3 edition of sculpture of Tullio Lombardo found in the catalog.
sculpture of Tullio Lombardo
Sarah Blake Wilk
Bibliography: p. 223-244.
|Series||Outstanding dissertations in the fine arts|
|LC Classifications||NB623.L74 W54 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 403 p. :|
|Number of Pages||403|
|LC Control Number||77094723|
Tullio Lombardo and ideal portrait sculpture in Renaissance Venice, by Alison Luchs, , Cambridge University Press edition, in EnglishPages: The great Venetian sculptors of the High Renaissance, led by Tullio Lombardo (c. ), explored a poetic and nostalgic approach to classical antiquity in their work. Their expression shares much with Mantegna, Bellini, Giorgione, and Titian in these painters' imaginative evocations of ancient history, mythology, philosophy, and poetry/5(4).
The Sculpture of Tullio Lombardo. Anne Markham Schulz. Vistas: New Scholarship on Sculpture – London: Harvey Miller Publishers, pp. € Thetimingisperfect:TullioLombardo’shugelyimpressive,over-life-sizenudeofAdam, badly broken in an unfortunate accident, has just emerged from a remarkable ten-year. TULLIO SOLARI, known as Tullio Lombardo, has been described as the first sculptor in Venice who could achieve convincing classical proportions. He worked in such close collaboration with his father Pietro (c. ), brother Antonio (c. c. ) and son Sante that their individual contributions are often not identifiable.
An Antiquity of Imagination: Tullio Lombardo and Venetian High Renaissance Sculpture National Gallery of Art, Washington—July 4–November 1, The first exhibition ever dedicated to Tullio Lombardo (c. –) will focus on the romantic antiquarian ideal . The Chapel of St. Anthony at the Santo and the Development of Venetian Renaissance Sculpture, Cambridge and New York, Cambridge University Press, Central Italian Sculpture, An Annotated Bibliography, Boston, G.K. Hall, The Sculpture of Tullio Lombardo; Studies in Sources and Meaning, New York, Garland Press,
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In the first book ever devoted to the sculpture of Venice's most famous Renaissance marble carver, Markham Schulz integrates all biographical data from primary and secondary sources and criticism of every epoch, with her own first-hand study of Tullio's work over the course of forty years, to create a comprehensive picture of Tullio's sculpture - its characteristics and iconography, its Author: Anne Schulz.
In the first book ever devoted to the sculpture of Venice’s most famous Renaissance marble carver, Markham Schulz integrates all biographical data from primary and secondary sources and criticism of every epoch, with her own first-hand study of Tullio’s work over the course of forty years, to create a comprehensive picture of Tullio’s sculpture - its characteristics and iconography, its.
The lifesize marble statue of Adam, carved by Tullio Lombardo (Italian, ca. –), is among the most important works of art from Renaissance Venice to be found outside that city in the early s for the tomb of Doge Andrea Vendramin, it is the only signed sculpture from that monumental complex.
Tullio's critical fortune --Inscriptions, documents, and sources --The style of Tullio's sculpture and his early works --The tomb of Doge Andrea Vendramin --In the wake of the Vendramin tomb: Tullio's sculpture at the end of the fifteenth and the beginning of the sixteenth century --Tullio's late works.
This book focuses on one of Tullio Lombardo's most famous works, whose meaning has long eluded scholars. Situating it in the context of art and collecting during a vital period in Venetian art history, Alison Luchs's study sheds light on the meaning of this sculpture of Tullio Lombardo book double portrait, setting this and related works against the striking rarity of independent portrait sculpture in Venice before.
Featuring a range of Tullio’s work, including his sensuous and dramatic double-portrait reliefs, this book introduces the romantic qualities and beautiful craftsmanship of the sculptor and his closest followers, including his brother Antonio Lombardo, Simone Bianco, Antonio Minello, and Giammaria Mosca.
Get this from a library. Tullio Lombardo and Venetian High Renaissance sculpture. [Alison Luchs; Tullio Lombardo; Adriana Augusti Ruggeri; National Gallery of Art (U.S.)] -- The great Venetian sculptors of the High Renaissance, led by Tullio Lombardo (c.
), explored a poetic and nostalgic approach to classical antiquity in their work. The Sculpture of Tullio Lombardo, Anne Markham Schulz, Harvey Miller Publishers for VISTAS, €, ISBN In the Italian Renaissance, and not least for all sorts of material reasons such as the cost of marble and bronze, sculpture.
The Sculpture of Tullio Lombardo HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE BOOK. Fig. 67 Assistant of Tullio Lombardo, Fortitude from sarcophagus, Tomb of Doge Andrea Vendramin, SS.
Giovanni e Paolo. Fig. 40 Tullio Lombardo, Saint, St. Mark Enthroned, Duomo. Fig. Tullio Lombardo was a member of a family of sculptors that included his father, Pietro, and brother Antonio. Through training and practice in Venice he developed a thorough understanding of classical art and created some of the first great sculptural statements of the High Renaissance.
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Conservators, scientists, and curators tell the story behind the unprecedented conservation of Tullio Lombardo's "Adam." For more information. Tullio Lombardo and Ideal Portrait Sculpture in Renaissance Italy, by Luchs Alison and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at From Royal Academy of Arts, Tullio Lombardo, Bacchus and Ariadne (), Marble, 56 × × 22 cm.
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The objects in the Department of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts. Monographs on figures ranging from Antonio Rizzo and Nanni di Bartolo to Tullio Lombardo have all been groundbreaking in their assessment of these artists.
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Buy The Sculpture of Tullio Lombardo at nd: Anne Markham Schulz. Tullio Lombardo: scultore e architetto nella Venezia del Rinascimento: atti del Convegno di studi, Venezia, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, aprile Matteo Ceriana Cierre, - Art - pages.The Art of Sculpture in Fifteenth-Century Italy - edited by Amy R.
Bloch February Skip to main content Accessibility help Tullio Lombardo, Antonio Rizzo, and Sculptural Aud The Art of Sculpture in Fifteenth-Century Italy. The Art of Sculpture in Fifteenth-Century Italy. Tullio Lombardo, one of the most gifted sculptors of all time, brought his art alive by integrating classical antiquity and contemporary Renaissance Venice in all his works.
People appreciated his creativity because he took the risk of stepping out from the culture of paintings, which were popular at his time, and emerged the art of sculpture.