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ART 220 (Renaissance Art in Europe) Course Guide: Find Books & eBooks
This guide is intended to help students in ART 220 find resources for their research.
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The Great Masters: Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, Titian Location: 759.5 VAS 1986
The Great Masters presents six of the most detailed and luminous biographies--the lives of Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Titian.
Leonardo Da Vinci
From the Mona Lisa to flying machines, from anatomy to cartography, the paintings and sketches of da Vinci are gathered together in a book that will excite the imagination of any art lover.
Michelangelo and the Viewer in his Time Location: 709.2 BAR 2017
The author brings together new research to show how Michelangelo's art was seen in its own time.
Giovanni Bellini Location: 759.5 DAV 2016
Giovanni Bellini (c. 1430-1516) is the author of some of the most exquisite of Renaissance paintings. He is, in a sense, the painter's painter, who had a long career, like his pupil, Titian, in painting. He influenced many artists, among them Titian, Giorgione, Vecchio, Sebastiano del Piombo, and Albrecht Durer.
Raphael's Madonnas: Images for the Soul Location: 759.5 STE 2016
The Madonna is a central icon in western culture and religion, representing the 'eternal feminine'. At once divine but earthly, cosmic but human, she has a unique spirituality which draws us in and invites contemplation and reflection. This beautiful collection of 43 colour images of the Madonna by Raphael can be used for meditation, prayer or simply for appreciation.
Location: 759.5 DEI 2017
This essential introduction presents key works from Botticelli’s oeuvre to understand the making of a Renaissance legend. Through the painter’s most famous mythological and allegorical scenes, as well as his radiant religious works, we explore a mastery of figuration, movement, and line.
Titian and the End of the Venetian Renaissance Location: 759.03 NIC 2013
This comprehensive, highly illustrated new study examines Titian's long career and varied output. Tom Nichols argues that Titian's works were self-consciously original, freely and intentionally undermining the traditional, more modest approach to painting in Venice at that time.