The Accademia Seminars: The Accademia di San Luca in Rome, c. 1590-1635

The Accademia Seminars: The Accademia di San Luca in Rome, c. 1590-1635

Facture: Conservation, Science, Art History; Volume 4: Series, Multiples, Replicas

Facture: Conservation, Science, Art History; Volume 4: Series, Multiples, Replicas

True to Nature: Open-Air Painting in Europe 1780-1870, Exhibition Catalog

True to Nature: Open-Air Painting in Europe 1780-1870, Exhibition Catalog

The Accademia Seminars: The Accademia di San Luca in Rome, c. 1590-1635

Eleven essays by an international group of historians, archivists, and art historians provide the most comprehensive history of the Accademia to be published in more than 40 years, and the first in nearly 200 years to be based almost entirely on primary and documentary material.

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This volume reexamines the establishment and early history of the Accademia di San Luca in Rome, one of the most important centers of governance, education, and theory in the arts for the early modern period and the model for all subsequent academies of art worldwide. Eleven essays by an international group of historians, archivists, and art historians provide the most comprehensive history of the Accademia to be published in more than 40 years, and the first in nearly 200 years to be based almost entirely on primary and documentary material. The authors examine the institution's founding and development through unpublished documents as well as reinterpretation of technical materials and theoretical treatises. In so doing, they also provide new means for following the progress of the most significant artists—in addition to a host of lesser-known painters, sculptors, and architects—who were working in Rome in the early 17th century.

Published by the National Gallery of Art, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts.

  • Softcover
  • 7 × 10 inches
  • 430 pages, 82 duotone illustrations
  • Published: 2010
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