This anthology presents classic and recent scholarship on Italian art from 1600-1750, highlighting the key debates with which art historians continue to grapple. Explores themes including: style or the visuality of art; artistic practices and production; artistic communication as projected and experienced; and artistsa interactions with the ancient world and with the new sciences Examines the work of key painters, architects and sculptors from this period, including Caravaggio, Bernini, Guarini and Poussin Published in the expanding Blackwell Anthologies in Art History seriesHe does concur that style develops over time and that Renaissance art is distinct from that of the Baroque. However, they are not ... essay, then, is set upon explaining the psychological aspect of the art of the seventeenth century. Irving Lavinanbsp;...
|Title||:||Italian Baroque art|
|Author||:||Susan M. Dixon|
|Publisher||:||Wiley-Blackwell - 2008-07-29|