Talleres del Renacimiento

Edited by Roberto Cassanelli

Talleres del Renacimiento addresses a basic and yet little known aspect of the history of European art: the process of creating a work of art in the artist’s workshop. Talleres must be understood to be the physical workplace and also the hierarchy of the different skilled tasks, linked to specific economic or market requirements, governing the production of artistic and craftsman objects.

In the Renaissance, unlike in contemporary art, works of art (painting, miniature, sculpture...) were the result of combined efforts by teams of artists coordinated by the main master. This book, with writings by different European experts, explores the fascinating universe of the workshops of masters as famous and prolific as Giotto, Pisanello, Bellini, Rafael... and provides an insight into their workplaces and the teams of artists producing the work.

Talleres del Renacimiento Edited by Roberto Cassanelli



Talleres del Renacimiento addresses a basic and yet little known aspect of the history of European art: the process of creating a work of art in the artist’s workshop. Talleres must be understood to be the physical workplace and also the hierarchy of the different skilled tasks, linked to specific economic or market requirements, governing the production of artistic and craftsman objects.

In the Renaissance, unlike in contemporary art, works of art (painting, miniature, sculpture...) were the result of combined efforts by teams of artists coordinated by the main master. This book, with writings by different European experts, explores the fascinating universe of the workshops of masters as famous and prolific as Giotto, Pisanello, Bellini, Rafael... and provides an insight into their workplaces and the teams of artists producing the work.


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Talleres del Renacimiento addresses a basic and yet little known aspect of the history of European art: the process of creating a work of art in the artist’s workshop. Talleres must be understood to be the physical workplace and also the hierarchy of the different skilled tasks, linked to specific economic or market requirements, governing the production of artistic and craftsman objects.

In the Renaissance, unlike in contemporary art, works of art (painting, miniature, sculpture...) were the result of combined efforts by teams of artists coordinated by the main master. This book, with writings by different European experts, explores the fascinating universe of the workshops of masters as famous and prolific as Giotto, Pisanello, Bellini, Rafael... and provides an insight into their workplaces and the teams of artists producing the work.

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Format: 240 x 310 mm
Pages: 333
Illustrations: 369
Language: Spanish
ISBN: 978-84-88526-50-2

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

El artista y su taller

Pintores y talleres en la Italia del Renacimiento

Discípulos y ayudantes del taller de Giotto

El taller de Pisanello

Bajo el signo de Ghiberti

Fouquet

Los Bellini

El taller del vidriero municipal Veit Hirsvogel-Una visión de los aspectos prácticos del trabajo y de la evolución del vitral en Nuremberg durante la época de Durero

Rafael

La escuela de Fontainebleau: "historias antiguas... y modernas"

El taller de Jan van Scorel en Haarlem: modos de colaboración y producción artística

La escuela de los Caracci, entre academia y taller

Glosario

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