Studies in Early Christian, Medieval and Renaissance Art

@inproceedings{Krautheimer1971StudiesIE,
  title={Studies in Early Christian, Medieval and Renaissance Art},
  author={R. Krautheimer},
  year={1971}
}
The Propagation and Proliferation of the Greek Ideal: From Antiquity to Winckelmann
ing, and poised nature of divinity and, thus, articulates the attributes of Apollo 43 Zanker, 2002, 44-46, states that while Antony associated himself with Dionysus to elaborate on his militaryExpand
The Architecture of the Christian Holy Land: Reception from Late Antiquity through the Renaissance
In the absence of the bodies of Christ and Mary, architecture took on a special representational role during the Christian Middle Ages, marking out sites associated with the bodily presence of theExpand
Pliny the Elder and the Emergence of Renaissance Architecture
The Naturalis historia by Pliny the Elder provided Renaissance scholars, artists, and architects with details of ancient architectural practice and long-lost architectural wonders – material that wasExpand
Alberti’s Sant’Andrea and the Etruscan Proportion
Sant’Andrea in Mantua is the last of Alberti’s churches yet it is the most complete, and the one in which his intentions seem to be clearest. It takes the form of a Latin cross, but evidence suggestsExpand
Quod vocatur paradiso: The pigna and the atrium of Old St. Peter's
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A History Built on Ruins: Venice and the Destruction of the Church of the Holy Apostles in Constantinople
In 1463, construction was underway on the Fatih Mosque in Istanbul by Sultan Mehmet II. According to one of the Sultan's ambassadors, the Mosque was located "in the best site of the city." The siteExpand
Palpable Politics and Embodied Passions:Terracotta Tableau Sculpture in Italy, 1450-1530
Polychrome terracotta tableau sculpture is one of the most unique genres of 15thcentury Italian Renaissance sculpture. In particular, Lamentation tableaux by Niccolò dell’Arca and Guido Mazzoni, withExpand
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