Harry N. Abrams, 1997/10/01 - 223 ページ
The princely treasures examined in this book survive from the Renaissance tradition of hoarding wealth not merely for reasons of war and defense but also for the love of collecting beautiful, "marvelous," or rare things. In this all-color book the reader will encounter some of the most fascinating personalities of medieval-Renaissance/Baroque Europe, as well as some of the brightest stars of the European decorative arts: the sculptors Benvenuto Cellini, Adriaen de Vries, and Balthasar Permoser, the silversmiths Wenzel Jamnitzer and Johann Melchior Dinglinger, the Saracchi and Miseroni lapidarists of Milan, the painter Pol and Jean de Limbourg, Jan Vermeyen, and Guiseppe Arcimboldo, the enamalist Pierre Courteys, and the ceramist Bernard Palissy, among scores of others.
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