2 edition of Gothic & Renaissance books. found in the catalog.
Gothic & Renaissance books.
Martin Breslauer, Inc.
|Other titles||Gothic and Renaissance books|
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|Pagination||94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
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Catalogue Gothic & Renaissance Books. Martin Luther. 17th & 18th Century Bindings & Illustrated Books. Bibliographical Research in the 16th, 17th & 18th Centuries. Important Recent Bibliographies by Breslauer, Martin Edition: First edition Book condition: A very good copy with soiling on front wrapper, clean contents Book Description. Renaissance Art Elsewhere in Europe Many artists in France continued to paint fine altarpieces in the Gothic tradition. Under the influence of Flemish and Italian art, France produced admirable portraitists such as Fouquet and Clouet. Francis I invited Italian painters and architects to his court, including Leonardo and Andrea del Sarto.
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The awesome diversity of a fascinating epoch of European art and culture is presented in this wide-ranging illustrated volume. It presents the history of Gothic architecture from its origins and blossoming in 12th-century France through its dissemination in all of Europe; and an in-depth discussion of the most diverse art forms, including painting, sculpture, metalwork and book illumination/5(26).
PREFACE. T HE history, the features, and the most famous examples of European architecture, during a period extending from the rise of the Gothic, or pointed, style in the twelfth century to the general depression which overtook the Renaissance style at the close of the eighteenth, form the subject of this little volume.
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Ethan Matt Kavaler is professor of art history at the University of Toronto. Gothic to Renaissance book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
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The texts covered encompass poetry, epic narratives, ghost stories, prose dialogues, political pamphlets and Author: Elisabeth Bronfen.
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New edition of bestselling introductory text outlining the history and ways of reading Gothic literature. This revised edition includes: • A new chapter on Contemporary Gothic which explores the Gothic of the early twentieth century and looks at new critical developments• An updated Bibliography of critical sources and a revised Chronology.
The 32 beautiful full-page illustrations in this book were adapted from actual stained glass windows from some of the world's most magnificent Catholic and Christian cathedrals and churches dating from the Medieval and Renaissance to the Modern era.
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Illuminated Manuscripts. The Gothic period, which generally saw an increase in the production of illuminated manuscripts, also saw more secular works such as chronicles and works of literature illuminated. one or more of which would be sewn together to form the complete book.
Some block books, called.