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Fra Bartolommeo

By Scott, Leader

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Title: Fra Bartolommeo  
Author: Scott, Leader
Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Foreword: Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael; the three great names of the noblest period of the Renaissance take our minds from the host of fine artists who worked alongside them. Nevertheless beside these giants a whole host of exquisite artists have place, and not least among them the three painters with whom Mr. Leader Scott has dealt in these pages. Fra Bartolommeo linking up with the religious art of the preceding period, with that of Masaccio, of Piero de Cosimo, his senior student in the studio of Cosimo Roselli, and at last with that of the definitely ?modern? painters of the Renaissance, Raphael, Leonardo and Michelangelo himself, is a transition painter in this supreme period. Technique and the work of hand and brain are rapidly taking the place of inspiration and the desire to convey a message. The aesthetic sensation is becoming an end in itself. The scientific painters, perfecting their studies of anatomy and of perspective, having a conscious mastery over their tools and their mediums, are taking the place of such men as Fra Angelico.

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Table of Contents: Fra Bartolommeo, 1 -- Leader Scott (Re?Edited By Horace Shipp And Flora Kendrick), 1 -- FOREWORD, 2 -- FRA BARTOLOMMEO, 3 -- Chapter I. THOUGHTS ON THE RENAISSANCE, 3 -- Chapter II. THE ?BOTTEGA? OF COSIMO ROSELLI. A.D. 1475?1486, 6 -- Chapter III. THE GARDEN AND THE CLOISTER. A.D. 1487?1495, 8 -- Chapter IV. SAN MARCO. A.D. 1496?1500, 11 -- Chapter V. FRA BARTOLOMMEO IN THE CONVENT. A.D. 1504?1509, 14 -- Chapter VI. ALBERTINELLI IN THE WORLD. A.D. 1501?1510, 16 -- Chapter VII. CONVENT PARTNERSHIP. A.D. 1510?1513, 19 -- Chapter VIII. CLOSE OF LIFE. A.D. 1514?1517, 22 -- Chapter IX. PART I. SCHOLARS OF FRA BARTOLOMMEO, 26 -- PART II, 27 -- Chapter X. RIDOLFO GHIRLANDAJO. A.D. 1483?1560, 30 -- ANDREA D'AGNOLO, CALLED ANDREA DEL SARTO, 32 -- Chapter I. YOUTH AND EARLY WORKS. A.D. 1487?1511, 32 -- Chapter II. THE SERVITE CLOISTER. A.D. 1511?1512, 35 -- Chapter III. SOCIAL LIFE AND MARRIAGE. A.D. 1511?1516, 37 -- Chapter IV. WORKS IN FLORENCE. A.D. 1511?1515, 40 -- Chapter V. GOING TO FRANCE. A.D. 1518?1519, 43 -- Chapter VI. ANDREA AND OTTAVIANO DE' MEDICI. A.D. 1521?1523, 44 -- Chapter VII. THE PLAGUE AND THE SIEGE. A.D. 1525?1531, 46 -- Chapter VIII. SCHOLARS OF ANDREA DEL SARTO, 49 -- BIBLIOGRAPHY, 52


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