Painting in Britain, 1500-1630: Production, Influences, and Patronage
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This overview answers key questions about the production and consumption of art in Britain in the 16th and early 17th century, integrating art history, history, and conservation science. The lavish illustrations allow the reader to engage directly with the new material and to see some of the most famous Tudor and Jacobean paintings in a new light.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This overview answers key questions about the production and consumption of art in Britain in the 16th and early 17th century, integrating art history, history, and conservation science. The lavish illustrations allow the reader to engage directly with the new material and to see some of the most famous Tudor and Jacobean paintings in a new light.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Oxford University Press
  • Seitenzahl: 400
  • Erscheinungstermin: 27. Oktober 2015
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 284mm x 218mm x 38mm
  • Gewicht: 2062g
  • ISBN-13: 9780197265840
  • ISBN-10: 0197265847
  • Artikelnr.: 42364171
Inhaltsangabe
Tarnya Cooper and Maurice Howard: Introduction
Tarnya Cooper and Maurice Howard: Artists, Patrons and the Contexts for the Production of Painted Images in Tudor and Jacobean England
Part I Material Practices
Aviva Burnstock: Introduction
1 Aviva Burnstock: Interpreting the Results of Technical Analysis
2 Ian Tyers: Panel Making, Sources of Wood, Construction 'Trademarks' and Conclusions on the Making and Trade in the UK
3 Sophie Plender: Materials, Techniques and Practice: The Relationship between Artists' Treatises and Painting Methods and Techniques in Tudor and Jacobean England
4 Libby Sheldon: Palette, Practice and Purpose: Pigments and their Employment by Native and Anglo-Netherlandish Artists in Tudor and Jacobean Paintings
5 Rachel Billinge: Artists' Underdrawing and the Workshop Transfer Process
6 Klaas Jan van den Berg, Katrien Keune, Suzan de Groot and Henk van Keulen: Binding Media in Tudor and Jacobean Paintings
7 Marie Louise Sauerberg: The Conservation of Paintings from the Tudor Era in the Context of Portraits of Elizabeth I
8 Caroline Rae: Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, John de Critz the Elder, Robert Peake the Elder and William Larkin
Part 2 Tudor and Jacobean Painters and Their Workshops
Tarnya Cooper: Introduction
9 Lucy J. Wrapson: A Medieval Context for the Artistic Production of Painted Surfaces in England: Evidence from East Anglia (c.1400-50)
10 Susan Foister: Distinctive or Different? English Artistic Practices in a European Context
11 Victoria Button: 'Pictures by the Life': The Materials and Techniques of Holbein's Portrait Drawings
12 Hope Walker: Talent and Adversity: A Reassessment of the Life and Works of Hans Eworth of Antwerp and London (active 1540-74)
13 Katherine Coombs and Alan Derbyshire: . Nicholas Hilliard's Workshop Practice Reconsidered
14 Edward Town: 'A Good Eye, and Steadfast Hand': Painting in London 1547-1625
15 Elizabeth Goldring: Heraldic Drawing and Painting in Early Modern England
16 Karen Hearn: Migrant Artists in Jacobean London
17 Catharine MacLeod: Robert Peake: Portraits, Patrons and Technical Evidence
18 Anita Jansen and Johanneke Verhave: The Ambassador and the Painter: Sir Dudley Carleton Painted by Michiel van Mierevelt
19 David Taylor: Gesture Recognition: Adam de Colone and the Transmission of Portrait Types from the Low Countries and England to Scotland
Part 3 Patronage, Markets and Audiences
Maurice Howard: Introduction
20 Frederick Hepburn: 'pintor Yngles': The Earliest Evidence for Portraiture at the Court of Henry VII
21 Charlotte Bolland: SAT SUPER EST': A Portrait of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey
22 Catherine Daunt: Heroes and Worthies: Emerging Antiquarianism and the Taste for Portrait Sets in England
23 Robert Tittler: Painters' and Patrons' Circles in Provincial England, c.1580-1640
24 Susan Bracken: Collectors in England 1580-1630 - Evolutions in Taste