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The Este monuments and urban development in Renaissance Ferrara

by Charles M. Rosenberg

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, U.K, New York, NY, USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy,
  • Ferrara.,
  • Ferrara
    • Subjects:
    • Este family -- Monuments -- Italy -- Ferrara.,
    • Este family -- Art patronage.,
    • Portrait sculpture, Italian -- Italy -- Ferrara.,
    • Portrait sculpture, Renaissance -- Italy -- Ferrara.,
    • City planning -- Italy -- Ferrara -- History -- 15th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 294-317) and index.

      StatementCharles M. Rosenberg.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNB1305.I8 R67 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 329 p. :
      Number of Pages329
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL993164M
      ISBN 100521561396
      LC Control Number96031668

      History of Ferrara Renaissance gem in Po Valley. Ferrara saw its heyday in the noble Este dynasty turned the fair town in Po Valley into the flourishing centre for arts and culture of its day only beginning to fade away around the end of the 16 th century when it fell into the hands of the Papal States. The bicycle town with a still rather prominent Jewish community . Music in Renaissance Ferrara, the creation of a musical center in the fifteenth century by Lewis Lockwood.

        For the d’Este court, see Werner Gundesheimer, Ferrara: The Style of Renaissance Despotism (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, ), ; Thomas J. Tuohy, Herculean Ferrara: Ercole D’Este and the Invention of a Ducal Capital (Cambridge, Cambridge Univ. Press, ), ; Charles Rosenberg, The Este Monuments and Urban. In the first part of their lordship, in a little over a hundred and fifty years, Ferrara underwent surprising urban development and saw its own city walls grow by up to four times in length, vast areas of the Po Delta reclaimed and its art and culture enjoy .

      Explore Ferrara: tourism and highlights. Most of the most imposing monuments are found in a small area in the centre of Ferrara, with the castle, the cathedral and the three main squares in the city centre all very close together and the medieval centre to te south of the cathedral so exploring is very straightforward. Castello Estense.   A recipient of an NEH Rome Prize Fellowship and an I Tatti NEH Fellowship, he is the author of The Este Monuments and Urban Development in Renaissance Ferrara and editor of Art and Politics in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Italy, /5(2).


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Ferrara, city on the low Emilian plain surrounding the ford of the Po River, is an enchanting result of Medieval and Renaissance art and architecture.

During the Renaissance, some of the most important Italian maestros, in the service of the Estense Court, realized structures and monuments of exceptional value for city's history is profoundly tied to that of the.

The Arts in Renaissance Ferrara. Article in The Art Book 5(4) – Charles M Rosenberg, The Este Monuments and Urban Development in Renaissance : GABRIELE NEHER. In fact, the Este family is attributed with the ambitious urban project (defined Herculean Addition) that transformed Ferrara from a medieval citadel into a true Renaissance masterpiece.

The golden age of the House of Este began with the foundation of the local university in ; thence the family's power augmented to such an extent that the.

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Rosenberg. Charles Rosenberg is Professor of Art History at the University of Notre Dame. A recipient of an NEH Rome Prize Fellowship and an I Tatti NEH Fellowship, he is the author of The Este Monuments and Urban Development in Renaissance Ferrara and editor of Art and Politics in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Italy, Price: $ ITALIAN RENAISSANCE THE COURT CITIES OF NORTHERN ITALY S This volume examines the painting, sculpture, decorative arts, and architec- he is the author of The Este Monuments and Urban Development in The Court Cities of Northern Italy: Milan, Parma, Piacenza, Mantua, Ferrara, Bologna, Urbino, Pesaro, and Rimini.

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External links. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Charles M Rosenberg books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Ferrara, which grew up around a ford over the River Po, became an intellectual and artistic centre that attracted the greatest minds.

Ferrara, City of the Renaissance, and its Po Delta is a cultural landscape that is exceptionally well preserved and is authentic in its form and design, materials, setting, spirit, and feeling. The originality of the urban fabric of Ferrara, along with its Renaissance design and layout elements, makes it a clearly recognisable Renaissance city.

Providing a comprehensive account of one of the most formative historical periods, this book uniquely describes Renaissance architecture as the physical manifestation of economic, social and political change.

Shifts in architectural style and design are described in parallel with Italy's economic and demographic growth, external and internal conflict and the evolution of urban .The Este Monuments and Urban Development in Renaissance Ferrara by Charles M.

Rosenberg Book Description: The Este Monuments and Urban Development in Renaissance Ferrara examines the transformation of one of Italy's most important city states as engineered by a succession of Este rulers. During the course of the fourteenth and fifteenth."From the central castle complete with turrets and moat, to the maze of medieval streets and lovely piazzas, Ferrara is a delight." "Among the many remarkable monuments within the city walls, several stand out: Palazzo dei Diamanti located in Corso Ercole I d'Este, commissioned by architect Biagio Rossetti in on the orders of Duke Ercole I.".