In this interesting e-book, Fra Carnevale—heretofore a mysterious, quasi-legendary figure—emerges as a well-defined and pivotal artist in Renaissance Florence. In offering their case, the authors take the reader from the workshop of Filippo Lippi in Florence to Urbino, capital of Federico da Montefeltro’s duchy within the area of the Marches. It used to be a highway so much memorably traveled via Piero della Francesca, who labored in Florence in 1439 and have become Federico’s favourite artist. This e-book exhibits that different lesser identified artists like Fra Carnevale additionally took an analogous path.
Among the various different artists—painters and sculptors—crucial to Fra Carnevale’s formation and mentioned during this quantity are Domenico Veneziano, Luca della Robbia, Pesellino, and Agostino di Duccio. Essays by means of Keith Christiansen, Andrea De Marchi, and Matteo Ceriana and a documentary appendix through Andrea Di Lorenzo and Matteo Mazzalupi rework our wisdom of this interesting second within the heritage of Renaissance art.
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