The Rediscovery of Antiquity: The Role of the Artist

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Jane Fejfer, Tobias Fischer-Hansen, Annette Rathje
Museum Tusculanum Press, 2003 - Art - 551 pages
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Written by Scandinavian scholars, this book is a collection of essays on topics such as: The Importance of Etruscan Antiquity in Tuscan Renaissance Art; Orfeo Boselli and the Interpretation of the Antique; Michelangelo and Greek Sculpture; Polish Artists and the Emergence of Archaeology in Eighteenth-Century Rome; and Pirro Logorio and the Rediscovery of Antiquity.
 

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Contents

Preface
9
Between Scylla and Charybdis
23
Michelangelo and Greek Sculpture
37
Pirro Ligorio
63
Orfeo Boselli and
89
The Artists Contribution to
123
How to Choose
147
An ornament of the mind
211
Julianeh0j and the Memorial Grove
247
Iudicium et ordo
277
Laurent Guiard
299
Mantua Mantegna and Rome
323
Providence send us a lord
371
Polish Artists and the Emergence
397
Caravaggio and the Role
423
Copyright

Wiedewelt Winckelmann and Antiquity
229

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Jane Fejfer lectures at the University of Copenhagen. Annette Rathje is associate professor at the University of Copenhagen. Tobias Fischer-Hansen is a Classical Archaeologist.

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