The Transformation Of Vernacular Expression In Early Modern Arts Keizer Joost Richardson Todd
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Series: Intersections ; 19 ;. Publisher: Brill. Local should not be taken to mean obscure: some of the most significant names in late medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque art and letters are represented and examined, including Hans Memling, Donatello, Frans Hals, Dante, and Serlio, the architectural theorist. They are, however, evaluated as carrying local significance and as inscribed within local rather than international frames of reference. In particular, editors Joost Keizer and Todd M.www.juraa.com/images/adventure/hunter.php
Introduction: The Transformation of Vernacular Expression in Early Modern Arts
Richardson suggest the limitations to contemporary theoretical ideals that art carried universal understanding. Beginning with Leonardo da Vinci's expressed ideal that painting needed no interpretation and carried universal meaning, the editors propose an alternative reading that binds the meaning and style of the visual and plastic arts as well as architecture and letters to historically and geographically distinct areas.
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Although the essays span the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries, the collection makes important contributions to understandings of the Renaissance and the intersection of a supposed rebirth of the classics with vernacular idioms, forms, and priorities. The collection builds on recent re-evaluations of Italian Renaissance art in particular, including works by Elizabeth Cropper.
In earlier works, Cropper proposed a realignment of understandings of Renaissance art as grounded in 'life, corporeality, and vividness'; in other words bringing the Renaissance down to earth p. Doing so suggests that what have often been evaluated as works that revived the classical past could instead be thought of as in dialogue with the past, doing so in ways salient to a particular time and place.
Alongside works by Martini, Leonardo, and Raphael that are read this way, the collection also invokes Petrarch and Dante as vernacular writers. The collection surveys not only literature and art that are expressions of the vernacular, but also surveys medieval and Renaissance debates on the value of the vernacular.
The efforts to make vernacular languages adhere to rules and styles is one outcome that is assessed, as is the irony that non-classical languages were subjected to treatment as though they were classical languages with rules of style following the principles of Cicero or Quintilian. Engaging with the vernacular brings with it questions about the arts of the period, such as those relating to the intersection of high art and low art, and folk art versus the polite p.
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As such, the collection moves back from this supra-national intellectual dominance of Latin to look at a variety of local vernacular expressions from the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries. Local should not be taken to mean obscure: some of the most significant names in late medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque art and letters are represented and examined, including Hans Author: Marcus K. Date: July 1,
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