International Gothic Art in Italy (Part 9)
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The International Gothic art of southern Italy can be judged to some extent by the standards we have already established, for there was a general current
International Gothic Art in Italy (Part 8)
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In late fourteenth-century Tuscany, there is scarcely a sign of the kind of vigorous activity which led to the development of International Gothic in the Po valley.
International Gothic Art in Italy (Part 7)
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International Gothic painting in Umbria had its beginnings between 1370 and 1380 in works like Ugolino di Prete llario’s frescoes in the apse of Orvieto Cathedral.
International Gothic Art in Italy (Part 6)
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Strangely enough the International Gothic style produced its best results at Bologna in the turbulent thirty years between 1540 and 1370, when Vitale
International Gothic Art in Italy (Part 5)
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 Within the Piedmontese Duchy of Amedeo VIII, International Gothic art developed in an atmosphere of feudalism and chivalry, as we can judge from the three
International Gothic Art in Italy (Part 4)
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Moving eastwards into the Veneto, we find that Veronese art soon began to share many “international” characteristics with Lombardy, and later made good
International Gothic Art in Italy (Part 3)
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International Gothic began earlier, flourished more vigorously and lasted longer in Lombardy than anywhere else in Italy. Its life span there was about 80 years.
International Gothic Art in Italy (Part 2)
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In our brief review of the chief landmarks in the general current of fourteenth- century European art, one of the earliest painters of importance to be
International Gothic Art in Italy (Part 1)
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For a period of about seventy years from the end of the fourteenth century, European art had an exceptionally uniform style. The interchange of artistic