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Guardar Lontano Veder Vicino Vintage


Author : Philippe Daverio
language : it
Publisher: Rizzoli
Release Date : 2014-06-11T00:00:00+02:00


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Un viaggio iniziatico nel Rinascimento italiano. L’esercizio della curiosità vi porterà ad alzare lo sguardo per guardar lontano, abbracciando i complessi intrecci della storia, e a veder vicino, direttamente dentro le immagini. “Questo non sarà mai un libro di Storia dell’Arte, con le due auliche maiuscole, non assomiglia a uno di quei tomi scolastici che hanno forse lasciato tedio e sonnolenza sui banchi di scuola, ma è piuttosto un viaggio esoterico nelle storie dell’arte.” Forte della sua esperienza di autore e conduttore televisivo, Philippe Daverio non è mai banalmente divulgativo, non intende semplificare fenomeni complessi, ma affronta le vicende degli artisti, delle opere e dei committenti secondo un metodo d’indagine che è diventato la sua cifra personale: sa guardare da lontano o accostarsi per vedere da vicino. Ogni suo nuovo libro è un’avventura che apre nuove prospettive. Il “metodo Daverio” è applicato in questo caso al Rinascimento. Il periodo fondativo della cultura e dell’arte italiana acquista così nuova freschezza e vivacità, prende le mosse dalla pittura di Giotto, “un fulmine nella storia dell’arte”, e si conclude con quel “talentaccio e caratteraccio” di Caravaggio, attraversando la curiosità anarchica di Leonardo, i cagnolini di Tiziano, l’eccentrica sensualità di Parmigianino e i sussulti religiosi di Michelangelo. L’allontanamento dalle categorie canoniche della storia dell’arte e la pratica dello spostamento del punto di vista si rivelano in particolare nelle Daveriologie, pagine nelle quali la curiosità impertinente dell’autore affronta nuove strade di lettura, attraverso accostamenti insoliti, a volte audaci, di capolavori e artisti lontani nel tempo e nello spazio.

Guardar Lontano Veder Vicino Esercizi Di Curiosit E Storie Dell Arte


Author : Philippe Daverio
language : it
Publisher:
Release Date : 2014


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Il Secolo Spezzato Delle Avanguardie Vintage


Author : Philippe Daverio
language : it
Publisher: Rizzoli
Release Date : 2015-05-07T00:00:00+02:00


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L’arte della prima metà del Novecento è un vorticoso susseguirsi di movimenti e “ismi”. Il secolo breve, racchiuso fra l’illuminazione elettrica del cielo di Parigi dall’alto della Tour Eiffel per l’expo del 1889 e il lampo devastante del fungo atomico a Hiroshima, ha forgiato il nostro immaginario. Da qui Philippe Daverio parte per creare un affresco fatto di assonanze e migrazioni, incontri reali e fantastici tra opere e artisti: Klimt, Balla, Kandinskij, Picasso... Un libro-mondo guidato dall’irresistibile libertà del pensiero folle.

Orlando Enraged


Author : Ariosto Ludovico
language : en
Publisher: Rodriguez_Pub
Release Date :


