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Preface and Acknowledgments PROLOGUE I. FIFTEENTH-CENTURY VENICE INTRODUCTION 1. CIVIC ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM 2. CHURCHES 3. DUCAL TOMBS 4. FREESTANDING PUBLIC SCULPTURE 5. ALTARPIECES 6. CONFRATERNITIES 7. PALACES 8. NONNARRATIVE DEVOTIONAL PAINTING 9. NARRATIVE DEVOTIONAL PAINTING 10. PORTRAITS OF MEN 11. PORTRAITS OF WOMEN II. SIXTEENTH-CENTURY VENICE INTRODUCTION 12. CIVIC ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM 13. FREESTANDING PUBLIC SCULPTURE 14. CHURCHES 15. ALTARPIECES 16. DUCAL TOMB 17. REFECTORIES 18. CONFRATERNITIES 19. PALACES 20. NONNARRATIVE DEVOTIONAL PAINTING 21. NARRATIVE DEVOTIONAL PAINTING 22. SECULAR PAINTING 23. PORTRAITS OF MEN 24. PORTRAITS OF WOMEN 25. HALLS OF STATE 26. VILLAS OF THE VENETO CONCLUSION: PATRONAGE Timeline Glossary Selected Bibliography List of Illustrations Picture Credits Index
Loren Partridge is Professor Emeritus of Art History and Italian Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. His many books include Art of Renaissance Florence, 1400--1600; Michelangelo, "The Last Judgment": A Glorious Restoration; The Art of Renaissance Rome, 1400--1600; and Michelangelo: The Sistine Chapel Ceiling. He has been honored by Fulbright, Kress, Guggenheim, and Getty fellowships; grants from the American Academy in Rome and the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton; and chairmanship of the departments of both History of Art and Art Practice at the University of California, Berkeley.
"Delightful and convenient ... rich and readable ... A valuable contribution and a model piece of art historical synthesis, the text is as well written as the project is deftly conceived." -- P. Emison CHOICE "Throughout the book, Partridge masterfully interweaves close formal and stylistic analysis with thorough treatments of these works' iconography, patronage, and relation to civic ritual, local history, and broader trends in spirituality and literature." -- Lorenzo G. Buonanno Renaissance Quarterly