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eBook The Arts of Spain: Iberia and Latin America 1450-1700 ePub

by Marjorie Trusted

  • ISBN: 0271033371
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Marjorie Trusted
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penn State University Press; 1 edition (September 11, 2007)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1317 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1105 kb
  • Other: lit lrf lrf txt
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 299

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The arts of the cultures treated in this book were varied and extremely refined, yet these arts have not been given an. .This richly illustrated volume is a masterful study of the arts of Spain and its colonies from 1450 to 1700.

Joseph Koerner, Courtauld Institute of Art. This is an excellent book. Its virtues are that it offers an overview of the painting, sculpture, architecture, and luxury arts of Iberia; furthermore, it is highly reliable.

The arts of Spain: Iberia and Latin America 1450-1700; The making of sculpture: the materials and techniques of European sculpture. Holly Trusted (publishing as Marjorie Trusted) is a historian of British and Spanish sculpture. Selected publications. Trusted publishes under the name Marjorie Trusted Contributor to Sculpture victorious: art in an age of invention, 1837-1901 (New Haven: Yale University Press: Yale Center for British Art, 2014).

The Arts of Spain book. This beautifully illustrated book opens up the great age of Spanish and.

Often prejudiced ideas about Spanish Catholicism and culture led to a biased understanding of Iberian arts.

A dazzling array of arts from the Peninsula and Hispanic America of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, from the time of the Reconquest of Granada to the decline of the Hapsburg dynasty in Spain, is presented here. The book also discusses Spains cultural relationships with the rest of Europe, particularly Britain, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and explores the ambivalent ways in which Spanish art was viewed and received. Often prejudiced ideas about Spanish Catholicism and culture led to a biased understanding of Iberian arts.

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Find nearly any book by Marjorie Trusted. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. British Sculpture 1470 to 2000: A Concise Catalogue of the Collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum. by Diane Bilbey, Marjorie Trusted. ISBN 9780810966031 (978-0-8109-6603-1) Hardcover, Victoria & Albert Museum, 2002.

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Publication, Distribution, et. University Park, P.Pennsylvania State University Press ; . V&A Publications ; . The Hispanic Society of America, (c)2007. Physical Description: 224 p. : ill. (some co., col. maps ;, 29 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-219) and index. The church Secular art The heritage of Islam and Judaism Workshop practices and the role of the artist Viceregal America Trade and patronage Time line. Rubrics: Art, Spanish Art, Portuguese Art, Spanish colonial Latin America.

Marjorie Trusted’s expertise in Spanish sculpture and her grounding as a curator in an applied arts museum informs her stimulating discourse . The Arts of Spain: Iberia and Latin America 1450–1700. London: V & A, 2007.

Marjorie Trusted’s expertise in Spanish sculpture and her grounding as a curator in an applied arts museum informs her stimulating discourse (Trusted 2007) and expands it beyond two-dimensional visual art forms to include furniture, ceramics, and textiles. Checa Cremades, Fernando. Pintura y escultura del renacimiento en España 1450–1600. Madrid: Cátedra, 1983.

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This beautifully illustrated book opens up the great age of Spanish and Portuguese sculpture, painting, architecture, and the decorative arts. A dazzling array of arts from the Peninsula and Hispanic America of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, from the time of the Reconquest of Granada to the decline of the Habsburg dynasty in Spain, is presented here.

The book also discusses Spain’s cultural relationships with the rest of Europe, particularly Britain, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and explores the ambivalent ways in which Spanish art was viewed and received. Often prejudiced ideas about Spanish Catholicism and culture led to a biased understanding of Iberian arts. This view also sometimes affected the Spaniards’ own view of their arts and traditions, as well as the way in which the art of Spain is perceived today by others. This landmark publication explores how works of art produced in Spain and Portugal relate to other European traditions through themes such as the role of the church, secular art, the heritage of Islam and Judaism, and trade and patronage.

The variety of artworks examined in context within each chapter is impressive and eclectic, ranging from paintings, sculpture, books, and engravings to tapestries, furnishings, ceramics, and architecture. Marjorie Trusted’s accessible but authoritative text, works of art from Spain, Portugal, and Hispanic America, and maps and a timeline linking Hispanic art and culture with contemporary events elsewhere make this an invaluable survey of Hispanic art during its golden age.