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Journal of the Warburg & Courtauld Institutes. Vol. XIII (13), 3-4, July-December 1950.

Journal of the Warburg & Courtauld Institutes) GOMBRICH, E. H.; MOMIGLIANO, Arnaldo; ETTLINGER, L. D.; BOASE, T. S. R., et al.:

Editorial: London: Warburg Institute, University of London, 1950., 1950
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First Edition. Entire issue offered, pp. 151-328; illus. Original printed wrappers, 4to. Very Good+. Contents: Gonzaga Symbols in the Palazzo del Te (XIII, pp. 151-188) Frederick Hartt The Sala dei Venti in the Palazzo del Te (XIII, pp. 189-201) E. H. Gombrich (reprinted in Symbolic Images: Studies in the Art of the Renaissance, 2, London, 1972). 'In his article on the Sala dei Venti in the Palazzo del Te, E. H. Gombrich demonstrated that the iconography of the sixteen medallions, which are arranged like a frieze beneath a series of alternating depictions of months and zodiacal signs, was based on the astrological doctrines associated with the risings and settings of the extra-zodiacal constellations. Gombrich traced this doctrine to passages in Book V of the Astronomica of Marcus Manilius and Book VIII of the Matheseos Libri VIII of Julius Firmicus Maternus which, as he noted, run so closely parallel that it is often difficult to determine which author was consulted. . The [1975] translation by Jean Rhys Bram . is somewhat too free to be wholly reliable. In general, Gombrich's translations of the relevant passages are markedly closer to the original' (Kristen Lippincott, 'The Astrological Decoration of the Sala dei Venti in the Palazzo del Te', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. 47, 1984, pp. 216-222). Holbein, Torrigiano and Some Portraits of Dean Colet: A Study of Holbein’s Work in Relation to Sculpture (XIII, pp. 202-236) F. Grossmann The Twelve Pictures “Ordered by Velasquez” and the Trial of Valguarnera (XIII, pp. 237-284) Jane Costello Ancient History and the Antiquarian (XIII, pp. 285-315) Arnaldo Momigliano The Eagle-Stone (XIII, pp. 316-318) A. A. Barb The Vulture Epistle (XIII, pp. 318-322) A. A. Barb The Pictorial Source of Ripa’s “Historia” (XIII, pp. 322-323) L. D. Ettlinger A Seventeenth-Century Typological Cycle of Paintings in the Armenian Cathedral at Julfa (XIII, pp. 323-327) T. S. R. Boase The Grave of Euripides in Robert Browning (XIII, pp. 327-328) J. H. Croon. N° de ref. de la librería 16436

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Título: Journal of the Warburg & Courtauld ...

Editorial: London: Warburg Institute, University of London, 1950.

Año de publicación: 1950

Encuadernación: Soft cover

Condición del libro:Very Good

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