Drawing on recent research by established and emerging scholars of
sixteenth- and seventeenth-century art, this volume reconsiders the
art and architecture produced after 1563 across the conventional
geographic borders. Rather than considering this period a degraded
afterword to Renaissance classicism or an inchoate proto-Baroque,
the book seeks to understand the art on its own terms. By
considering artists such as Federico Barocci and Stefano Maderno in
Italy, Hendrick Goltzius in the Netherlands, Antoine Caron in
France, Francisco Ribalta in Spain, and Bartolomeo Bitti in Peru,
the contributors highlight lesser known "reforms" of art from
outside the conventional centers. As the first text to cover this
formative period from an international perspective, this volume
casts new light on the aftermath of the Renaissance and the
beginnings of "Baroque."
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