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Author Bode, Wilhelm von, 1845-1929.

Title Florentine sculptors of the Renaissance. Translated by Jessie Haynes.

Imprint Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1968]

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Location Call No. Status OPAC Message Public Note Gift Note
 Moore Stacks  NB621.F6 B8 1968    Available  ---
Edition 2d ed.
Description xii, 258 p. illus. 26 cm.
Series Essay index reprint series
Essay index reprint series.
Note Reprint of the 2d ed., rev. by F. L. R. Brown, 1928.
Translation of Florentiner Bildhauer der Renaissance.
Contents Introduction: the development of Florentine sculpture and its importance in the renaissance art of Italy -- Donatello as architect and decorator -- The Madonna in Florentine sculpture of the renaissance -- Lorenzo Ghiberti as leader of the Florentine clay-modelers of the early half of the quattrocento -- The madonna reliefs of Donatello and their reproductions by his pupils and followers -- Luca Della Robbia -- A Madonna relief by Donatello and its imitation by Desiderio and other pupils of Donatello -- Desiderio Da Settignano and Francesco Laurana as portrait sculptures, and the true bust of Marietta Strozzi -- Portraits of the sons of the Florentine nobility of the quattrocento in busts of the boy christ and the youthful St. John -- On the development of the 'Genre' style and the 'putto' in Florentine plastic art of the quattrocento -- Bertoldo Di Giovanni -- The Florentine medallist Niccolo Di Forzore Spinelli -- Youthful works by Michelangelo and their relation to his teachers and predecessors -- On some Pieta groups by Giovanni Della Robbia, and the influence of Savonarola on Florentine art
Subject Sculpture -- Italy -- Florence.
Sculpture, Renaissance -- Italy -- Florence.
Sculptors -- Italy -- Florence.
Added Author Rudston Brown, F. L. (Florence Lucy), 1875-
Added Title Florentiner Bildhauer der Renaissance. English