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Titian: And the End of the Venetian Renaissance

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 15 Jan 2017
Titian is best known for paintings that embodied the tradition of the Venetian Renaissance--but how Venetian was the artist himself? In this study, Tom Nichols probes the tensions between the individualism of Titian's work and the conservative mores of the city, showing how his art undermined the traditional self-suppressing approach to painting in Venice and reflected his engagement with the individualistic cultures emerging in the courts of early modern Europe.
Ranging widely across Titian's long career and varied works, Titian and the End of the Venetian Renaissance outlines his radical innovations to the traditional Venetian altarpiece; his transformation of portraits into artistic creations; and his meteoric breakout from the confines of artistic culture in Venice. Nichols explores how Titian challenged the city's communal values with his competitive professional identity, contending that his intensely personalized way of painting resulted in a departure that effectively brought an end to the Renaissance tradition of painting. Packed with 170 illustrations, this groundbreaking book will change the way people look at Titian and Venetian art history.
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ISBN-13: 9781780236742
ISBN-10: 1780236743
Pagini: 336
Ilustrații: 100 color plates, 70 halftones
Dimensiuni: 210 x 279 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.95 kg
Colecția Reaktion Books


Titian’s Last Painting: The Sight of Death
An Inglorious Passing; or, The Difficult Case of the Pietà
How ‘Venetian’ was Titian?
Surrogate Monuments to the Leader of a Tradition
ONE: Art as Appropriation: The Rise of Titian
Giovanni Bellini: The Model Venetian
Bellini and Titian: Master and Pupil
Titian and the Venetian Istoria
Titian and Giorgione
Giorgione and Titian’s Early Portraiture
The Early Mythologies
Titian Repaints Palma Vecchio
TWO: Remaking Tradition: Icons and Altarpieces
Anachronic Titian
The Modern Icon
The Cultural Dynamics of Space in Two Altarpieces for Venice
Private Values in a Public Picture Type
Altarpiece or Artwork?
THREE: Portraiture and Non-venezianità
Portraiture in Renaissance Venice
Titian’s Portraits to 1530: Accommodation of the Courts
Habsburg and Related Portraits of the 1530s
Historical Portraits
Natura Potentior Ars
FOUR: Sacred Painting, the Poesie and the Late Style
Titian as Tradition
Titian’s Hybrid Poesie
Two Late Mythologies
Early Responses to Titian’s Late Style
The Late Style in Critical and Historical Perspective
FIVE: Titian and Venice: Surviving the Father of Art
Patrons and Prices
Titian versus the Rest: A Literary Self-image
Pictor et eques: Titian’s Self-portraits
Images of Succession
Images of Attachment
The Darker Side of Titian; or, The Anti-image
Venetian Responses to Titian: Veronese and Tintoretto
Titian and the End of the Venetian Renaissance
Titian in Disguise
Photo Acknowledgements