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Author Loh, Maria H., 1971-

Title Titian remade : repetition and the transformation of early modern Italian art / Maria H. Loh.

Published Los Angeles : Getty Research Institute, c2007.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  759.5 TITI/ LOH    AVAILABLE
Physical description viii, 202 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-190) and index.
Contents Introduction. "A death in Venice" -- Ch. 1. The "delicious nude" : repetition and identity -- Ch. 2. "The future is history" : repetition and difference -- Ch. 3. Io Triumphe, Io Triumphe : repetition and becoming -- Ch. 4. Ancients and moderns : repetition and history -- Conclusion : sublime trees and deterritorialized branches.
Summary "Titian Remade examines the dynamic role of repetition in early modern visual culture, at a time when imitation was a means to creation and repetition a form of originality. Following the exploits and disparate fates of Titian (ca. 1488-1576) and Padovanino (1588-1649), Maria H. Loh considers the processes of exchange - collaboration appropriation competition, and envy - that occurred between artists and artworks in Titian's lifetime and the century thereafter. Looking at the formidable myth of the Italian Renaissance through the eyes of its seicento successors, Titian Remade offers a vision of art as a continual process of retrieval and projection that effectively bonds the present to the past and the self to the others."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Padovanino, 1588-1648 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Titian, approximately 1488-1576.
Painting, Italian -- 17th century.
Imitation in art.
Repetition (Aesthetics)
ISBN 9780892368730