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by Bruno Contardi,Giulio Carlo Argan

ePub Michelangelo: Architect download
Author:
Bruno Contardi,Giulio Carlo Argan
ISBN13:
978-1904313250
ISBN:
1904313256
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Publisher:
Phaidon Press; Slp edition (July 1, 2004)
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Engineering
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Giulo Carlo Argan (1902-1992) was an Italian art and architecture historian, critic, and strong anti-Fascist voice.

Ships from and sold by CarolinesAttic. Giulo Carlo Argan (1902-1992) was an Italian art and architecture historian, critic, and strong anti-Fascist voice. He taught at the University of Palermo in the mid-1950s and moved to Rome in 1959, where he was a professor at the University of Rome. He served as mayor of Rome as a Communist from 1976 to 1979, and then as an Italian senator. He is the author of several classic works of art history, including History of Italian Art, The Baroque Age, and Brunelleschi.

Giulio Carlo Argan (1902-1992) was an Italian art and architecture historian and critic. He was the author of several classic works of art history, including History of Italian Art, The Baroque Age, and Brunelleschi. Bruno Contardi (1952-1999) was a curator and arts administrator, and Milan's Superintendent of Artistic and Historical Works. Gabriele Basilico (. 944) trained as an architect and is one of Italy's leading fine art photographers

Giulio Carlo Argan (17 May 1909 – 12 November 1992) was an Italian art historian and politician. Argan was born in Turin and studied in the University of Turin, graduating in 1931. In 1928 he entered the National Fascist Party. In the 1930 he worked.

Giulio Carlo Argan (17 May 1909 – 12 November 1992) was an Italian art historian and politician. In the 1930 he worked for the National Antiquity and Arts Directorate, first in Turin and then in Modena and Rome, where he collaborated to the creation of the Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro and directed the magazine Le Arti

Giulio Carlo Argan, Bruno Contardi. Michelangelo Buonarroti.

Giulio Carlo Argan, Bruno Contardi.

Bruno Contardi, a student of Giulio Carlo Argan, is the author of several works on Renaissance and Baroque sculpture and architecture. Format Hardback 388 pages.

Michelangelo by Guilio Carlo Argan (English) Paperback Book Free Shipping! . Giulio Carlo Argan (1902-1992) was an Italian art and architecture historian and critic

Michelangelo by Guilio Carlo Argan (English) Paperback Book Free Shipping! £5. 7. Giulio Carlo Argan (1902-1992) was an Italian art and architecture historian and critic. 944) trained as an architect and is one of Italy's leading fine art photographers.

Giulio Carlo Argan, Bruno Contardi, Gabriele Basilico. This monograph presents 31 of his projects, some built, some unrealized, beginning with his early works in Rome at the start of the 16th-century. The book continues with his work in Florence between 1516 and 1534, including the Laurentian Library, and finally the major Roman projects from 1534 to 1564, among them St. Peter's, the Porta Pia, and Santa Maria degli Angeli.

Giulio Argan, Bruno Contardi.

Essays by authors Giulio Carlo Argan and Bruno Contardi discuss the development of Michelangelo’s architectural work including his often difficult relationships with his papal and Medici patrons, and give an insight into Michelangelo’s complex architectural legacy. Gulio Carlo Argan (was an art historian, and professor at the University of Rome 1959-76, Mayor of Rome between 1976-79, and an Italian Senator.

Giulo Carlo Argan wrote the introduction, chapter essays, and epilogue. Bruno Contardi provided the history, chronology, and documentation for the relevant works in individual entries following each chapter essay. About the Author: Giulo Carlo Argan (1902-1992) was an Italian art and architecture historian, critic, and strong anti-Fascist voice.

Giulo Carlo Argan wrote the introduction, chapter essays, and epilogue. Bruno Contardi provided the history, chronology, and documentation for the relevant works in individual entries following each chapter essay.
  • This book has a two overarching contrast and comparison in formation of Michelangelo's career as an architect.

    First, author contrasts Michelangelo (M) to Leonardo da Vinci. This allows reader to understand that the major method and theme of M's art was very religious and theological in its nature. Unlike da Vinci's very scientific artifacts, the author portrays M's art as a very personal aspiration towards God. To corroborate the claim, the author, points out major aspects of M's poetry, painting, and sculpture. In poetry, placement of words and the syntactical relationship is emphasized to point out almost mystical and inductive nature of his artistic bent. In painting, using a Sistine Chapel's painting, the author pulls out the compressed perspective as an "illogical" element of M's art. In sculpture, his "not-finished" element is mentioned as his religiosity.

    Second, the overarching comparison in the book is between Florence and Rome. By comparing the two, the author was able to identify the nature of patronage and their political strife. Both Medici and Pope had difficult times when M was alive. Florence was under the internal turmoil to kick out Medici and establish republic and Rome was under the attack from Reformation to abolish papacy and reinstitute Christianity. That in mind, the book, chronologically analyzes architectural works of M. Florentine works of New Sacristy and Lauretian Library and a Roman works of Capitoline and St. Peter's stand out in the book. The author painstakingly points out the concept and its actual execution to illustrate what kind of role M played as an artist during the major historical events.

    The book is both extensive and intensive in its content. If a prospect reader is a design professional, there are plenty of striking design skills to hear about.

  • Absolutely stunning! Gorgeous illustrations and images! A Scholarly Tome! Excellent Book!!!