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Renaissance Art: A Very Short Introduction

Posted on: September 29, 2007

Geraldine A. Johnson, Renaissance Art: A Very Short Introduction
Oxford University Press | ISBN 0192803549 | 2005 | PDF | 3 MB | 177 pages


Clearly, it can be very difficult to really ‘see’ the artists as well as the art of 15th- and 16th-century Europe as Renaissance beholders would have done. However, by trying to reconstruct the original ‘period eye’ that would have gazed not only on a relatively small number of works by the great Michelangelo, but also on many more images and objects produced by much less well-known or even anonymous artists and craftsmen, we can begin to move beyond considering only who produced a particular work of art, and instead start to understand why and how such works were made, used, and understood by their original Renaissance beholders.

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