Moral Essays on the High Renaissance consist of critical essays on the art and thought of major figures of sixteenth-century Italian Renaissance art. Looking at these artists from an ethical point of view, these provocative essays set out to discover and describe the moral basis of High Renaissance art.And, just as he had no respect for perspective or proportional standards for bodies, he did not share the classical ideal ... until just over a year later, young Michelangelo spent a year in exile in Bologna to reflect, read, and try out some new artistic ideas. ... The vivid, intense, and worried look on the face of Proculus looks forward to the David of a few years later, although the saint faces no apparent enemy.
|Title||:||Moral essays on the High Renaissance|
|Publisher||:||Univ Pr of Amer - 2001|