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Giovanni Bellini
Roger Eliot Fry
1883145031
March 1995
Hardcover
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Giovanni Bellini
Anchise Tempestini
0789204339
March 1999
Hardcover
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Language Notes
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Italian


Giovanni Bellini
Rone Goffen
0300043341
January 1988
Hardcover
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From Library Journal
The primacy of Giovanni Bellini in the history of Venetian Renaissance painting is indisputable. In an exquisite series of chronologically ordered thematic essays, Goffen scrutinizes Bellini's oeuvre in terms of private and public religious subjects, portraiture, and humanistic and allegorical content. Particularly impressive is the author's capacity to evoke the paintings' formal and emotive nuances along with convincing and complementary readings of their iconographic meaning. While making us acutely aware of the social context for which these works were created, it is nevertheless the masterful articulation of Bellini's chromatic explorations of nature and mood that is this volume's crowning contribution. This amply documented, handsomely produced, and sumptuously illustrated opus is now the essential scholarly...


The Cambridge Companion to Giovanni Bellini
Peter Humfrey (Editor)
0521662966
November 2003
Hardcover
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Review
'The Cambridge Companion to Giovanni Bellini is highly recommended to anyone interested in Venetian Renaissance painting.' Times Literary Supplement
'... the Cambridge Companion to Bellini provides a highly informative and illuminating view of many aspects of the artist's work and career. While more traditional topics and well-trodden ground are shown in a new light, areas for which there is little remaining documentation are handled skilfully ...'. The Art Book
'Peter Humfrey has admirably succeeded in matching authors with topics ... the Bellini Companion volume points to a remarkable resurgence of interest in an artist about whom much still remains to be said.' Burlington Magazine

Review
"...highly recommended..." Times Literary Supplement

"The scholarly approaches range...



Venetian Painting in the Fifteenth Century: Jacopo, Gentile and Giovanni Bellini and Andrea Mantegna (Otto Pacht - the Collected Writings)
Otto Pacht
1872501540
October 2003
Hardcover
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Book Description
Otto Pacht, one of the most significant art-historians of the 'Vienna School', and well known for his analyses of Early Netherlandish art, turns his attention in this publication to the humanist circle of Early Renaissance painters in Venice, dominated by Jacopo Bellini, his sons Gentile and Giovanni, and also his son-in-law Andrea Mantegna. It was a period of newly awakened interest in the Antique, of studies made directly from nature, and of trial and error in the technique of perspective. And in addition, a new awareness of the role of light and colour in the devotional and often monumental images of the Madonna, of altarpieces and of allegories contributed to the founding of what we now recognise as the hall-mark of Venetian painting, that culminated with Titian. Of the Bellini family, it has been Giovanni who was...


Giovanni Bellini and the Art of Devotion
Rhonda Kasl (Editor)
0936260793
January 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Giovanni Bellini was the leading artist of the early Renaissance in Venice and the master of what was probably the largest workshop of any painter in Italy. Many of the works that are today associated with Bellini are half-length images of the Virgin and Child, a type of painting that became the mainstay of his workshop’s production, where they were created and replicated in great numbers to meet the needs of private devotion. The local market was large and its demands were varied in terms of both style and quality, and the Bellini workshop accommodated these demands through standardized methods of production. The essays included in this book examine the practice of workshop replication both to understand the specific working methods of Bellini’s shop and to situate artistic practice within the broader...


Giovanni Bellini and the Art of Devotion
Rhonda Kasl (Editor)
0936260807
January 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
Giovanni Bellini was the leading artist of the early Renaissance in Venice and the master of what was probably the largest workshop of any painter in Italy. Many of the works that are today associated with Bellini are half-length images of the Virgin and Child, a type of painting that became the mainstay of his workshop’s production, where they were created and replicated in great numbers to meet the needs of private devotion. The local market was large and its demands were varied in terms of both style and quality, and the Bellini workshop accommodated these demands through standardized methods of production. The essays included in this book examine the practice of workshop replication both to understand the specific working methods of Bellini’s shop and to situate artistic practice within the broader...


Giovanni Bellini
Riverside Book Co
187835132X
July 1997
(Paperback) - Spanish
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Venetian Painting in the 15th Century: Jacopo, Gentile and Giovanni Bellini and Andrea Mantegna
Otto Pacht
1872501230
January 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Otto Pacht, one of the most significant art-historians of the 'Vienna School', and well known for his analyses of Early Netherlandish art, turns his attention in this publication to the humanist circle of Early Renaissance painters in Venice, dominated by Jacopo Bellini, his sons Gentile and Giovanni, and also his son-in-law Andrea Mantegna. It was a period of newly awakened interest in the Antique, of studies made directly from nature, and of trial and error in the technique of perspective. And in addition, a new awareness of the role of light and colour in the devotional and often monumental images of the Madonna, of altarpieces and of allegories contributed to the founding of what we now recognise as the hall-mark of Venetian painting, that culminated with Titian. Of the Bellini family, it has been Giovanni who was...


Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, and the Renaissance of Venetian Painting
David Alan Alan Brown (Editor)
0300116772
July 2006
Hardcover
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Book Description
The first three decades of the sixteenth century represent, visually and intellectually, the most exciting phase of the Renaissance in Venice—when Giorgione and the young Titian, together with Sebastiano del Piombo, Palma Vecchio, and others, were working alongside the older master Giovanni Bellini. This beautiful book presents an innovative survey of sixty Venetian Renaissance paintings of the caliber of Bellini and Titian’s Feast of the Gods in Washington and Giorgione’s Laura and Three Philosophers in Vienna.


The Age of Titian: Venetian Renaissance Art from Scottish Collections
Peter Humphrey
1903278538
August 2004
Hardcover
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