Beyond Isabella d'Este, who were the secular female patrons of art and architecture in Renaissance Italy? This volume brings together fourteen essays that examine the important and often unrecognised roles secular women -- both aristocratic and bourgeois -- played in the patronage of visual culture during the Italian renaissance.Bruce L. Edelstein currently teaches in Florence for New York University and Florida State University. ... at Syracuse University in Italy and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and curatorial and research positions at the Medicianbsp;...
|Author||:||David G. Wilkins|
|Publisher||:||Truman State Univ Press - 2001-01-01|