Between Renaissance and Baroque
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BeschreibungBailey provides us with a new understanding of the stylistic and iconographic strands which shortly afterward were woven together to form the Baroque.
InhaltsverzeichnisAcknowledgments Introduction: A Time without Art? The Jesuits and the Visual Art, and Art and 'Counter-Reformation' The Debate over 'Mannerism,' and Art in Rome before the Jesuits The Directors of the Jesuit Painting Programs The Novitiate of S. Andrea al Quirinale The Foundation and Construction of the Novitiate The Chronology and Authorship of the Novitiate Decorations Louis Richeome's Guide to the Novitiate Paintings The Novitiate Chapel of S. Andrea al Quirinale The Refectory The Lavatory and Galleries The Recreation Room The Dormitory The Novitiate Infirmary Rooms One to Five Rooms Six to Ten Rooms Eleven to Thirteen, and the Infirmary Refectory The Novitiate Infirmary Cycle in Context: Hospital Decoration in Renaissance Italy The Jesuit Collegiate Foundations of the Collegio Romano, the Seminario Romano, and the German-Hungarian College Jesuit Teaching and a Brief History of the Roman Collegiate Institutions The Paintings of the Collegio Romano and the Church of SS. Annunziata The Paintings of the Seminario Romano The Paintings of the German-Hungarian College and the Palaeochristian Revival Movement The Church of S. Seba The Church of S. Apollinare The Church of S. Stefano Rotondo: Paintings by Niccolo Circignani and Matteo a Siena The Subjects of Circignani's Paintings at S. Stefano The Church of S. Stefano Rotondo: Paintings by Antonio Tempesta The Church of S. Stefano Rotondo: The Balustrade The Collegiate Church of S. Tommaso di Canterbury and the Novitiate Church of S. Vitale The Venerable English College and S. Tommaso di Canterbury The Novitiate Church of S. Vitale The Church of the Gesu in Rome: Documents Overview of the Scholarship of the Gesu The Foundation and Construction of the Gesu The General Scheme of the Gesu Paintings The Artists of the Gesu Decorations The Nave Chapels: Left Side The Nave Chapels: Right Side The Apse and Crossing Area The West Wall, Sacristy, Confraternity Chapels, and Miscellaneous Minor Commissions The Church of the Gesu in Rome: Description and Interpretation The Nave Chapels: Left Side The Nave Chapels: Right Side The Apse and Crossing Area The Sacristy and the Tomb of Ignatius The Legacy of the First Gesu Decorations Conclusion: A New Sacred Art for a New Era Notes Bibliography Index
PortraitGauvin Alexander Bailey is an associate Professor in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at Clark University.
Untertitel: Jesuit Art in Rome, 1565-1610. black & white plates. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: University of Toronto Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2009
Seitenanzahl: 552 Seiten