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by Stephen J. Campbell

  • Author: Stephen J. Campbell
  • ISBN: 0914660233
  • ISBN13: 978-0914660231
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  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (March 1, 2005)
  • Pages: 268
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The essays featured in Artists at Court explore the experiences and artistic works of artists for whom princely service was a crucial step in their career

The essays featured in Artists at Court explore the experiences and artistic works of artists for whom princely service was a crucial step in their career. The contributors to this volume examine the court artist's working conditions in administrative and ceremonial capacities and how the artists' royal clients may have influenced perceptions of the artist's role and of art itself.

Fenway Court is a scholarly journal about objects in the collection of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. See the Fenway Court Journals from 1970 - 1994. Drawings: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (1968).

Stephen J. Campbell (Chicago/Boston: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, distributed by the University of Chicago Press, 2004). Download with Google. Il Gran Miniatore’ at the Court of Cardinal Alessandro Farnese, in Artists at Court: Image-Making and Identity, 1350-1550, pp. 163-75, 238-44, ed. Stephen J. Il Gran Miniatore’ at the Court of Cardinal Alessandro Farnese, in Artists at Court: Image-Making and.

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Keywords: Artists at Court, Image Making and Identity.

A court painter was an artist who painted for the members of a royal or princely family, sometimes on a fixed .

A court painter was an artist who painted for the members of a royal or princely family, sometimes on a fixed salary and on an exclusive basis where the artist was not supposed to undertake other work. Painters were the most common, but the court artist might also be a court sculptor  . Campbell, John and Welch, Evelyn . Artists at Court: Image-making and Identity, 1300-1550, 2004, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, ISBN 0914660233, 9780914660231. Warnke, Martin, The Court Artist: On the Ancestry of the Modern Artist, 1993, Cambridge University Press

Among the topics discussed are painting as performance, the influence of royal clients on various artists' works, and the general perceptions of their work. Artists discussed include Raphael Sanzio, usually known only as Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, and numerous lesser-known painters. Contributors also examine various famous patrons, such as the.

III 5. Civic and devotional identity in Northern Italy, 1 Imitation, perspective, science and geometry Court and authority via illusion Alberti Mantegna READING: Stephen J. Campbell, Mantegna’s Triumph: The Cultural Politics of Imitation ‘all’antica’ at the Court of Mantua, 1490-1530, i. . Campbell, Mantegna’s Triumph: The Cultural Politics of Imitation ‘all’antica’ at the Court of Mantua, 1490-1530, in Campbell, e. Artists at Court: Image-Making and Identity, 1300-1550 (Cambridge: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 2004), 91-105, 216-219 Alison Cole, Virtue and Magnificence: Art of the Italian Renaissance Courts (NY: Abrams, 1995), 1743, 144-69 6. Civic and devotional identity in Northern Italy, 2 Piero d.

Image-making and identity, 1300-1550. Fenway court ; vol. 31. General Note: Based on the symposium "The Renaissance court artist" held at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, Mar. 2, 2002. Publication, Distribution, et. Boston Fenway court ; vol. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-267) and index. Personal Name: Campbell, Stephen J. (Stephen John), 1963-. Personal Name: Welch, Evelyn . 1959

Many artists in Renaissance Europe worked for rulers who maintained courts, yet not all of them can be accurately called "court artists." The essays featured in Artists at Court explore the experiences and artistic works of artists for whom princely service was a crucial step in their career.The contributors to this volume examine the court artist's working conditions in administrative and ceremonial capacities and how the artists' royal clients may have influenced perceptions of the artist's role and of art itself. They discuss famous artists such as Raphael, Leonardo, Claus Sluter, and Albrecht Dürer, as well as the lesser-known creators of impressive works produced for famous patrons, including the poet Petrarch, the Dukes of Savoy, and the Bentivoglio rulers of Bologna. Their examination raises questions such as: How did the artist's terms of employment compare with those of other court functionaries? To what extent did court employment correspond with the elevated characterizations of art and artists that began appearing in art treatises by Filarete, Leonardo, and Vasari, among others?A fascinating volume that challenges the traditional dichotomy between the alleged freedom of artists working under early capitalism and the supposed subordination of "craftsmen" working for autocratic rulers, Artists at Court probes the truth behind alternately romantic and oppressed conceptions of the Renaissance artist.