As this book shows, paintings in 16th-century Venice were often
treated as living beings. On the basis of case studies, its author
offers a detailed examination of the agency paintings and other
two-dimensional images could exert. Grounded in the theoretical
literature on the agency of material things, the book contributes
to Venetian studies as well as engaging with wider debates on the
attribution of life and presence to images and objects.
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