (), a treatise based on Florentine practice of the time, made clear the importance of historia or narrative in art.

"This is a superb work of scholarship, impossible to overpraise. It marks a milestone in the year rise of gay and lesbian studies."--Martin Duberman, The Advocate The men of Renaissance Florence were so renowned for sodomy that "Florenzer" in German meant "sodomite." In the late fifteenth century, as many as one in two Florentine men had come Fifteenth Century Florentine Studies book the attention of the /5(2).

Get this from a library. FIFTEENTH-CENTURY STUDIES. -- Volume 38's topics include monastic reformation of domestic space in Whitford's ""Werke for Housholders""; Margery Kempe and spectatorship in medieval drama; ""The Book of Margery Kempe"" and the.

Chapter 13 European Society in the Age of the Renaissance A. True or False Where the statement is true, mark T. The most influential book on Renaissance court life and behavior was a.

Castiglione’s The Courtier. Ghiberti C. Fifteenth-century Florentine sculptor who revived the classical figure. The fifteenth century defies consensus on fundamental issues; most scholars agree, however, that the period outgrew the Middle Ages, that it was a time of transition and a passage to modern times.

"Fifteenth-Century Studies" offers essays on diverse aspects of the period, including liberal and fine arts, historiography, medicine, and religion.

IN FIFTEENTH-CENTURY FLORENCE F. KENT Fv lorentine palace architecture during the Renaissance is no longer the "no-man's land" described by Howard Saalman in Thanks to a number of careful studies of individual buildings, by Brenda Preyer above all,2 and to the beautiful volumes of Leonardo Ginori Lisci,3 some sense of the palace's.

Full text of "Select extracts illustrating Florentine life on the fifteenth century" See other formats. Winner of CAA’s Charles Rufus Morey Book Award. Dale Kent’s impressive study of Cosimo de’ Medici and patronage culture of the mid-fifteenth century is a welcome addition to Renaissance and Florentine studies.

The last serious biography of Cosimo in English, by Kurt Gutkind, appeared in   In Florentine Villas in the Fifteenth Century, Amanda Lillie suggests this standard sequence is both generalizing and reductive, and notes that an assumed familiarity with this architectural type is in fact based upon the evidence drawn from the five principal Medici villas.

In her book—a self-described “quest for a more representative view. 13 C. B uhler, The Fifteenth Century Book, Philadelphia,p. 5 Putnam, in his Books and Their Makers in the Middle Ages, gives a survey of Italian book production in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries that lays the foundations for a case for the Florentine origins of the Morisset : Brent Burbridge.

Presenting a new interpretation of humanist historiography, Donald J. Wilcox traces the development of the art of historical writing among Florentine humanists in the fifteenth century. He focuses on the three chancellor historians of that century who wrote histories of Florence -- Leonardo Bruni, Poggio Bracciolini, and Bartolommeo della Scala.

Renaissance Florence, of endless fascination for the beauty of its art and architecture, is no less intriguing for its dynamic political, economic, and social life. In this book Patricia Lee Rubin crosses the boundaries of all these areas to arrive at an original and comprehensive view of the place of images in Florentine society.

The Development of Florentine Humanist Historiography in the Fifteenth Century (Harvard Historical Studies #82) (Hardcover) By Donald J. Wilcox. Harvard University Press,pp. Publication Date: January 1, For forty-five years now historians have debated the arguments advanced by Hans Baron in The Crisis of the Early Italian Renaissance, and elaborated in many separate studies and essays, according to which a tenacious defense of republican liberty and an ethic of civic participation suddenly emerged among early fifteenth-century Florentine citizens and humanists as a Cited by:   The Codex Rustici and the fifteenth‐century Florentine artisan Article in Renaissance Studies 23(5) - November with 29 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Kathleen Olive.

Caferro, William (). "The silk business of Tommaso Spinelli, fifteenth-century Florentine merchant and papal banker". Renaissance Studies 10(4): Caferro, William (). "Italy and the Companies of Adventure in the Fourteenth Century".

The Historian 58(4): Caferro, William (). Florentine painting or the Florentine School refers to artists in, from, or influenced by the naturalistic style developed in Florence in the 14th century, largely through the efforts of Giotto di Bondone, and in the 15th century the leading school of Western of the best known painters of the earlier Florentine School are Fra Angelico, Botticelli, Filippo Lippi, the.

James Lindow's The Renaissance Palace in Florence. Magnificence and Splendour in Fifteenth-century Italy is a monograph of quite a different sort, though sharing with Currie's an interest in the material objects that are so central to the V&A, where he produced the Ph.D.

thesis from which this book : Fabrizio Nevola. studies. Modern scholars have argued that Renaissance Florence was the precursor to the modern state. Already in the fourteenth century, Florentines first wrote about their city as having a special place in the world, arguing that it possessed an excellence that warranted emulation in both religious and secular matters.1 This “Florentine.

