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Artibus et Historiae 67: Art in Sixteenth-Century Venice

67_Titian_MarsyasSegna­lia­mo l’ultimo nume­ro di Arti­bus et Histo­riae, rivi­sta dell’IRSA (Insti­tu­te for Art Histo­ri­cal Research), fon­da­to da Józef Grab­ski nel 1979 che ora ha sede a Cra­co­via. Il volu­me, stam­pa­to nel giu­gno scor­so, è com­ple­ta­men­te dedi­ca­to a temi vene­zia­ni del Cin­que­cen­to poi­ché pub­bli­ca la pri­ma par­te degli atti del con­ve­gno in ono­re di Peter Hum­frey, orga­niz­za­to dall’Università scoz­ze­se in cui egli inse­gna da mol­ti anni (video).

 

Arti­bus et Histo­riae no. 67 (XXXIV)

Art in Six­teenth-Cen­tu­ry Veni­ce: Con­text, Prac­ti­ces, Deve­lo­p­men­ts. Pro­cee­dings of a Con­fe­ren­ce in Honour of Peter Hum­frey (Uni­ver­si­ty of St Andrews, 3rd–6th May 2012) – PART ONE

 

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KEITH CHRISTIANSEN – Bel­li­ni and the Medi­ta­tio­nal poe­sia (pp. 9–20)

BEVERLY LOUISE BROWN – As Time Goes By: Tem­po­ral Plu­ra­li­ty and the Anti­que in Andrea Mantegna’s Saint Seba­stian and Gio­van­ni Bellini’s Blood of the Redee­mer (pp. 21–48)

ANCHISE TEMPESTINI – Gio­van­ni Bel­li­ni nel­la sto­ria dell’arte del XX seco­lo (pp. 49–55)

WILLIAM L. BARCHAM – Defe­ren­tial or For­mu­laic? Anto­nio Viva­ri­ni and the Sacred Ima­ge of the Man of Sor­ro­ws (pp. 57–72)

LILIAN ARMSTRONG – A Manu­script of Fran­ce­sco Petrarca’s Libro degli uomi­ni famo­si Illu­mi­na­ted by Cri­sto­fo­ro Cor­te­se in Ear­ly Quat­tro­cen­to Veni­ce (pp. 73–100)

DAVID ALAN BROWN – Art and Espio­na­ge: Michael Straight’s Gior­gio­ne (pp. 101–116)

CAROLYN C. WILSON – St Jose­ph and the Pro­cess of Deco­ding Vin­cen­zo Catena’s War­rior Ado­ring the Infant Chri­st and the Vir­gin (pp. 117–136)

PATRICIA FORTINI BROWN – A Death in Veni­ce: The For­got­ten Tomb of Alvi­se Del­la Tor­re (pp. 137–159)

DEBRA PINCUS – Signa­tu­res of the Lom­bar­do Work­shop (pp. 161–174)

STEFANIA MASON – Le vani­tà di un car­di­na­le: Alvi­se Pisa­ni e il suo inven­ta­rio (1570) (pp. 175–184)

DEBORAH HOWARD – Con­tex­tua­li­sing Titian’s Sacred and Pro­fa­ne Love: The Cul­tu­ral World of the Vene­tian Chan­ce­ry in the Ear­ly Six­teenth Cen­tu­ry (pp. 185–199)

JOANNA WOODS-MARSDEN – The Sword in Titian’s Por­trai­ts of Empe­ror Char­les V (pp. 201–218)

TOM NICHOLS – The Master as Monu­ment: Titian and his Ima­ges (pp. 219–238)

PAUL JOANNIDES – A Por­trait by Titian of Giro­la­mo Cor­na­ro (pp. 239–249)

LUBA FREEDMAN – Apel­les, Gio­van­ni Bel­li­ni, and Miche­lan­ge­lo in Titian’s Life and Art (pp. 251–273)

MIGUEL FALOMIR – Titian, Jaco­po Bas­sa­no and the Puri­fi­ca­tion of the Tem­ple (pp. 275–284)

JÓZEF GRABSKI – The Con­tri­bu­tion of Col­la­bo­ra­tors in Titian’s Late Works (pp. 285–310)

 

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