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Item Number: 137945
Title: Rome, Travel and the Sculpture Capital, c.1770-1825
Author: Macsotay, Tomas (ed)
Record created on 09/18/15
Description: London: Routledge, 2016. 24cm., hardcover, 274pp., 72 b&w illus.
Contents: 1. Restoring and Making Sculpture in Eighteenth-Century Rome: A Shared Practice, Chiara Piva. 2. Promoting Sculpture in Eighteenth-Century Rome: Exhibitions, Art Criticism, Public, Susanne Adina Meyer. 3. Bringing Modern Rome to Chatsworth: The Formation of the 6th Duke of Devonshire's Sculpture Collection, Alison Yarrington. 4. Truly Transnational? Sculpture Studios in Rome after the Restoration, Christina Ferando. 5. In the Shadow of the Star: Career Strategies of Sculptors in Rome in the Age of Canova (c.1780-1820), Daniella Gallo. 6. Canova and his German Friends, Johannes Myssok. 7. Multiple Views, Contours and Sculptural Narration: Aesthetic Notions of Neoclassical Sculpture in and out of Rome, Roland Kanz. 8. Sculptor and Tourist: John Flaxman and His Italian Journals and Sketchbooks (1787-1794), Eckart Marchand. 9. Struggle and the Memorial Relief: John Deare's Caesar Invading Britain, Tomas Macsotay. 10. The Sculptor, the Duke, and Queer Art Patronage: John Gibson's Mars Restrained by Cupid and Winckelmannian Aesthetics, Roberto C. Ferrari.
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