The Intellectual Life of the Early Renaissance Artist

The Intellectual Life of the Early Renaissance Artist


Regarded as artisans and craftsmen in the early 15th century, painters and sculptors acquired new status as "artists" within little more than a hundred years. In The Intellectual Life of the Early Renaissance Artist, Francis Ames-Lewis explores how Mantegna, da Vinci, Raphael, Durer and others gained intellectual respect and artistic autonomy from enlightened patrons by promoting the idea of the artist as a creative genius with a distinct identity and individuality.

Product Code 1012598
ISBN 9780300092950
author Francis Ames-Lewis
B&W illustrations 100
colour plates 50
GTIN 9780300092950
pages 324
published Feb 2002
publisher Yale University Press
Dimensions 16 X 23.4 X 2.1 cm
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