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As New in J As New jacket. 4to Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 480 pp, preface, introduction: Materials and Methods. I. A Peninsula of City-States: Venice, Florence, and Siena: Communal Myths and Institutions; Naples: Art Exalting the Ruler; Rome: Artists, Popes, and Cardinals Renewing the Church, 1277-c. 1310; Assisi: Papal Influence Outside Rome. II. Innovations and Traditions 1300-40: Padua and Florence: Private Patronage; Florence and Siena: Promoting Church and State; Naples and Milan: Images of Dynasty, Power, and Magnificence. III. 1340-90: Lordly Imagery at the North Italian Courts; Venice: Images of the State and the Individual; Pisa and Florence: Imagesof Morality, Judgement, and Crisis before and after the Black Death. IV. 1390-1430: Milan and Naples: The Court and the State; Venice: Affirmations of Past and Present; Florence I: Civic and Guild Commissins as Expressons of the New Republic; Florence II: Family Commissions as Expressions of Social and Political Status; Siena: Renewing the Image of the Commune. V. 1430-65: Florence: Civic and Personal Commissions under the Medici; Rome: The Revived Papacy; Courtly Art: Gothic and Classical Alternatives; Venice and the Veneto: Elaborating Local and Classical Traditions. VI. 1465-1500: Venice: Heir of East and West; Ferrara, Urbino, and Mantua: Art Reflecting the Ruler; Florence: The Golden Age under Lorenzo the Magnificent; Roma Caput Mundi: Milan: Ludovico il Moro and a Grand Classical Style. VII. 1500-30: Florence: The Renewed Republic and the Return of the Medici; Rome: The Imperial Style under Julius II and the Medici Popes; Venice: Vision and Monumentality; Ferrara, Mantua, and Parma: Exquisite Delights. VIII. Renewing the City at Midcentury: Venice and the Veneto: The City of Triumph; Florence under Cosimo I (1537-74); Roma Restaruata: Paul III (r. 1534-49) and Michelangelo. IX. Innovation and Reform: The Demands of the Council of Trent; Sixtus V and the Replanning of Rome; artists biographies, genealogies, list of Popes, time chart, city plans, glossary, bibliography, picture credits, index with 176 illustrations, including 140 plates in full color. First Edition, 1997. Not Price Clipped. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black cloth with gilt lettering to spine. ~Click on BOOKSTORES to browse our extensive listings of similar titles in Art History~
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