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The Cambridge Companion to Titian

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Part of Cambridge Companions to the History of Art

Patricia Meilman, David Rosand, Patricia Meilman, Carolyn C. Wilson, Caroline Karpinski, Paul Joannides, Deborah Howard, Iain Fenlon, Luba Freedman, Laurie Schneider Adams, Mary D. Garrard
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  • Date Published: January 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521796309

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  • Titian was the pre-eminent artist of Venice during the sixteenth century. Renowned throughout Italy, as well as Europe, Titian is unquestionably one of the giants of Western art. His importance has never been questioned and his works have, from his own day to the present, been enduringly admired. The Cambridge Companion to Titian serves as an introduction to this prolific artist. Covering all aspects of his life and career, this anthology examines Titian's paintings, prints and use of architecture. Other essays provide an in-depth look at the culture of sixteenth-century Venice, its artistic climate and Titian's contribution to Venetian painting. Intended as a fundamental resource for specialists and students, The Cambridge Companion to Titian provides a balanced and informative inquiry into diverse aspects of the artist's achievements.

    • Provides an introduction and in-depth analysis of a well-recognized Western master
    • Provides cultural context for Titian and his paintings
    • Explores the relationship of his painting to other disciplines (poetry, printmaking, architecture)
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    Review of the hardback: '… comprehensive study … the various contributors to this volume have to be congratulated on offering such a diverse, fresh and multifaceted examination … an impressive collection of essays …'. The Art Book

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    • Date Published: January 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521796309
    • length: 418 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 24 mm
    • weight: 0.61kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction: an introduction to Titian: context and career Patricia Meilman
    Part I. Titian's Diverse Genres:
    1. Inventing mythologies: the painter's poetry David Rosand
    2. A lifelong passion: Titian's religious art Patricia Meilman
    3. Invention, devotion and the requirements of patrons: Titian and the new cult of St. Joseph Carolyn C. Wilson
    4. 'Lights always at play with shadows': prints in Titian's service Caroline Karpinski
    Part II: Titian and His Art:
    5. Titian and Michelangelo/Michelangelo and Titian Paul Joannides
    6. Titian's painted architecture Deborah Howard
    7. Music and experience in Titian's Venice Iain Fenlon
    8. Titian and the classical heritage Luba Freedman
    Part III. Titian Interpreted:
    9. Poetry and anecdote in Carlo Ridolfi's Life of Titian Norman Land
    10. Iconographic aspects of the gaze in some paintings by Titian Laurie Schneider Adams
    11. 'Art more powerful than nature?': Titian's motto reconsidered Mary D. Garrard.

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    Patricia Meilman

    Contributors

    Patricia Meilman, David Rosand, Patricia Meilman, Carolyn C. Wilson, Caroline Karpinski, Paul Joannides, Deborah Howard, Iain Fenlon, Luba Freedman, Laurie Schneider Adams, Mary D. Garrard

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