Antonio Allegri was born in Corregio in c.1489, and died at the age of 45. His training and early influences are uncertain, but his early works are reminiscent of the styles of Andrea Mantegna and Lorenzo Costa. Correggio explores the painter's works in great detail, from his early paintings, to his great work in the dome of Parma Cathedral, painted between 1526 and 1530. The contradiction between Correggio's religious works and his profane paintings of scenes from mythology is also examined.
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The Gallery of the Arts is an affordable, high-quality range with a fresh approach, which reaches beyond the usual selection of Old Masters and Impressionists. Alongside books on celebrated figures like Raphael, you will find titles devoted to lesser-known artists such as the Pollaiuolo Brothers, as well as surveys of entire art-historical periods. Subjects range from mediaeval to contemporary and will soon include non-Western art.
The Gallery of the Arts – affordable, high-quality color studies on artists and movements that reach beyond the usual subjects
A comprehensive introduction to the work of the great master, with color reproductions of his paintings, a selection of his drawings, a chronology of his life and a bibliographical note
This is a flexible series, varying its length to suit its theme: titles on specific artists will have 80 pages (32 colour plates) or 112 pages (48 color plates), while those looking in detail at particular periods in art will be 160 pages in length (64 color plates).About the Author:
Edoardo Villata is an art historian and the editor of Leonardo da Vinci: I documenti e le testimonianze contemporanee and the author of Macrino d'Alba.
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Buchbeschreibung Roundhouse Publishing Group, 2001. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Gut. 80 Seiten Artikel stammt aus Nichtraucherhaushalt! GC272 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 440. Artikel-Nr. 411298