Benvenuto Cellini: Sculptor, Goldsmith, Writer available in Hardcover
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- Cambridge University Press
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About the Author
Paolo L. Rossi is Head of Italian Studies at Lancaster University in Great Britain. He has published on a wide range of Renaissance themes and is editor of the series Cultural and Social Values in Early Modern Europe published by Manchester University Press.
Table of ContentsPart I. Competition, Creativity, and Court Culture: 1. Cellini, Michelangelo, and the fallacy of imitation Jane Tylus; 2. Drawing the line: Cellini's On Principles and Method of Learning the Art of Drawing and the question of amateur drawing education Patricia L. Reilly; Part II. Cellini as Artisan, Artist, and Author: 3. The rise and fall of a renaissance studio: Cellini in Florence, 1545–62 Michael Cole; 4. Cellini's Saliera: the salt of the earth at the table of the king Marina Belozerskaya; 5. Cellini's coins and medals Philip Attwood; Part III. Artistic Production, Gender, Literary Practice: 6. Cellini as iconographer Gwendolyn Trottein; 7. Cellini's Vita and Bust of Cosimo I; Parallels between literary and artistic portraiture Victoria C. Gardner Coates; Part IV. The History of Reception of Cellini's Vita and Trattati: 8. 'Parrem uno, e pur saremo dua': the genesis and fate of Benvenuto Cellini's Trattati Paolo L. Rossi; Part V. Metamorphosis into the Artist as Modern Hero: 9. Benvenuto Cellini as pop icon Margaret A. Gallucci.