Stephen J. Campbell, Michael Cole, Italian Renaissance Art, pp.174-199; 202-231
For each class all readings (short essays and articles, c. 15-20 pages, in PDF) will be uploaded on Moodle.
Before each class a short related reading will be uploaded on Moodle
The list follows:
1) E. Welch, Art and Society in Italy 1350-1500, Oxford 1997, pp. 103-129
2) Campbell, Stephen John, Mantegna’s Camera Picta: Visuality and Pathos, in “Art history”, 37.2014, 2, pp. 314-332
3) C. Paolini, Il cassone, un arredo nella casa del Rinascimento, in Virtù d’amore.Pittura nuziale nel Quattrocento fiorentino, catalogo della mostra a cura di Caudio Paolini, Daniela Parenti, Ludovica Sebregondi, Firenze 2010, pp. 51-59
4) Leah R. Clark, Collecting, exchange, and sociability in the Renaissance studiolo, in “Journal of the History of Collections”,vol. 25 no. 2 (2013) pp. 171–184
5) Claudia Kryza-Gersch, The Production of Multiple Small Bronzes in the Italian Renaissance- When, Where and Why (I), in “Ricche Minere”, 1, 2014, pp. 21-40
6) Stephen Scher, The currency of fame: Portrait medals of the Renaissance, New York Frick Coll, 1994. Introduction
7) Patricia Lee Rubin, Understanding Renaissance Portraiture, in The Renaissance Portrait from Donatello to Bellini, catalogo della mostra a cura di Keith Christiansen e Stefan Weppelman, New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011, pp. 2-25.
8) Timothy McCall, Brilliant bodies: Material culture and the Adornment of Men in North Italy’s Quattrocento Courts, in “I Tatti Studies”, vol. 16, nn. 1-2, 2013, pp. 445-490.
9) Evelyn Welch, Art on the edge: hair and hands in Renaissance Italy, in “Renaissance Studies”, Vol. 23 No. 3, 2008, pp. 241-268
Emanuele Lugli, The Hair is Full of Snares. Botticelli’s and Boccaccio’s Wayward Erotic Gaze, in “Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorisches Institutes in Florenz”, 2, 2019, pp. 203-233
10) Tawny Sherrill, Fleas, fur and fashion: "zibellini" as luxury accessories of the Renaissance, in “Medieval clothing and textiles”, 2. 2006, pp. 121-150
11) Rosamund Mack, Bazaar to Piazza. Islamic trade and Italian art, 1300-1600, Berkeley and Los Angeles 2002, pp. 149-170