International Gothic art in Italy
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International Gothic art in Italy by Liana Castelfranchi Vegas

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Published by Thames & Hudson in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Italy.

Subjects:

  • Painting, Gothic -- Italy,
  • Panel painting, Gothic -- Italy,
  • Painting, Italian

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[translated from the Italian by B. D. Phillips and revised by D. Talbot Rice].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsND613 .C313 1968
The Physical Object
Pagination171 p.
Number of Pages171
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5262903M
LC Control Number75391275

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  b) To build the great cathedral of Milan and the Ducal Castle in Pavia, artists from all over Europe converged here and exchanged ideas and stylistic suggestions. 4. The new international gothic style also gave women a different role. In the Middle Ages, they were defective and charged with all defects of humanity. In Italy, perhaps the most influential International Gothic painter was the ubiquitous Gentile da Fabriano. Trained in Venice, his most famous work is the Altarpiece of the Adoration of the Magi (, Uffizi, Florence). The Illuminated Manuscripts of the International Gothic style were the last of the great European illuminations: a tradition which had begun in Ireland, with the Cathach of Columba (c), the Book of Durrow (c), the Lindifarne Gospels and the Echternach Gospels (also referred to as the Gospels of Saint Willibrord) (both c) and the immortal Book of Kells (c). International Gothic. The art of Italy and its northern contemporaries came together in , and the combined artistic traditions became a dominant style of Gothic Art called the Beautiful, or International Style. Though sculpture certainly saw the effects of the movement, painting dominated.

Nov 9, - Usually known as International Gothic, this was an elegant variant of Gothic Art which was current in Western Europe between cc Both are characterized by their emphasis on decoration, pattern & color. Lacking a coherent theory of perspective, figures & objects in Gothic art are usually arranged for decorative effect rather than to give the impression that they inhabit 76 pins. Western painting - Western painting - International Gothic: The style of European painting prevalent during the last half of the 14th century and the early years of the 15th is frequently called International Gothic. There were certainly at that time features common to European painting generally. In this marvellous painting we can perceive the typical atmosphere of the International Gothic: the large use of gold and the fairy-tale like setting of the episode from the Bible. Another superb painting to be seen in these rooms is the Coronation of the Virgin by Lorenzo Monaco, another outstanding example of the courtly elegance of this period. Posts about International Gothic written by carolinarh. Generally speaking, Europe (or at least most of the European countries with the exception, in some aspects, of Italy) was during the course of two centuries essentially “Gothic” under the influence of French styles.