Italian Renaissance Imagery

Newbery, Timothy J., "Italian Renaissance Frames" (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at May 4, 2016
Newbery, Timothy J., "Italian Renaissance Frames" (repost)

Newbery, Timothy J., "Italian Renaissance Frames"
Metropolitan Museum of Art/H.N.Abrams | 1990 | ISBN: 0870995871/0810934558 | English | PDF | 111 pages | 18.25 Mb

The frames created in Italy during the Renaissance are unequaled in their range of design, richness of decoration, and craftsmanship. Often works of art in themselves, they have suffered nonetheless from their subordinate role. …

Italian Renaissance Art: Duccio di Buoninsegna  Graphics

Posted by nrg at June 25, 2014
Italian Renaissance Art: Duccio di Buoninsegna

Italian Renaissance Art: Duccio
110 jpg | up to 8126*4521 | 306.7 Mb
Italian artist

Italian Renaissance Art: Simone Martini  Graphics

Posted by nrg at June 21, 2014
Italian Renaissance Art: Simone Martini

Italian Renaissance Art: Simone Martini
97 jpg | up to 6592*9168 | 284.83 Mb
Italian painter

Italian Renaissance Art: Cimabue  Graphics

Posted by nrg at June 20, 2014
Italian Renaissance Art: Cimabue

Italian Renaissance Art: Cimabue
39 jpg | up to 3238*5697 | 117.14 Mb
Florentine painter and creator of mosaics

TTC Video Kenneth R.Bartlett Italian Renaissance  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by alexov85 at Oct. 20, 2010
TTC Video Kenneth R.Bartlett Italian Renaissance

TTC Video Kenneth R.Bartlett Italian Renaissance
eLearning - DVDRip | English | Run time: ~36 x 30 min | 6.64 GB
video: XviD, 640x480 754 Kbps | audio: MP3, 128 Kbps 2 channels
Lecture, Renaissance, History, Italian Culture

When you think of the Italian Renaissance, chances are you think of what it gave us. The extraordinary sculptures of Michelangelo. The incomparable paintings of Leonardo da Vinci. The immortal written works of Petrarch and Machiavelli.
But have you ever wondered why there was such an artistic, cultural and intellectual explosion in Italy at the start of the 14th century?
Why did it occur in Italy and not another part of Europe, and why did it happen in certain Italian city-states, such as Florence?
Why did it ultimately fail in the middle of the 16th century?

Italian Renaissance Painting: 1450-1530 (2006)  Video

Posted by nakil at Sept. 25, 2010
Italian Renaissance Painting: 1450-1530 (2006)

Italian Renaissance Painting: 1450-1530 (2006)
DVD-Rip | English | AVI | XviD @ 1634kbps | 704 x 400 | 29 fps | MP3 @ 128kbps | 00:58:48 | 745 MB
Genre: Documentary

The early Renaissance Italian painters transformed the ways in which they depicted their subject matter, developing more naturalistic representations of people and places. How did later generations of artists use and expand those techniques, and to what ends?
Imago Triumphalis: The Function and Significance of Triumphal Imagery for Italian Renaissance Rulers

Imago Triumphalis: The Function and Significance of Triumphal Imagery for Italian Renaissance Rulers (Renaissance and Baroque Studies and Texts, V. 31) by Margaret Ann Zaho (Author)
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing (February 2004) | ISBN-10: 0820462357 | PDF | 3 Mb | 143 pages

The triumphal procession was a prominent and important iconographical tool used by Italian Renaissance rulers in an effort to create and enforce a powerful personal mythology. Independent rulers in fifteenth-century Italy used the motif of the Roman triumph or pompa triumphalis, for self-aggrandizement and personal expression. The image of the triumph, for them, became an immensely significant concetto used in the construction of their personal image.

The Medici: Power, Money, and Ambition in the Italian Renaissance [Audiobook]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at March 25, 2017
The Medici: Power, Money, and Ambition in the Italian Renaissance [Audiobook]

Paul Strathern, Derek Perkins (Narrator), "The Medici: Power, Money, and Ambition in the Italian Renaissance"
ASIN: B01CPZVYK2, ISBN: 1494567164 | 2016 | MP3@64 kbps | ~16:21:00 | 464 MB

Influences: Art, Optics, and Astrology in the Italian Renaissance (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at March 14, 2017
Influences: Art, Optics, and Astrology in the Italian Renaissance (repost)

Mary Quinlan-McGrath, "Influences: Art, Optics, and Astrology in the Italian Renaissance"
2013 | ISBN-10: 0226922847, 022642166X| 304 pages | PDF | 3MB
Andrew Lawrence-King - Harp Music of the Italian Renaissance (2004)

Andrew Lawrence-King - Harp Music of the Italian Renaissance (2004)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers + Digital Booklet | 60:03 | 293 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Hyperion | Catalog: CDH55162

I believe that this was Andrew Lawrence-King's first recording (1986) – a sterling effort which is ample proof of why he went on to become a well-established figure in his field. He has appeared on numerous recordings, including many with Jordi Savall's Hesperian XX, and is currently the director of the Harp Consort. The program is both musically interesting and eminently listenable; and given Lawrence-King's credentials (he won an Organ Scholarship to Selwyn College, Cambridge and completed his studies at the London Early Music Centre), his understanding of the material is unquestionably comprehensive. His technical execution is equally impressive.