TOC Sep 9, 2021

Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz, LXIII (2021), Heft 1

Rafael Ugarte Chacón, Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut

Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz
LXIII (2021), Heft 1

Bad Reception: Expressing Disapproval of Art in Early Modern Italy
edited by Diletta Gamberini, Jonathan K. Nelson, Alessandro Nova

Diletta Gamberini - Jonathan K. Nelson
Preface

Alessandro Nova
Bad Reception in Early Modern Italy: An Introduction


Aufsätze – Saggi

Jonathan K. Nelson - Richard J. Zeckhauser
Italian Renaissance Portraits that Disappoint: Isabella d'Este, Francesco del Giocondo and Other Displeased Patrons

David Ekserdjian
Bad Reception and the Renaissance Altarpiece

Chiara Franceschini
Giudizi negativi e stime d'artista nel mondo di Vasari e Michelangelo

Diletta Gamberini
The Fiascos of Mimesis: Ancient Sources for Renaissance Verse Ridiculing Art

Maddalena Spagnolo
Effimere saette: sfide e limiti di una Kunstliteratur satirico-burlesca

Paolo Celi
"Che non l'arebbe fat'a pena Cuio". Porte, apparati e facciata fiorentine in tre testi pasquineschi dello Zoppo Carrozziere e dell'Etrusco

Sefy Hendler
"Broken into pieces and its head thrown into the square": The Numerous Failures of Michelangelo's Bronze Statue of Pope Julius II

Raymond Carlson
Epistolary Criticism, the Minerva Christ, and Michelangelo's Garzone Problem

Gail Feigenbaum
Vulgarity and the Masterly Manner: Annibale Carracci Cites His Sources


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TOC: Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz, LXIII (2021), Heft 1. In: ArtHist.net, Sep 9, 2021 (accessed Oct 18, 2021), <https://arthist.net/archive/34683>.

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