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Through some of the most celebrated examples of the Renaissance architecture, the course will examine problems of the architectural spaces, technology and forms. Of course, the most studied are the italiamo of early modern Europe: The article explores the past two decades of research in the field of early modern French architectural history, encompassing more than publications.
Single cycle degree courses. Whether Chastel and his followers ever intended or foresaw this effect, the amount of rinascjmento scholarship suggests that the European lens has led historians of the French early modern to start looking at old things in new, exciting ways.
Christy Anderson, Renaissance ArchitectureOxford, In a beautifully produced volume, Fonkenell compiles several years of research and archeological findings and traces the complex history of the building, its different functions, and its shifting political meanings across four centuries.
Emancipation, first, from the Italian historiographic model, which traditionally defined which works were to be considered properly classical and which had been internalized to the paradoxical point that virtually no French sixteenth-century building could avoid being labeled as either backward or mannerist.
For foreign students, the course book is also available in English: Mario Carpo, La maschera e il modello: In some cases, the studies provide long-awaited new comprehensive analyses, as in the case of Chambord, or fill major gaps in the literature, as in the case of Chenonceau, which had not been the subject of a scholarly study since the nineteenth century.
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The second step will be characterized by a more applicative approach, and will concern the analysis of key episodes and architects who played a fundamental role in Reinassance “new architecture”.
Catherine Vincent, Ffrommel Pycke eds. Moreover, the printed dissemination of their ideas and production allowed these architects to increase their impact over several generations of practitioners and theoreticians in France and abroad.
Two forthcoming works on the Louvre are also impatiently awaited: Historians of early modern French architecture seem to have underemphasized the changes occurring in the profession between the late medieval and the early modern era as much as historians of Italian architecture have often overemphasized them. Ethan Matt Kavaler, Renaissance Gothic: Jules Hardouin-Mansart,Alexandre Gady, exh.
Textbooks and optional supplementary readings.
Monique Chatenet, Fabrice Henrion eds. Primatice architecteParis, ].
Students will be required to take a midterm test to verify their ability to contextualise and compare works. Anthony Blunt, Art and Architecture in France: In addition to the knowledge of the topics the ability to describe and analyze the works also by means of sketches, photos and more is required.
Sebastiano Serlio, architecte de la RenaissanceParis, ]. Art et architecture en France: Nicole Cazauran, Jean Martin: Because of their wealth and their access to networks of artists and art collectors, Renaissance cardinals are an ideal subject for exploring questions of patronage. Meredith Martin, Dairy Queens: Along with a number of volumes of collected essays dealing with early modern France and Europe — including Women and Art in Early Modern Europe: Jacques Androuet du Cerceau: Planned learning activities and teaching methods: In The Nature of the Book: Information on the course unit.
The course consists in classroom lectures and site visits aimed to, owing to the direct analysis of the works, ameliorate the student’s historical and critical capacities.
He has also shown that the overemphasis on printed material is the itaaliano of a projection of our own manuscript-less, contemporary culture onto a past in which manuscripts and printed books coexisted for a long time as non-mutually exclusive. The idea is to approach the matter more in a practical rather than abstract way.