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Tapestries for the courts of Federico II, Ercole, and Ferrante Gonzaga, 1522-63

by Clifford M. Brown

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Published by College Art Association in association with University of Washington Press in Seattle .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Belgium,
  • Brussels.,
  • Flanders.
    • Subjects:
    • Gonzaga family -- Art patronage.,
    • Tapestry, Renaissance -- Belgium -- Brussels.,
    • Tapestry -- Belgium -- Brussels.,
    • Tapestry, Renaissance -- Flanders.,
    • Tapestry -- Flanders.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 216-226) and index.

      StatementClifford M. Brown and Guy Delmarcel with the collaboration of Anna Maria Lorenzoni.
      SeriesMonograph on the fine arts ;, v. 52, Monographs on the fine arts ;, 52.
      ContributionsDelmarcel, Guy., Lorenzoni, Anna Maria.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK3055.B8 B76 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination239 p. :
      Number of Pages239
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL792563M
      ISBN 10029597513X
      LC Control Number95025130

      See Clifford M. Brown (Et. Al.) Tapestries for the courts of Federico II, Ercole, and Ferrante Gonzaga , Seattle, , pp. , fig. 17, where the authors reproduce a series of letters between Cardinal Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle (–) and Ercole regarding the offer of a set of Hannibal subject tapestries. ‘Hannibal’s.   Thus, the core of the book lies in its series of catalogues of the correspondence between the two collectors and the supporting documentation for each of their collections - Cesare Gonzaga's Galleria di marmo in Mantua and Garimberto's antiquarium in the Gaddi Palace in Rome - and, in so far as possible, identification of the works discussed.

      Part II: The English court', Burlington Magazine (Sept. ): >> 'The "Story of Abraham" tapestries at Hampton Court Palace', in: K. Brosens (ed.), Flemish Tapestry in European and American Collections. Studies in Honour of Guy Delmarcel, Turnhout (Brepols) >> Tapestry in the Renaissance: Art and Magnificence, exh. cat. Tapestries for the Courts of Federico II, Ercole, and Ferrante Gonzaga, [By] Clifford M. Brown and Guy Delmarcel with the collaboration of Anna Maria Lorenzoni. (College Art Association of America: Monographs on the Fine Arts. ) pp. illus. 4to.

      Content and context of visual arts in the Islamic world: papers from a colloquium in memory of Richard Ettinghausen, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, . ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) is a digital collection of over 5, seminal books in the humanities and related social sciences. These titles are presented in collaboration with more than publishers and Michigan in the HEB collection have been recommended and reviewed by scholars and constituent learned societies of the American Council of Learned Societies.


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Biografia. Nascido em Mântua, era o terceiro filho varão de Francisco II Gonzaga e de Isabella d' dezasseis anos foi enviado para a côrte dos reis de Espanha como pagem do futuro imperador Carlos V, a quem Ferrante permaneceu fiel toda a sua vida. Em participou no Saque de Roma assistindo à coroação triunfal do imperador em Bolonha em O Φερράντε Α΄, te I, (28 Ιανουαρίου - 15 Νοεμβρίου ) από τον Οίκο των Γκοντζάγκα, ήταν κόμης της Γκουαστάλα (), αντιβασιλιάς της Σικελίας () και κυβερνήτης του Μιλάνου ().

Book language: of pages: fine condition!. ISBN Tapestry first became prominent as an art form in Western Europe somewhere around This craft was concentrated in towns situated in the region north of Paris, up to the great rivers of Scheldt and Meuse.

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& 11 coloured plates, publisher's cloth with dustjacket. Nice copy. price: € item   It is the latest addition to an important group of books mapping the tapestry patronage and collections of early modern royalty and nobility: Clifford Brown and Guy Delmarcel examined the Gonzaga collection (Tapestries for the Courts of Federico Ii, Ercole, and Ferrante Gonzaga, –, Seattle: University of Washington Press, ); Lucia.

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