This well-illustrated tour through 50 magnificent villas and palaces built by the Italian aristocracy, covers country retreats in Tuscany and the Vento, impressive residences in Rome and Sienna, fortress-like castles and grand villas in ...
Author: Jack Basehart
Publisher: Universe Pub
This well-illustrated tour through 50 magnificent villas and palaces built by the Italian aristocracy, covers country retreats in Tuscany and the Vento, impressive residences in Rome and Sienna, fortress-like castles and grand villas in Trieste and Sicily, and many more.
The magificent private residences built by the noble families of Italy are unsurpassed in their architectural diversity and artistic grandeur.
Author: Jack Basehart
Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
The magificent private residences built by the noble families of Italy are unsurpassed in their architectural diversity and artistic grandeur. This luxurious, full-color volume is a photographic journey to 50 of Italy's most beautiful palaces, castles, and villas. 400 color illustrations.
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Author: Dr Elizabeth Carroll Consavari
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Emphasizing on the one hand the reconstruction of the material culture of specific residences, and on the other, the way in which particular domestic objects reflect, shape, and mediate family values and relationships within the home, this volume offers a distinct contribution to research on the early modern Italian domestic interior. Though the essays mainly take an art historical approach, the book is interdisciplinary in that it considers the social implications of domestic objects for family members of different genders, age, and rank, as well as for visitors to the home. By adopting a broad chronological framework that encompasses both Renaissance and Baroque Italy, and by expanding the regional scope beyond Florence and Venice to include domestic interiors from less studied centers such as Urbino, Ferrara, and Bologna, this collection offers genuinely new perspectives on the home in early modern Italy.
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Author: Betty Lou Phillips
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Celebrates the old world of French and Italian design in decor by presenting photographs of interiors, close-ups of individual pieces, and advice on ways to create an inviting and international setting in one's home.
Few records exist concerning the Italian reaction to these illustrious ... view that Italian splendor, having ended with Greco-Roman Classicism and its ...
Author: Jeffrey Bailey
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
“The primary goal of this volume is to help prepare foreign visitors for what awaits them, and to offer a deeper insight into a culture and way of life that has held so many millions in its thrall.” Interpreting Italians is a socio-cultural travel guide designed for people whose interest in Italy goes beyond the readymade impression or the hackneyed cliché. It is a serious effort to understand what the ‘Italian temperament’ actually is, how it came to be, and the impact it has had both on Italians themselves and on the outsiders who attempt to live intimately and knowledgeably among them. To this end, it offers a thoughtful interpretation of those aspects of Italian culture and history – furbiziaand bella figura, the piazza and the casa, the role of the mother, the extravagance of the Baroque and the personal as well as architectural significance of the façade – that have at once reflected and compounded Italians’ attitudes to foreigners and to each other by examining their approaches to love and sex, religion and politics, food and the family, language and bureaucracy, regionalism and immigration, sport and the Mafia. The book consists of eighteen concise but well-documented essays and five appendices that, in addition to an extensive reading list, provide practical suggestions to visitors relating to the preparation of menus and the selection of walking tours and excursions to sites often overlooked by the casual tourist.Interpreting Italians will be a useful aid to anyone truly curious about discovering what makes Italians tick.
... Umberto, 1949– The splendor of Roman wall painting / Umberto Pappalardo. p. cm. “First published in Italy in 2009 by Arsenale- Editrice, Verona, Italy.
Author: Umberto Pappalardo
Publisher: Getty Publications
"Thanks to this volume, the reader can visit the Roman houses of Pompeii, Herculaneum, Boscoreale, Oplontis, and Rome that display superb Roman frescoes on their walls ... An essay by Donatella Mazzoleni highlights the connections between Roman architecture and the programs of illusionistic wall paintings employed in these magnificent structures. Umberto Pappalardo examines the Roman domestic ideal and its realization in wall painting and through other elements of interior decoration. The two essays precede a sumptuously illustrated guide to twenty-eight of the most beautiful houses - among them, the Villa of the Mysteries, the House of the Vettii, and the House of the Faun in Pompeii; the House of Livia, the Villa Farnesina, and the Domus Aurea in Rome; the House of the Grand Portal in Herculaneum; and the Villa of Publius Fannius Synistor in Boscoreale."--BOOK JACKET
Rosso in Italy: The Italian Career of Rosso Fiorentino. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994. Freedberg, S. J. Andrea del Sarto. 2 vols.
Author: Steven J. Cody
Andrea del Sarto (1486-1530) created altarpieces of startling beauty. Steven J. Cody analyzes those remarkable paintings as a means of illuminating the artist’s career-long engagement with Christian theology.
Unnatural Beings, Love, and Identity in the Italian Renaissance Armando Maggi ... path that finds its origin in the splendor of the beloved's body, ...
Author: Armando Maggi
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
In its interpretation of Latin and Greek culture, Christianity contends that Satan is behind all classical deities, demi-gods, and spiritual creatures, including the gods of the household, the lares and penates. But Armando Maggi, an expert in Renaissance demonology, argues throughout In the Company of Demons that the great thinkers of the Italian Renaissance had a more nuanced and perhaps less sinister interpretation of these creatures or spiritual bodies. Through close readings of Giovan Francesco Pico della Mirandola, Strozzi Cigogna, Pompeo della Barba, Ludovico Sinistrari, and others, Mag.
They proposed to bring raw silk from Italy , Turkey , and other countries , and by that means to employ vast numbers of poor people and save considerable ...
Author: Linda Levy Peck
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A fascinating study of the ways in which consumption transformed social practices, gender roles, royal policies, and the economy in seventeenth-century England. It reveals for the first time the emergence of consumer society in seventeenth-century England.
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Author: Rev. Joseph Iannuzzi
Using Church approved sources (Saints, Church Doctors, and the Mystics), this book addresses some of the coming events, the era of peace, God's Divine Will, the coming New Heavens and New Earth.
The English who visit Italy , unused in their foggy island to see an entire clear ... or of the more Italian splendor of a winter moonlight at the south .
Author: Jared Sparks
Vols. 277-230, no. 2 include Stuff and nonsense, v. 5-6, no. 8, Jan. 1929-Aug. 1930.