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Clearly, the audience for these lectures was extremely familiar with the art and culture of the early Renaissance.
The Early Renaissance and Vernacular Culture investigates the dynamic relationship between Italian vernacular culture and the classical humanist vocabulary of Renaissance art.
The fact that people in early Renaissance Italy were grappling with these issues is a humbling reminder of this.
The stunning collection begins with two panels of instrument-playing angels by Fra Angelico, the Italian early Renaissance artist and Dominican brother, that open to reveal a portrait of a pensive angel flanked by choirs of angels.
It is described as an exceptional example of a late 16th century country gentry house in the early Renaissance style.
It represented the highest achievements in art reached at the time, during the early Renaissance," he added.
1017/S0009640709000638 Art and the Augustinian Order in Early Renaissance Italy.
This is a small book that draws upon manuscript illuminations from the Middle Ages and early Renaissance.
The fascinating thing about The Art of Intimacy is that it acknowledges the profound social currents whichmoved endlessly beneath the political rivalry and the religious activities which dominated in the early Renaissance Spain's major cities.
Titus Burckhardt's history of Siena comes with his own color photos of the city and its countryside: some 28 color and 40 black and white reproductions of medieval and early Renaissance icons, paintings and sculptures capture the spiritual sentiments of its times and makes for a fine collection recommended for either art history or spiritual collections.
The "mental thing" that is art as we understand it originated with the early Renaissance revival of Neoplatonism; traversing history, it kindled a wide range of practices and ideas.
Although not the first, it certainly is the most up-to-date monograph on the Count of Mirandola, not to mention a very reliable tool for students of Renaissance thought in general, as Valcke situates his subject within the larger frame of the thought of the early Renaissance and the revival of Greek studies between the Ferrara of the Este family and the Florence of Cosimo and Lorenzo de' Medici.

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