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Renaissance Theory presents an animated conversation among art historians about the optimal ways of conceptualizing Renaissance art, and the links between Renaissance art and contemporary art and theory. This is the first discussion of its kind, involving not only questions within Renaissance scholarship, but issues of concern to art historians and critics in all fields. O ...more
Paperback, 550 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Routledge (first published April 25th 2007)
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Courtney
Love the way this series was conceived and organized; from the helpful intro by Zorach, to the interesting circulated essays, to the inclusion of a transcript from a roundtable referencing those essays, to many short assessments by interesting people working on the field who also had access to the essays and the seminar transcripts.
A great intro into what is going on in the field of Renaissance art history, much of which is quite progressive and innovative!
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