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The Carracci and Venice: Annibale Carracci's Stylistic Response to Venetian Art, and the Intermediate Roles of Ludovico and Agostino Carraccci
It has always been acknowledged that Venetian art was one of the components from which Annibale Carracci formed his painting style. There is little documentary evidence concerning Annibale’s career and no Venetian sources ...
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Venetian Art and the War of the League of Cambrai (1509-17)
This dissertation explores how Venetians used the figurative arts as a means of responding to and shaping their experience of the War of the League of Cambrai (1509–17). The war was the most politically and spiritually ...
Evidence for the Confraternity of S. Pietro Martire at San Zanipolo, Venice
This conference paper looks at evidence of 15th- and 16th-century saints' images on carved door frames at the church of S. Zanipolo (SS Giovanni e Paolo) in Venice, using them to help locate and reconstruct the history of ...