Great Artists of The Italian Renaissance

Great Artists of the Italian Renaissance (Audiobook - TTC) (Repost)

Great Artists of the Italian Renaissance (Audiobook) By Professor William Kloss
2004 | 18 hours and 12 mins | ISBN: 1565859111 | MP3 56 kbps | 516 MB

Great Artists of the Italian Renaissance  

Posted by FenixN at July 15, 2011
Great Artists of the Italian Renaissance

Great Artists of the Italian Renaissance
36xDVDRip | AVI / XviD, 754 kb/s | 640x480 | ~36x30 min | English: MP3, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | 8.21 GB

No era of artistic achievement is as renowned as the Renaissance, and no country holds a higher place in that period than Italy. The supreme works created in Florence, Rome, Venice, and other Italian cities by such masters as Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian have never been equaled and have established a canon of beauty that pervades Western culture to this day. To view these works is to enter a world that is incomparably rich, filled with emotion and drama that is palpable, though sometimes mysterious to our modern sensibility. To study these works with an expert is to penetrate that mystery and gain a new appreciation for how these masterpieces were created and what they meant to the artists and people of the time.
Great Artists of the Italian Renaissance (Audiobook)

Great Artists of the Italian Renaissance (Audiobook) By Professor William Kloss
Publisher: The Teaching Company 2004 | 18 hours and 12 mins | ISBN: 1565859111 | MP3 | 517 MB

Great Artists of the Italian Reniassance  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at Oct. 28, 2016
Great Artists of the Italian Reniassance

Great Artists of the Italian Reniassance
Audio CDs in MP3 / English: MP3, 56 kb/s (2 ch) | Duration: 18:12:00 | 2004 | ISBN-10: N/A | + PDF Book
Size: 459 MB | Genre: Culture

No era of artistic achievement is as renowned as the Renaissance, and no country holds a higher place in that period than Italy. The supreme works created in Florence, Rome, Venice, and other Italian cities by such masters as Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian have never equaled and have established a canon of beauty that pervades Western culture to this day.

Heroic Armor of the Italian Renaissance: Filippo Negroli and his Contemporaries (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Димарик at Oct. 31, 2016
Heroic Armor of the Italian Renaissance: Filippo Negroli and his Contemporaries (repost)

Heroic Armor of the Italian Renaissance: Filippo Negroli and his Contemporaries
1998 | ISBN: 0870998722 | English | 370 Pages | PDF | 72 MB

Two Aristotelians of the Italian Renaissance: Nicoletto Vernia and Agostino Nifo  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at June 8, 2016
Two Aristotelians of the Italian Renaissance: Nicoletto Vernia and Agostino Nifo

Edward P. Mahoney, "Two Aristotelians of the Italian Renaissance: Nicoletto Vernia and Agostino Nifo"
2000 | pages: 332 | ISBN: 0860788288 | PDF | 46,2 mb

The Universities of the Italian Renaissance by Paul F. Grendler  

Posted by tanas.olesya at Oct. 15, 2015
The Universities of the Italian Renaissance by Paul F. Grendler

The Universities of the Italian Renaissance by Paul F. Grendler
English | 9 Jan. 2002 | ISBN: 0801866316 | 610 Pages | PDF | 75 MB

Italian Renaissance universities were Europe's intellectual leaders in humanistic studies, law, medicine, philosophy, and science. Employing some of the foremost scholars of the time―including Pietro Pomponazzi, Andreas Vesalius, and Galileo Galilei―the Italian Renaissance university was the prototype of today's research university.

The Architecture of the Italian Renaissance  

Posted by bakerman at Oct. 2, 2015
The Architecture of the Italian Renaissance

The Architecture of the Italian Renaissance
Schocken Books | 1970 | ISBN: N/A | English | 292 pages | PDF | 48.5 MB
Catherine Hess, "The Arts of Fire: Islamic Influences on Glass and Ceramics of the Italian Renaissance"

Catherine Hess, "The Arts of Fire: Islamic Influences on Glass and Ceramics of the Italian Renaissance"
Publisher: J. Paul Getty | 2004 | ISBN: 089236758X | English | PDF | 184 pages | 14.06 Mb

Students and scholars of the Italian Renaissance easily fall under the spell of its achievements: its self-confident humanism, its groundbreaking scientific innovations, its ravishing artistic production. Yet many of these achievements were made possible only by Italy’s proximity to the Islamic world. The Arts of Fire shows just how important Islamic influences were on one particular facet of the Italian Renaissance: the development of Italian luxury ceramics and glass. …
Heroic Armor of the Italian Renaissance: Filippo Negroli and his Contemporaries

Heroic Armor of the Italian Renaissance: Filippo Negroli and his Contemporaries
0870998722 | 1998 | PDF | 370 pages | English | 72,18 Mb