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To the court of King Charlemagne comes Angelica (daughter to the king of Cathay, or India) and her brother Argalia. Angelica is the most beautiful woman any of the Peers have ever seen, and all want her. However, in order to take her as wife they must first defeat Argalia in combat. The two most stricken by her are Orlando and Ranaldo ("Rinaldo" in Rose). When Argalia falls to the heathen knight Ferrau, Angelica flees -- with Orlando and Ranaldo in hot pursuit. Along the way, both Angelica and Ranaldo drink magic waters -- Angelica is filled with a burning love for Ranaldo, but Ranaldo is now indifferent. Eventually, Orlando and Ranaldo arrive at Angelica's castle. Others also gather at Angelica's castle, including Agricane, King of Tartary; Sacripant, King of Circassia; Agramante, King of Africa and Marfisa "Marphisa" in Rose), an Asian warrior-Queen. Except for Orlando and Ranaldo, all are eathen. Meanwhile, France is threatened by heaten invaders. Led by King Gradasso of Sericana (whose principal reason for going to war is to obtain Orlando's sword, Durindana) and King Rodomonte of Sarzia, a Holy War between Pagans and Christians ensues. Ranaldo leaves Angelica's castle, and Angelica and a very love-sick (but very chaste and proper) Orlando, set out for France in search of him. Again the same waters as before are drunk from, but this time in reverse -- Ranaldo now burns for Angelica, but Angelica is now indifferent. Ranaldo and Orlando now begin to fight over her, but King Charlemagne (fearing the consequences if his two best knights kill each other in combat) intervenes and promises Angelica to whichever of the two fights the best against the heathen; he leaves her in the care of Duke Namus. Orlando and Ranaldo arrive in Paris just in time to repulse an attack by Agramante. Namus' camp is overrun by the heathen. Angelica escapes, with Ranaldo in pursuit. Also in pursuit is Ferrau, who (because he had defeated Argalia) considers Angelica his. It is at this point that the poem breaks off. While the Orlando-Ranaldo-Angelica triangle is going on, the stories of other knights and their loves are mixed in. Most important of these is that of the female knight Bradamante (sister of Ranaldo), who falls in love with a very noble heathen knight named Ruggiero ("Rogero" in Rose). Ruggiero, who is said to be a descendent of Alexander the Great and Hector, also falls in love with Bradamante, but because they are fighting on opposite sides it is felt that their love is hopeless. Nevertheless, it is prophecised that they shall wed and found the famous Este line, who shall rise to become one of the major families of Medieval and Renaissance Italy (it is worth noting that the Estes where the patrons of both Boiardo and Ariosto). Opposed to this prophecy is Atlantes, an frican wizard who seeks to derail fate and keep Ruggiero from becoming a Christian. By the end of the poem, Ruggiero is imprisoned in Atlantes' castle. However, Bradamante (who has decided to follow her heart) is in pursuit of her love, and is not too far away. It is the Bradamante-Ruggiero story that eventually takes center stage in Ariosto's work. Other characters of importance: Astolfo, a Peer and friend of Orlando, who is kidnaped by the evil witch Morgana and her sister Alcina; Mandricardo, a fierce but hot-headed heathen; and a young knight named Brandimarte, who falls in love with (and wins the heart of) the beautiful Fiordelisa ("Flordelice" in Rose). All play major or semi-major roles in the events of Ariosto's poem.

Cinque Canti Five Cantos


Author : Ludovico Ariosto
language : en
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Release Date : 1996-03-01


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This new translation brings to English-speaking readers an intense and brooding work by the greatest poet of the Italian Renaissance, Ludovico Ariosto. Begun as a sequel to his epic masterpiece Orlando Furioso (1516), the unfinished Cinque Canti are a powerful poem in their own right. Tragic in tone,they depict the disintegration of the chivalric world of Charlemagne and his knights and give poetic expression to a sense of cultural, political, and religious crisis felt in Ariosto's Italy and in early sixteenth-century Europe more generally. David Quint's introduction freshly examines the literary sources and models of the Cinque Canti and discusses the cultural contexts and historical occasions of the poem. Printed with facing Italian text, this volume allows the modern reader to experience a work of Renaissance literature whose savage beauty still has the power to chill and fascinate.

The Gates Of Paradise


Author : Anna Maria Giusti
language : en
Publisher: Giunti
Release Date : 2012


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After nearly 30 years of restoration, the gilt bronze doors that Lorenzo Ghiberti made for the Florence Baptistery between 1425 and 14520 are once again on show for the world to see. This masterpiece of 15th-century sculpture, which Michelangelo called the Gates of Paradise, has found a new home in the Museo dell'Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence. This book presents the first images of the fully restored Gates, traces their long history and offers a careful look at the Old Testament scenes on the bronze panels.

The Lamplighter


Author : Maria Susanna Cummins
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1854


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Abandoned and mistreated, little Gerty is an angry and sometimes violent child, but is taken in by the gentle, virtuous lamplighter. From his gentle behavior Gerty learns how to curb her anger and let her virtue shine forth.