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Florence at the dawn of the Renaissance: painting and illumination ; 1300 - 1350 ; [on the occasion of the Exhibition Florence at the Dawn of the Renaissance: Painting and Illumina...

Authors and Corporations: Sciacca, Christine (Editor), J. Paul Getty Museum (Other), Art Gallery of Ontario (Other), Exhibition Florence at the Dawn of the Renaissance: Painting and Illumination, 1300 - 1350 2012-2013 Los Angeles, Calif.; Toronto (Other)
Title: Florence at the dawn of the Renaissance: painting and illumination ; 1300 - 1350 ; [on the occasion of the Exhibition Florence at the Dawn of the Renaissance: Painting and Illumination, 1300 - 1350, on view at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center, Los Angeles, November 13, 2012, to February 10, 2013, and at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, from March 16, 2013 to June 16, 2013]/ edited by Christine Sciacca
Language: English
published:
Los Angeles, Calif. J. Paul Getty Museum 2012
Subjects: Exhibition Florence at the Dawn of the Renaissance: Painting and Illumination, 1300 - 1350
Item Description: XIX, 426 S.; zahlr. Ill., graph. Darst; 31 cm ; Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN: 9781606061268, 1606061267
Description
"Florence and the Renaissance have become virtually synonymous, bringing to mind names like Dante, Giotto, Petrarch, Boccaccio, and many others whose creativity thrived during a time of unprecedented prosperity, urban expansion, and intellectual innovation. With more than 200 illustrations, Florence at the Dawn of the Renaissance reveals the full complexity and enduring beauty of the art of this period, including panel paintings, illuminated manuscripts, and stained glass panels. The book considers not only the work of Giotto and other influential artists, including Bernardo Daddi, Taddeo Gaddi, and Pacino di Bonaguida, but also that of the larger community of illuminators and panel painters who collectively contributed to Florence's artistic legacy. It places particular emphasis on those artists who worked in both panel painting and manuscript illumination, and presents new conservation research and scientific analyses that shed light on artists' techniques and workshop practices of the times. Reunited here for the first time are twenty-six leaves of the most important illuminated manuscript commission of the period: the Laudario of Sant' Agnese. The splendor of this book of hymns exemplifies the spiritual and artistic aspirations of early Renaissance Florence. A major exhibition on this subject will be on view at the J. Paul Getty Museum November 13, 2012, through February 10, 2013, and at the Art Gallery of Ontario March 16, 2013, through June 16, 2013. Contributors to this volume include Roy S. Berns, Eve Borsook, Bryan Keene, Francesca Pasut, Catherine Schmidt Patterson, Alan Phenix, Laura Rivers, Victor M. Schmidt, Alexandra Suda, Yvonne Szafran, Karen Trentelman, and Nancy Turner. "--