Small bronzes in the renaissance /

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Samuel H. Kress Foundation.
Other Authors: Pincus, Debra.
Format: Book
Published: Washington : New Haven : National Gallery of Art ; Distributed by Yale University Press, c2001.
Series:Studies in the history of art (Washington, D.C.) ; 62.
Studies in the history of art (Washington, D.C.). Symposium papers ; 39.
Table of Contents:
  • The Winged woman holding a torch: a Donatellesque bronze from Quattrocento Tuscany / Alison Luchs
  • Rehabilitating a fallen athlete: evidence for a date of 1453/1454 in the Veneto for the Bust of a Platonic youth by Donatello / Douglas Lewis
  • A new interpretation of the casting of Donatello's Judith and Holofernes / Richard E. Stone
  • Verrocchio and the bronze statuette / Andrew Butterfield
  • "The faun who plays on the pipes": a new attribution to Desiderio da Firenze / Jeremy Warren
  • An allegorical bronze statuette newly attributed to Ammanati / Ian Wardropper
  • A group of Giambologna female nudes: analysis and manufacture / Shelley Sturman
  • Original ideas and their reproduction in Venetian foundries: Tiziano Aspetti's Mars in the Frick collection; a case study / Claudia Kryza-Gersch
  • The sculpture of Adriaen de Vries: a technical study / Francesca G. Bewer
  • Small bronzes by Hubert Gerhard: a review of recent scholarship / Dorothea Diemer
  • Some eighteenth-century frameworks for the Renaissance bronze: historiography, authorship, and production / Malcolm Baker
  • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe as a collector of bronzes / Volker Krahn
  • Leo Planiscig and Percy Straus, 1929-1939: collecting and historiography / Carolyn C. Wilson.