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|Publisher:||Harry N Abrams Inc (May 1, 1981)|
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Charles Rufus Morey Book Award (1983).
Charles Rufus Morey Book Award (1983).
Studies in Honor of H. W. Janson, e. Janson, ed. M. Barasch and L. Freeman Sandler, New York, 1981, pp. 313–40, especially p. 313, the earliest representation of a turkey in European art would be found in the frame of an illus-tration of René Boivin from Léonard Thiry, Historia Jasonis, 1550, f. 1. Analyzing a varied corpus-from German and Dutch travelogues to Spanish humanist treaties, French essays, Flemish paintings, and English diaries-this collection thus breathes fresh air into the critique of Orientalism and provides productive new perspectives for the study of east-west and indeed globalized exchanges in the early modern world.
This study examines a series of misericords from English stallwork of the later Middle Ages featuring images of disability, sickness, and scatological subject matter. In Art the Ape of Nature: Studies in Honor of . F. Sandler, 1–65.
The book that made the deepest impression on him was Panofsky's Idea: A Concept in Art Theory. His topics ranged from late antiquity, the Middle Ages, to the Renaissance. New York: New York University Press, 1997; Imago. Books by Moshe Barasch
Janson has also rearranged early Renaissance art according to genres instead of time sequence, and he has followed the reinterpretation of Etruscan art begun in recent years by German and English art historians.
Janson has also rearranged early Renaissance art according to genres instead of time sequence, and he has followed the reinterpretation of Etruscan art begun in recent years by German and English art historians. For forty years, this widely acclaimed classic has remained unsurpassed as an introduction to art in the Western world, boasting the matchless credibility of the Janson name. This newest update features a more contemporary, more colorful design and vast array of extraordinarily produced illustrations that have become the Janson hallmark.
Art the ape of nature: studies in honor of H. Janson, New York, 505–11. Janson, H. (1790–1794) L'histoire de l'art chez, les anciens, Paris. Justi, K. (1932) Winckelmann und seine Zeitgenossen, Leipzig. Fea, C. (1783–1784) Storia delle arti del disegno presso gli antichi, Rome. Haskell, F. and Penny, N. (ed. (1981) Taste and the antique: the lure of classical sculpture 1500–1900, New Haven and London. Henderson, J. (2001) Telling tales on Caesar: Roman stories from Phaedrus, Oxford. Lambert, R. (1984) Beloved and god: the story of Hadrian and Antinous, London. Leppmann, W. (1971) Winckelmann, London. Lo Biano, A. and Negro, A.
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Author of History of art, A history of art & music, History of art for young people, A basic history of art, The sculpture of Donatello, The picture history of painting, from cave .
Author of History of art, A history of art & music, History of art for young people, A basic history of art, The sculpture of Donatello, The picture history of painting, from cave painting to modern times, Apes and ape lore in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Key monuments of the history of ar.
Hebrew University Studies in Literature and the Arts, 1. (1985) 161-174
Art the Ape of Nature : studies in honor of H. Janson ed. Moshe Barasch and Lucy Freeman Sandler (New York: Prentice-Hall, 1981) 341-365. Hebrew University Studies in Literature and the Arts, 1. (1985) 161-174. Hermeticism and Art: Emblem and Allegory in the Work of Bernini. Artibus et Historiae, 14 (1986) 153-189.