Leonardo is often considered an artist apart, isolated in his greatness. This book is designed to set him in conjunction with broader conditions of paint- ing, at his time and shortly afterward. It is also designed to bring the rich and challenging nature of Leonardo studies under the collective consideration and scrutiny of scholars, irrespective of methodological training and across geo- graphic and institutional boundaries. The volume aims to foster Leonardo’s dialogues––those between the artist and his contemporaries, as well as between Leonardo specialists and Renaissance art historians writ large.

Leonardo in Dialogue: The Artist Amid His Contemporaries

R. Maffeis;
2019

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Leonardo is often considered an artist apart, isolated in his greatness. This book is designed to set him in conjunction with broader conditions of paint- ing, at his time and shortly afterward. It is also designed to bring the rich and challenging nature of Leonardo studies under the collective consideration and scrutiny of scholars, irrespective of methodological training and across geo- graphic and institutional boundaries. The volume aims to foster Leonardo’s dialogues––those between the artist and his contemporaries, as well as between Leonardo specialists and Renaissance art historians writ large.
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978-88-317-4245-0
Leonardo da Vinci, dialogue, artistic connections, contemporaries, Vercocchio, sculpture, Fra' Bartolomeo, Van Eyck, landscape, materiality, renaissance architecture, Isabella d'Este, portrait, Correggio, Dürer, Venice, dream, Paolo Giovio, Raphael, theory of painting, stairs, fossils
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