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The endless periphery : toward a geopolitics of art in Lorenzo Lotto's Italy / Stephen J. Campbell.

By: Campbell, Stephen J. (Stephen John), 1963- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Louise Smith Bross lecture series: Publisher: Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2019Description: xxii, 351 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780226481456 (cloth : alk. paper).Subject(s): Lotto, Lorenzo, 1480?-1556? | Art, Renaissance -- Italy
Contents:
Off the axis: the renaissance without Vasari -- Working with "and without" Vasari's lives -- Court centers as world cities -- What was Italy? -- Models for renaissance cultural geography: dialect pluralism versus literary canons -- Place, event, and the geopolitics of art -- Place in relational geography -- Place as event and performance in an altarpiece by Lorenzo Lotto -- Regionalism and its discontents -- The view from Messina: Lombards, Sicilians, and the modern manner -- The questione meridionale in the history of art -- A southern renaissance without Vasari -- Cesare da Sesto: raffaelesco or anti-Raphael? -- Polidoro da Caravaggio's radical late style -- Distant cities: Lorenzo Lotto and Gaudenzio Ferrari -- Lorenzo Lotto: an artist "out of place" -- Lotto and Gaudenzio: parallel careers -- From Varallo to Loreto: landscapes of pilgrimage -- Holding Rome at a distance: Lotto's Loreto network -- Excursus: the meaning of style -- Coercive geometry -- Moti: emotional dynamics -- Gaudenzio as city artist -- Brescia and Bergamo, 1520-50: sacred naturalism and the place of the eucharist -- Eucharistic heterotopias in Lombardy: Romanino at Pisogne -- Painting/christogram/eucharist -- Moretto and the "materiality" of style -- Against Titian -- Artists "off the axis": the Campi, the Carracci, and the legacy of Correggio -- The afterlife of Titian in Milan -- The 1540s: Titian as "Italian" artist -- Ludovico Dolce and the invention of Venetian painting -- The placelessness of Titian's late style.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Off the axis: the renaissance without Vasari -- Working with "and without" Vasari's lives -- Court centers as world cities -- What was Italy? -- Models for renaissance cultural geography: dialect pluralism versus literary canons -- Place, event, and the geopolitics of art -- Place in relational geography -- Place as event and performance in an altarpiece by Lorenzo Lotto -- Regionalism and its discontents -- The view from Messina: Lombards, Sicilians, and the modern manner -- The questione meridionale in the history of art -- A southern renaissance without Vasari -- Cesare da Sesto: raffaelesco or anti-Raphael? -- Polidoro da Caravaggio's radical late style -- Distant cities: Lorenzo Lotto and Gaudenzio Ferrari -- Lorenzo Lotto: an artist "out of place" -- Lotto and Gaudenzio: parallel careers -- From Varallo to Loreto: landscapes of pilgrimage -- Holding Rome at a distance: Lotto's Loreto network -- Excursus: the meaning of style -- Coercive geometry -- Moti: emotional dynamics -- Gaudenzio as city artist -- Brescia and Bergamo, 1520-50: sacred naturalism and the place of the eucharist -- Eucharistic heterotopias in Lombardy: Romanino at Pisogne -- Painting/christogram/eucharist -- Moretto and the "materiality" of style -- Against Titian -- Artists "off the axis": the Campi, the Carracci, and the legacy of Correggio -- The afterlife of Titian in Milan -- The 1540s: Titian as "Italian" artist -- Ludovico Dolce and the invention of Venetian painting -- The placelessness of Titian's late style.

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