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Artiste ou espion ? Dessiner le paysage dans l’Italie du XVIe siècle
Stories of artists who were arrested and accused of spying while drawing landscape remain relatively unknown in the history of open-air drawing in the Renaissance period, when landscape raised new aesthetic issues as well ...
Inversion comique ou critique satirique ? La vue du Capitole de Hieronymus Cock (1562)
Comical Inversion or Satirical Criticism? The "View of Capitoline," by Hieronymus Cock (1562)
Hieronymus Cock's view of the Capitoline Hill, published in 1562 series on Roman ruins, has long been considered a useful document by historians of art and architecture for the key historical and topographical information ...
Regurgitating Nature: On a Celebrated Anecdote by Karel van Mander about Pieter Bruegel the Elder
The curious anecdote in Karel van Mander’s biography of Bruegel, where the artist is said to have swallowed all the mountains and rocks during his crossing of the Alps and spat them out again onto canvas and panels upon ...
‘Paesaggio dipinto, Paesaggio reale’ : notes sur une fenêtre de la Villa d’Este à Tivoli
(Leo S. Olschki editore, 2008)
Peindre Rome à la Renaissance (XVe-XVIIe siècles): des loggias à l’antique aux nouveaux systèmes géopolitiques
Dipingere Roma nel Rinascimento (XV-XVII secolo): dalle logge all'antica ai suoi sistemi geopolitici
Lo studio su queste vedute e piante affrescate analizza, oltre ad opere note, numerose opere inedite o poco studiate, come quelle dei palazzi Petrignani ad Amelia, Doria Spinola a Genova, Colonna a Roma. Vengono affrontate ...
Landscape all'Antica and Topographical Anachronism in Roman Fresco Painting of the Sixteenth Century
Anachronistic topographical landscapes of the 16th century can be understood as “symptoms” of a “way of seeing” affected by the human psyche and by memory. Many topographical landscapes all'antica in fresco paintings of ...
Il cardinale Gambara e il Palazzo della Loggia a Bagnaia