Artibus et Historiae, no. 77 (XXXIX), 2018

A+H_77_Tuebke.jpgArtibus et Historiae no. 77 (XXXIX)
2018
232 x 252 mm
ISSN 0391-9064
Price : 90.00 EUR

Carlo Del Bravo (1935–2017), by LORENZO GNOCCHI (pp. 9–12)

IRINA CHERNETSKY
The Image of Florence in Lorenzo Ghiberti’s “Gates of Paradise” (pp. 13–30)

ALISON MANGES NOGUEIRA
Antonio Pollaiuolo’s Designs for the Equestrian Monument to Francesco Sforza: Patronage and Portraiture at the Court of Milan (pp. 31–55)

PASCALE DUBUS
Peindre l’homme inanimé: le corps en raccourci au Cinquecento (pp. 57–76)

MICHAEL W. KWAKKELSTEIN
The Limited Impact of Leonardo da Vinci’s Ideas on Painting in Sforza Milan (pp. 77–98)

NILS BÜTTNER
“Plus semper quam pingitur”: The Catholic Bruegel (pp. 99–109)

ANTHONY APESOS
Titian’s “Flaying of Marsyas”: “Colorito” Triumphant (pp. 111–143)

SHIGETOSHI OSANO
The Newly Discovered Portrait of Ito Mansio by Domenico Tintoretto: Further Insight into the Mystery of its Making (pp. 145–160)

MARIE-LOUISE LILLYWHITE
The Decoration of the Jesuit Church of the Madonna dell’Umiltà in Venice, 1560–1606 (pp. 161–200)

MARY D. GARRARD
Michelangelo and the Gaze of Medusa (pp. 201–230)

SASKIA RUBIN
“Domine, Quo Vadis?” Annibale Carracci Approaches an Old Theme Anew (pp. 231–253)

IRVING LAVIN, with MARILYN ARONBERG LAVIN
Bernini’s Bust of Prospero Farinacci (pp. 255–290)

KRISTOFFER NEVILLE
Virtuosity, Mutability, and the Sculptor’s Career in and out of the Low Countries, 1550–1650 (pp. 291–318)

GIOVAN BATTISTA FIDANZA
The Ephemeral Apparatus for the Funeral of Jan III Sobieski in Rome: Cardinal Carlo Barberini’s Art and Politics (pp. 319–333)

FRANK ZÖLLNER
Werner Tübke’s “History of the German Working Class Movement” of 1961 and its Place within his Commissioned Art Works (pp. 335–363)

For abstracts, see:
http://artibusethistoriae.org/issue77.html

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About thegrailquest

Anastasija Ropa holds a doctoral degree from Bangor University (North Wales), for a study in medieval and modern Arthurian literature. She has published a number of articles on medieval and modern Arthurian literature, focusing on its historical and artistic aspects. She is currently employed as guest lecturer at the Latvian Academy of Sport Education. Anastasija’s most recent research explores medieval equestrianism in English and French literary art and literature, and she is also engaged as part-time volunteer horse-trainer. In a nutshell: Lecturer at the Latvian Academy of Sport Education Graduate of the School of English, University of Wales, Bangor. Graduate of the University of Latvia Passionate about history, particularly the Middle Ages A horse-lover and horse-owner

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