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Sequel to Barolsky s Vasari trilogy and pendant volume in particular to Michelangelo s Nose, this book continues the author s examination of the poetic imagination of Michelangelo s autobiography in relation to his art and poetry With his usual brio, Barolsky suggests that Michelangelo s concerns with poetic origins are linked in subtle, diverse ways to the meanings of BoSequel to Barolsky s Vasari trilogy and pendant volume in particular to Michelangelo s Nose, this book continues the author s examination of the poetic imagination of Michelangelo s autobiography in relation to his art and poetry With his usual brio, Barolsky suggests that Michelangelo s concerns with poetic origins are linked in subtle, diverse ways to the meanings of Botticelli s Primavera, Signorelli s Pan, Piero di Cosimo s Prometheus pictures, Raphael s Parnassus, and Titian s Fete Champetre Focusing on the unexpected importance for Michelangelo of the pastoral, Barolsky illuminates the role of Ovid both in the artist s biography and in his theory and practice of art Conceiving his book as a contribution to our understanding of poetic imagination in the age of the Renaissance, Barolsky elaborates here on his previous discussion of Renaissance biography in the tradition of Boccaccio s fables.
  • Title: The Faun In The Garden: Michelangelo And The Poetic Origins Of Italian Renaissance Art
  • Author: Paul Barolsky
  • ISBN: 9780271013039
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Hardcover

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The Faun In The Garden: Michelangelo And The Poetic Origins Of Italian Renaissance Art By Paul Barolsky Sequel to Barolsky s Vasari trilogy and pendant volume in particular to Michelangelo s Nose, this book continues the author s examination of the poetic imagination of Michelangelo s autobiography in relation to his art and poetry With his usual brio, Barolsky suggests that Michelangelo s concerns with poetic origins are linked in subtle, diverse ways to the meanings of BoSequel to Barolsky s Vasari trilogy and pendant volume in particular to Michelangelo s Nose, this book continues the author s examination of the poetic imagination of Michelangelo s autobiography in relation to his art and poetry With his usual brio, Barolsky suggests that Michelangelo s concerns with poetic origins are linked in subtle, diverse ways to the meanings of Botticelli s Primavera, Signorelli s Pan, Piero di Cosimo s Prometheus pictures, Raphael s Parnassus, and Titian s Fete Champetre Focusing on the unexpected importance for Michelangelo of the pastoral, Barolsky illuminates the role of Ovid both in the artist s biography and in his theory and practice of art Conceiving his book as a contribution to our understanding of poetic imagination in the age of the Renaissance, Barolsky elaborates here on his previous discussion of Renaissance biography in the tradition of Boccaccio s fables.

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