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eBook Triumphs of Caesar by Andrea Mantegna: In the Collection of H.M.the Queen at Hampton Court ePub

by Andrew Martindale

  • ISBN: 090520316X
  • Category: Individual Artists
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Andrew Martindale
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harvey Miller (October 15, 1979)
  • Pages: 342
  • ePub book: 1403 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1910 kb
  • Other: docx txt lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.9
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Subjects; Mantegna, Andrea 1431-1506. Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain 1926- - Art collections - Catalogs.

Subjects; Mantegna, Andrea 1431-1506.

The best thing that Mantegna ever painted was the verdict of Giorgio Vasari writing of the Triumphs of Caesar in the middle of the 16th century. All who see these works - now displayed in the Lower Orangery at Hampton Court - will endorse Vasari's enthusiasm for the paintings which show the Gallic Triumph of Julius Caesar in all its splendour. This study sets the Triumphs The best thing that Mantegna ever painted was the verdict of Giorgio Vasari writing of the Triumphs of Caesar in the middle of the 16th century.

The Triumphs arrived in 1630 at Hampton Court Palace, where they have remained ever since. Martindale, Andrew (1979), The Triumphs of Caesar by Andrea Mantegna in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen at Hampton Court, Harvey Miller, ISBN 05203-16-X. The Lower Orangery was originally built to house Mary II of England's larger tender plants. It was chosen as a setting for the series, since it re-creates the interior of the Palace of San Sebastiano in Mantua, Italy, where the paintings were hung from 1506 in a specially built gallery. reference monograph. 1920), Suetonius: The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Loeb Classics.

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Martindale himself describes his book as ‘an extended catalogue entry’, and this gives a very fair idea of its strengths .

Martindale himself describes his book as ‘an extended catalogue entry’, and this gives a very fair idea of its strengths and limitations. Drawing in part on unpublished documents he examines in detail the dating, purpose, style and later history of the pictures, with a long discussion of the tedious but very relevant question of Mantegna’s use of antique visual sources. They are first mentioned in 1486, when the Duke of Ferrara saw ‘the Triumphs of Caesar which Mantegna is painting’ in the Palazzo della Corte, the old Gonzaga palace which by then had largely been replaced as a family residence by the nearby Castello.

Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain 1926- - Art collections - Catalogs. About the Author: Andrew Martindale is at University of East Anglia.

Mazzocco notes (p. 4) that the book sought to prod Western rulers into organizing militarily to defeat the Turks. 15 In the triumphal entry of Pius II into Spoleto, he is described as "King Pius, lord of the world" because he carries the sacrament. 11 John O'Malley, Praise and Blame in Renaissance Rome, Durham: Duke University Press, 1979, 123-194.