Patrons and Painters: A Study in the Relations Between Italian Art and Society in the Age of the Baroque

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Yale University Press, 1980 - 474 Seiten
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Fusing the social and economic history with the cultural and artistic achievements of seventeenth and eighteenth century Italy, this book presents a unique and invaluable perspective on the period.
 

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The mechanics of seventeenthcentury patronage
3
Rape of the Sabines Pinacoteca Capitolina Rome
10
Pope Urban VIII and his entourage
24
The religious orders
63
Palazzo Barberini Rome
77
The private patrons 04
94
The wider public
120
The decline of Roman patronage
146
The foreign residents
299
The Enlightenment
317
Publishers and Connoisseurs
332
Francesco Algarotti
347
A new direction
361
Dealers and petits bourgeois
373
The last patrons
379
Conclusion
384

DISPERSAL
167
The intervention of Europe
169
The provincial scene
203
VENICE
243
State Nobility and Church
245
Foreign influences
276
Appendices
386
Postscript to Second Edition
396
Bibliography
411
Index
443
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Über den Autor (1980)

Haskell retired as professor of the history of art at Oxford University in 1995.

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