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Renaissance Art in France The Invention of Classicism

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ISBN-10: 2080111442

ISBN-13: 9782080111449

Edition: 2004

Authors: Henri Zerner, Deke Dusinberre

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List price: $35.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/3/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 480
Size: 6.13" wide x 8.64" long x 1.19" tall
Weight: 2.442
Language: English

The Gothic in the Renaissance
The Gothic in Printed Books
The Frontispiece of Rodez or the Aesthetic of the Disparate
Vitality of the Gothic
Gothic or Renaissance? Flamboyant Art
Nature and Function of Gothic Ornamentation
The Taste for Contrast
Italian Ornamentation
Variegated Designs: Gisors and Chaumont
Toward Synthesis: Saint Eustache in Paris and Mareil-en-France
Saint Etienne-du-Mont
Fontainebleau, Rosso, and the Galerie Francois I
The Chateau in the Renaissance
Fontainebleau: The King at Home at Last
Rosso Fiorentino
The Galerie Francois I
Stuccos and Frescoes: Techniques and Modes of Representation
Reading Problems
The Emblem
The Vienna Tapestry: A Duplicate of the Galerie?
Rosso in France
The Antique-Style of Classicism in the 1540s: Cellini, Serlio, and Primaticcio
Benvenuto Cellini: Goldsmith, Sculptor, and Adventurer
Serlio: Architect and Theorist
Primaticcio: His Career and Role at Fontainebleau
Primaticcio at the End of the Reign of Francois I (1540-47)
The Lessons of Fontainebleau
The Role of Prints
Original Printmakers
The Publication of Rosso and the Ornamental Style
The Popularization of Fontainebleau Ornament
Rosso, Designer of Objets d'Art
Luca Penni
Pierre Lescot, Jean Goujon, and the Louvre
The Louvre of the Renaissance and its Authors
The Jube at Saint Germain-l'Auxerrois
Goujon in Rouen
Pierre de Saint Quentin and the "Goujon Style"
Pierre Lescot
Goujon without Lescot
The Fontaine des Innocents
The Louvre as Architectural Decor
The Interior Decoration
The Ballroom
The Clouets
The Court Portrait
Lady in Her Bath: Portraiture with a Difference
Jean Cousin and Painting
Felibien and the Beginnings of Painting in France
Growth of the Legend and Nationalist History
Maurice Roy and Archival Documents
Jean Cousin and the "Primitives"
The Dearth of Sixteenth-Century French Painting
The Works and Style of Jean Cousin the Elder
Problems of Attribution
Like Father, Like Son? The Question of the Drawings
The Cousin Genre?
Jean Cousin and the Artistic Professions
Was Jean Cousin a Sculptor? Dead Stones Do Tell Tales...
Toiles Peintes: Painted Hangings
Stained Glass
Armor and Goldsmithing
Illustrated Books
Paris and the Provinces
Local Specialities
Innovation in the Provinces
Three Provincial Centers: Toulouse, Lyon, and Troyes
Langres, Jean Duvet, and the Cardinal of Givry
Sculpture and Death
The Renewal of Sculpture c. 1400
Large-Scale Theatrical Sculpture
The Tomb of Louis XII, a New Formula for the Royal Sepulcher
The Tomb of Francois I and the Work of Pierre Bontemps
The Tomb of Henri II--Germain Pilon
Ligier Richier
Death in the Garden
A Sense of National Identity--Philibert de L'Orme
Language as the Catalyst of National Awareness
Philibert de l'Orme, French Author-Architect
Early French Classicism
Index of Names
Topographical Index
Photographic Credits