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The Intellectual Life of the Early Renaissance Artist (Интеллектуальная жизнь художников раннего Возрождения) Francis Ames-Lewis (Френсис Эймс-Льюис)

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The Intellectual Life of the Early Renaissance Artist (Интеллектуальная жизнь художников раннего Возрождения) Francis Ames-Lewis (Френсис Эймс-Льюис). It was applied in the Middle Ages to seven branches of learning, the trivium of grammar, logic, and rhetoric, and the quadrivium of arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, and music. Отличная книга для интересующихся не хрестоматийным изложением, но непосредственно предпосылками, причинами, условиями и субъективными аспектами развития искусства эпохи Возрождения.According to Francis Ames-Lewis, The Intellectual Life of the Early Renaissance Artist is not intended to break new ground, but rather to provide an introduction for the non-specialist into some of the principal intellectual themes and issues that caught the attention of early Renaissance painters and sculptors (2), and the book accomplishes this admirably! One of the fundamental questions raised by the author is what role visual artists themselves played in modifying the perception of their profession and art. In particular, Ames-Lewis describes how, during the course of the long fifteenth century (1390-1520), changing modes of representation and choice of content contributed to a redefinition of painting and sculpture as liberal arts liberal arts, term originally used to designate the arts or studies suited to freemen.

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