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The Resource Patronage, gender and the arts in early modern Italy : essays in honor of Carolyn Valone, Katherine A. McIver and Cynthia Stollhans, editors

Patronage, gender and the arts in early modern Italy : essays in honor of Carolyn Valone, Katherine A. McIver and Cynthia Stollhans, editors

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Patronage, gender and the arts in early modern Italy : essays in honor of Carolyn Valone
Title
Patronage, gender and the arts in early modern Italy
Title remainder
essays in honor of Carolyn Valone
Statement of responsibility
Katherine A. McIver and Cynthia Stollhans, editors
Title variation
  • Patronage, gender & the arts
  • Patronage, gender & the arts in early modern Italy
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Editor
Honouree
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The sixteen articles in this volume celebrate the work and legacy of Carolyn Valone, professor of Art History, teacher, mentor and friend to many. Valone's publications on ""matrons as patrons"" and ""pie donne"" became influential, ground-breaking work in the 1990s. Her continuing research on women as patrons of art and architecture has pioneered a methodological approach that many scholars have followed. 53 color and black and white illustrations. Bibliography of Carolyn Valone's Works, index
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YDX
Dewey number
707.9/45
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
NX705.5.I8
LC item number
P38 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Valone, Carolyn
  • McIver, Katherine A.
  • Stollhans, Cynthia
Series statement
Italica Press studies in art and history
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  • Art patronage
  • Women art patrons
  • Arts, Italian
  • Arts and society
  • HISTORY
  • Art patronage
  • Arts and society
  • Arts, Italian
  • Women art patrons
  • Italy
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Patronage, gender and the arts in early modern Italy : essays in honor of Carolyn Valone, Katherine A. McIver and Cynthia Stollhans, editors
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Contents
  • Intro; The "Wife's Room" in Florentine Palaces of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries; Fig. 9. Plan of the primo piano of the Capponi-Barocchi Palace in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries (reconstruction) (Caterina D'Amelio). (The salotto in the inventory of 1600 was the "camera a mezzo l'andito della Signora," and its anticamera was th; Fig. 8. Plan of the primo piano of the Corsi-Horne Palace (Fani Revithiadu).; Fig. 7. Plan of the primo piano of the Borgherini Palace in the sixteenth century (reconstruction, Giampaolo Trotta). North is to the bottom
  • Fig. 6. Plan of the primo piano of the Gondi Palace (Enrico Au Capitaine, 1867) spaces are labeled according to the division of 1537. Photo Andrea Lensini. North is to the right.; Fig. 4. Plan of the primo piano of the Pazzi Palace (reconstruction); spaces labeled according to an inventory of 1626 (Caterina D'Amelio).; Fig. 3. Plan of the primo piano of the Tornabuoni Palace in 1498 (reconstruction); spaces labeled according to the inventory of that year (Caterina D'Amelio)
  • Fig. 2. Plan of the primo piano of the Gianfigliazzi Palace, with spaces labeled according to the inventory of 1485 (reconstruction by Matthew Haberling). Fig. 1. Plan of the primo piano of the Medici Palace, 1650, with selected rooms labeled according to the inventory of 1492. North is to the right.; Fig. 5. Plan of the eastern half of the primo piano of the palace of Alberto di Zanobi, later of Francesco Nori (Giuseppe Medici, 1766).; A Palace Built by a Princess?
  • Fig. 4. Palazzo Pamphilj, piano nobile, from Bosticco, Piazza Navona, isola dei Pamphilj. Development of the palazzo, 1612-1646 (plan modifications by Rebecca Charbonneau). Fig. 3. Unknown Artist, View of Piazza Navona (from south end), c.1630 (Museo di Roma, MR 3651). Palazzetto Pamphilj is visible in the lower left corner of the painting.; Fig. 2. Stefano Pignatelli, Palazzetto Pamphilj, piano nobile plan, 1615 (ADP 86.2.2). Olimpia and Pamphilio's apartments are delineated in slightly darker ink at the left of the plan
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994039649
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1 online resource
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online
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9781599103082
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22573/ctt1rmh3s4
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(OCoLC)994039649
Label
Patronage, gender and the arts in early modern Italy : essays in honor of Carolyn Valone, Katherine A. McIver and Cynthia Stollhans, editors
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; The "Wife's Room" in Florentine Palaces of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries; Fig. 9. Plan of the primo piano of the Capponi-Barocchi Palace in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries (reconstruction) (Caterina D'Amelio). (The salotto in the inventory of 1600 was the "camera a mezzo l'andito della Signora," and its anticamera was th; Fig. 8. Plan of the primo piano of the Corsi-Horne Palace (Fani Revithiadu).; Fig. 7. Plan of the primo piano of the Borgherini Palace in the sixteenth century (reconstruction, Giampaolo Trotta). North is to the bottom
  • Fig. 6. Plan of the primo piano of the Gondi Palace (Enrico Au Capitaine, 1867) spaces are labeled according to the division of 1537. Photo Andrea Lensini. North is to the right.; Fig. 4. Plan of the primo piano of the Pazzi Palace (reconstruction); spaces labeled according to an inventory of 1626 (Caterina D'Amelio).; Fig. 3. Plan of the primo piano of the Tornabuoni Palace in 1498 (reconstruction); spaces labeled according to the inventory of that year (Caterina D'Amelio)
  • Fig. 2. Plan of the primo piano of the Gianfigliazzi Palace, with spaces labeled according to the inventory of 1485 (reconstruction by Matthew Haberling). Fig. 1. Plan of the primo piano of the Medici Palace, 1650, with selected rooms labeled according to the inventory of 1492. North is to the right.; Fig. 5. Plan of the eastern half of the primo piano of the palace of Alberto di Zanobi, later of Francesco Nori (Giuseppe Medici, 1766).; A Palace Built by a Princess?
  • Fig. 4. Palazzo Pamphilj, piano nobile, from Bosticco, Piazza Navona, isola dei Pamphilj. Development of the palazzo, 1612-1646 (plan modifications by Rebecca Charbonneau). Fig. 3. Unknown Artist, View of Piazza Navona (from south end), c.1630 (Museo di Roma, MR 3651). Palazzetto Pamphilj is visible in the lower left corner of the painting.; Fig. 2. Stefano Pignatelli, Palazzetto Pamphilj, piano nobile plan, 1615 (ADP 86.2.2). Olimpia and Pamphilio's apartments are delineated in slightly darker ink at the left of the plan
Control code
994039649
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781599103082
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctt1rmh3s4
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)994039649

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