Piero Di Cosimo: Visions Beautiful and Strange
Yale University Press, 01.01.2006. - 366 страница
Inverting rules with obvious relish, Florentine artist Piero di Cosimo (1462–1522) is known today—as he was in his own time—for his highly personal visual language, one capable of generating images of the most mesmerizing oddity. In this book, Dennis Geronimus overcomes the scarcity of information about the artist’s life and works—only one of the nearly sixty known works by Piero is actually signed and dated—and pieces together from extensive archival research the most complete and accurate account of Piero’s life and career ever written.
Unfettered imagination was the sign under which Piero exercised his pictorial invention, and yet the complicated artist was also a product of his culture. The book fills gaps in the artist’s biography and provides intensive analysis of Piero’s protean imagery, discusses his various patrons and commissions, and lists his extant, lost, and uncertainly attributed works.
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Was Florentine artist Piero di Cosimo (1462-1522) hot-tempered or meditative and Christ-like, or both? Geronimus (Italian Renaissance art, NYU) has done a tremendous amount of research to unearth the ... Прочитајте целу рецензију
Beginnings A Biography of Piero di Lorenzo Ubaldini
Between Reality and Fantasia Pieros Portrait Types
The Fabulist Smiles Piero as Storyteller in his Mythological Fantasies
Of Man and Chimeras A Return to the Primitive
Diversifications Continuity and Innovation in the Early Religious Works 14801500 and 15001510
Final Transformations The Late Altarpieces 15101522
A Willow Among Tall Oaks Pieros Artistic Legacy Reconsidered
Documents Pertaining to Piero di Cosimo
Chronology of Secure Dates for Piero di Cosimo