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Benedetto and Santi Buglioni (Series: Princeton monographs in art and archaeology, 9. )

Marquand, Allan

ISBN 10: 0878171118 / ISBN 13: 9780878171118
Editorial: Hacker Art Books, New York, 1972
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Hardcover-very clean, clean boards, no dj - xlvi, 223 p. illus. 27 cm. Princeton monographs in art and archaeology, 9. Includes Illustrations. Reprint of the 1921 ed. published by Princeton University Press, which was issued as v. 9 of Princeton monographs in art and archaeology. Bibliography: p. 219-221. ["Benedetto Buglioni (1459/1460-1521) was an Italian sculptor. Buglioni was born in Florence, son of another sculptor Giovanni di Bernardo. [1] In the early 1480s Buglioni and his brother opened their own studio, and jointly worked on a number of commissions for various churches in the area. This includes works for the Church of Ognissanti, the church of San Pietro in Radicofani, and the Church of Santa Lucia a Settimello in Calenzano. Buglioni specialized in glazed terracotta works. Some of his other works reside at the Cleveland Museum of Art. [2] Buglioni died in Florence in 1521."] ["Allan Marquand (1853-1924) was an art historian at Princeton University and a curator of the Princeton University Art Museum. Marquand was the son of Henry Gurdon Marquand, a prominent philanthropist and art collector. After graduating from Princeton in 1874, Allan obtained his Ph.D. in Philosophy in 1880, at the Johns Hopkins University. His thesis, supervised by Charles Sanders Peirce, was on the logic of Philodemus. He returned to Princeton in 1881 to teach Latin and logic. During the 1881-82 academic year, Marquand built a mechanical logical machine that is still extant (picture at the Firestone Library); he was inspired by related efforts of William S. Jevons in the UK. In 1887, following a suggestion of Peirce's, he outlined a machine to do logic using electric circuits. This necessitated his development of Marquand diagrams. According to Lavin (1983: 8), the President of Princeton, McCosh, deemed "unorthodox and unCalvinistic" Marquand's relatively mathematical approach to the teaching logic, an approach he had learned at Peirce's feet. Hence in 1883, Marquand was offered a position teaching art history, a position he held until his death and at which he excelled. He was elected chairman of the Department of Art and Archaeology in 1905. He also served as the first director of the Princeton University Art Museum, a position he held until his 1922 retirement."] Buglioni, Benedetto, -- ca. 1460-1521.,Buglioni, Santi, -- 1494-1576., N° de ref. de la librería 08060902936os0

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Título: Benedetto and Santi Buglioni (Series: ...

Editorial: Hacker Art Books, New York

Año de publicación: 1972

Encuadernación: Hard Cover

Condición del libro: Very Good

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