The book examines the learned interests of hundreds of so-called amateur humanists in Renaissance Florence and, using a case study of Florentine diplomats, argues that demands of political and social rituals motivated the spread, form, and success of the humanist movement.

Magic, and Liberty in Fifteenth-Century Florence," in After Civic Occupation: Professor. For the first time, during the fifteenth century, whole rooms were redecorated at one time, becoming in effect a single visual unit made up of painted ceilings, walls, and decorated furniture.

12 The Sala dei Pappagalli in Palazzo Davanzati, now the Museo della casa fiorentina antica, is a good example of such a room where cassoni are integrated into the decorative scheme.

$(US)8, in from the USA to help finance the illustration programme for the Cambridge University Press Book 'Florentine Villas in the Fifteenth Century'. Supervision Amanda has wide interests in the history and culture of late medieval and early modern Italy cc, and is committed to interdisciplinary work as well as to object.

Renaissance Florence has often been described as the birthplace of modern individualism, as reflected in the individual genius of its great artists, scholars, and statesmen. The historical research of recent decades has instead shown that Florentines during the Renaissance remained enmeshed in relationships of family, neighborhood, guild, patronage, and religion.

Amanda Lillie Florentine Villas in the Fifteenth Century: An Architectural and Social History Cambridge, England, and New York: Cambridge University Press,pp., b/w illus.

and line drawings, $, ISBN In the opening pages of her book, Amanda Lillie informs readers that she will overturn what she believes to be. The Medici controlled fifteenth-century Florence.

Other Italian rulers treated Lorenzo the Magnificent () as an equal. To his close associates he was "the boss" ("master of the workshop").

But Lorenzo liked to say he was just another Florentine citizen. Were the Medici like the kings, princes and despots of contemporary Italy.

Tradition and Innovation in Latin Schools from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century. Author: Robert Black; Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: Category: History Page: N.A View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Based on the study of over surviving manuscript school books, this comprehensive study of the curriculum of school education in medieval and.

During the fifteenth century, Florence emerged as one of Europe's most important city-states. This fresh and insightful book investigates the fascinating intersection of art, politics, and gender in the public sphere of Florence at this time. Adrian W. Price: $ Leonardo Bruni () was the best-selling author of the fifteenth century.

His History of the Florentine People is generally considered the first modern work of history. This third volume concludes the edition, the first to make the work available in English translation. It includes Bruni's Memoirs, an autobiographical account of the events of his lifetime, and cumulative indexes to.

"Although encompassing a mass of detail, Clarke's narrative is absorbing and clear, integrating its microhistorical findings with major developments in 15th-century Florentine history.

This is a book serious students of 15th-century Florentine history will need to have at hand."—CHOICEPages: The men of Renaissance Florence were so renowned for sodomy that "Florenzer" in German meant "sodomite." Indeed, in the late fifteenth century, as many as one in two Florentine men had come to the attention of the authorities for sodomy by the time they were thirty.

Lillie, Amanda. Florentine Villas in the Fifteenth Century: An Architectural and Social History. New York: Cambridge University Press, David Rheubottom. Age, Marriage, and Politics in Fifteenth-Century Ragusa (Oxford Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, xiii + pp.

$ ISBN: Middle Tennessee State University This book is many things. Read "Quantitative Studies of the Renaissance Florentine Economy and Society" by Richard T. Lindholm available from Rakuten Kobo. The book is a collection of nine quantitative studies – each probing one aspect of Renaissance Florentine economy and so Brand: Anthem Press.

African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education and Society in Florentine Tuscany Teachers, Pupils and Schools, c.

schools and pupils in the city of Florence during the fifteenth century. Cited by:   Images and Identity in Fifteenth-Century Florence (review Patricia Lee Rubin seeks to explore the interrelationship between fifteenth-century Florentine society and its various institutions to the form, style, and subject of the art with which they surrounded themselves.

in book 9 of his History of Florence, digressed from his discourse Author: Sara Nair James. This was NOT true of industries in fifteenth-century Italy The Florentine woolen industry never recovered from the economic depression of the fourteenth century This individual was the author of The Book of the Courtier, a handbook on courtly manners.The fifteenth century is best known as the age of the Renaissance, which in many ways sowed seeds that would bloom into the sixteenth-century Reformation.

This aspect of history was well captured in the sixteenth-century saying “Erasmus [prince of Renaissance writers] laid the egg and Luther hatched it.”.Set within the context of the struggles in the Florentine Republic over the distribution of political power and the search for stability, Florence in the Age of the Medici and Savonarola, – A Short History with Documents illuminates a key moment of fifteenth-century Florentine history with a focus on the monumental personalities and actions of Lorenzo de’Medici and Fra .