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The Art of Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone

The Art of Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone
Between Dialect and Language
2 Volume Set

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Part of Cambridge Studies in the History of Art

  • Date Published: October 1996
  • availability: Unavailable - out of print July 2000
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521306300

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  • Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone is a key figure of the Golden Age of Venetian and Veneto art, but his place in the canon of major Renaissance artists is still unclear and the full extent of his influence has often gone unrecognised. This comprehensive study both catalogues his output and examines the social, cultural, and historical context of a career that moved between the most modest provincial places and the highest reaches of Venetian state patronage. There are extensive catalogue entries on all his accepted and collaborative works, with special emphasis on the many difficult problems of condition and bibliography, and the substantial and much-needed corpus of illustrations, which includes a section of colour plates, does justice to both the main body of his oeuvre and the often-neglected minor parts of his numerous cycles.

    • Only substantial study in English
    • Comprehensive critical text and most complete corpus of illustrations (including neglected, lost and minor works, drawings)
    • A major personality, whose art is a non-canonical part of the Italian Renaissance, appealing to modern audiences
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    Reviews & endorsements

    'Pordenone is an excellent candidate for a full-scale monographic treatment, and Cohen's volumes are the first in English devoted to one of the major figures of High Renaissance art in the Veneto.' Bruce Boucher, The Times Literary Supplement

    '... will from now on be the standard work on the artist.' John Steer, The Art Book

    'These two weighty volumes are a magnum opus in every sense of the term.' Apollo

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    • Date Published: October 1996
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521306300
    • dimensions: 293 x 230 x 112 mm
    • weight: 5.985kg
    • contains: 786 b/w illus. 32 colour illus.
    • availability: Unavailable - out of print July 2000
  • Table of Contents

    Part I: Introduction: the Friulian background
    1. 1500–1508: origins and earliest works
    2. 1509–1515: contact with Venetian art and first maturity
    3. 1516–1519: the Roman experience and its immediate aftermath
    4. 1519–1520: treviso
    5. 1520–1522: cremona
    6. 1523–1528: spilimbergo organ shutters and provincial projects
    7. 1527–1532: first Venetian works and the great Emilian cycles
    8. 1532–1535: Venetian inroads and Friulian 'Caposcuola'
    9. 1535–1539: triumph and crisis in Venice
    Part II: Catalogue.

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    Charles E. Cohen, University of Chicago

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