Book , Print in English

Renaissance? : perceptions of continuity and discontinuity in Europe, c.1300-c.1550

edited by Alexander Lee, Pit Péporté, Harry Schnitker.
  • Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010.
  • xiii, 370 pages : illustrations; 25 cm.
Subjects
Contents
  • Introduction: Veteris vestigia flammae? The 'Rebirths' of Antiquity / Stephen Bowd
  • Renaissance and the Middle Ages: Chronologies, Ideologies, Geographies / Luke Houghton
  • Shakespeare and the 'Tragedy' of the Renaissance / Robert Black
  • Humanitas Renate / Robin Kirkpatrick
  • Machiavelli's Appreciation of Greek Antiquity and the Ideal of 'Renaissance' / Robin Sowerby
  • Introduction: Seeing is Believing? The Renaissance and the Arts / George Steiris
  • Vasari's Rinascita: History, Anthropology or Art Criticism? / Alexander Lee
  • State of the Art / Matteo Burioni
  • Brunelleschi's Perspective Panels. Rupture and Continuity in the History of the Image / Rob C. Wegman
  • Panofsky: Linear Perspective and Perspectives of Modernity / Johannes Grave
  • Michelangelo's Mythologies / Rhys W. Roark
  • Byzantine Influence on the Introduction of the Third Dimension and the Formation of Renaissance Art / Maria Ruvoldt
  • Introduction: A Wider Renaissance? / Diotima Liantini
  • Northern Renaissance? Burgundy and Netherlandish Art in Fifteenth-Century Europe / Alexander Lee
  • Forgotten Paths to 'Another' Renaissance: Prague and Bohemia, c. 1400 / Hanno Wijsman
  • New World of the Mind? Renaissance Self-Perception and the Invention of Printing / Klára Bene[š]ovská
  • 'Invention' of Dürer as a Renaissance Artist / Andrew Pettegree
  • Notes on the History of Renaissance Scholarship in Central Europe Bialostoki, Schlosser and Panofsky / Jeffrey Chipps Smith.
Other information
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN
  • 9789004183346
  • 9004183345
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 2010028421
  • OCLC: 614315208