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0061 Yvonne Schmuhl, Das Inkarnat in der griechischen Malerei
Up to the present the flesh tone in painting of the classical Greek period has been only in the interest of a few archaeologists. In contrast to the approaches of these researchers, [...]
0060 Werner Oechslin, L'idea della architettura universale: Vincenzo Scamozzis Grundlegung einer Theorie der Architektur
Scamozzi's Idea della architettura universale (1615) is the last architectural treatise endeavoring to provide a comprehensive and all-encompassing presentation of all theoretical and practical issues pertaining to architecture. [...]
0059 Margaret Daly Davis, Vincenzo Scamozzi als Leser der antiken Schriftquellen und Denkmäler: Der "Indice copiosissimo" zu Sebastiano Serlio
Already in his early youth Sebastiano Serlio's writings were well-known to Vincenzo Scamozzi. In particular Serlio's third book, dedicated to ancient Roman architecture, and his first two books on geometry and perspective, formed [...]
0058 Hubertus Günther, Scamozzi kommentiert Serlio
This article presents the Serlio-copy of 1551 with the glosses of Scamozzi which the Ernst von Siemens Foundation has acquired for the library of the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte. We present the realia of the volume and the glosses in the context of [...]
0057 Corina Meyer, "[...] denn gute Gemälde hatte ich versprochen, gute habe ich geliefert, aber, aber [...]". Ein folgenreicher Streit um die Erwerbung eines Filippino Lippi im Städelschen Kunstinstitut um 1820
At the beginning of the 19th century, German artists lived in Italy and worked as art agents for art galleries in their home countries. One such art trade partner was the Städelsches Kunstinstitut in Frankfurt am Main. One of their art agents [...]
0056 Daniela Wagner, Das Ende der Welt ist nicht das Ende der Tugend. Tintorettos Jüngstes Gericht für Venedig
Tintoretto's Last Judgement of Madonna dell'Orto in Venice includes an unusual detail: the scene of a flood. While Tintoretto refers to Michelangelo's Sixtine Chapel Judgement in form and structure, the depiction of [...]
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