Statement of responsibility: edited by Alice E. Sanger and Siv Tove Kulbrandstad Walker
ISBN: 1138110124, 9781138110120
Intended audience: Specialized.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Originally published: Farnham: Ashgate, 2012.
xv, 257 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 25 cm.
Visual culture in early modernity
Senses and sensation in art.; Art, European Themes, motives.; Art and Design.; Arts, Renaissance.; Arts, Baroque.; Senses and sensation Social aspects Europe History.
Visual culture in early modernity.
- Introduction: making sense of the senses, Alice E. Sanger and Siv Tove Kulbrandstad Walker
- Part I Contemplating the Senses: The trouble with odours in Petrarch's De Remediis, Alessandro Arcangeli
- Natural magic, artificial music and birds at Francesco I de'Medici's Pratolino, Suzanne B. Butters
- Sight, science, and the still-life paintings of Juan SÃ¡nchez CotÃ¡n, Mindy Nancarrow. Part II Sustaining Body and Soul: Sensing death: the danse macabre in early modern Europe, Sophie Oosterwijk
- Peeling the onion: experiencing the senses in Bronzino's burlesque poem La cipolla, Robert W. Gaston
- Appetites: food, eating and the senses in 16th-century Italy, Siv Tove Kulbrandstad Walker
- The Villa Pamphilj on the Janiculum hill: the garden, the senses and good health in 17th-century Rome, Susan Russell. Part III Sensual Encounters: Thematizing vision in the Renaissance: the noli me tangere as a metaphor for art making, Lisa M. Rafanelli
- Touching looks: masculinizing the maternal-feminine in Poussin's Tancred and Erminia, Phillippa Plock
- In the hand of the beholder: Isabella d'Este and the sensual allure of sculpture, Geraldine A. Johnson
- Sensuality, sacred remains, and devotion in Baroque Rome, Alice E. Sanger