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Light on the Eternal City

Observations and Discoveries in the Art and Architecture of Rome

Hellmut Hager, and Susan S. Munshower

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$20.00 | Paperback Edition
ISBN: 978-0-915773-01-5

340 pages
11" × 8"
2 color/250 b&w illustrations
1987
Distributed by the Penn State Press for Penn State Department of Art History

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Light on the Eternal City

Observations and Discoveries in the Art and Architecture of Rome

Hellmut Hager, and Susan S. Munshower

 

  • Table of Contents
  • Subjects

Contents

1. Papal Artistic Commissions as Definitions of the Medieval Church in Rome

- Hans Belting Institut fur Kunstgeschichte, Munich

2. Nicholas V and the Rebuilding of Rome: Reality and Legacy

- Charles R. Mack, University of South Carolina

3. Leonardo, Raphael, and Caravaggio

- Richard E. Spear, Oberlin College

4. Oil Sketches, Unfinished Paintings, and the Inventories of Artists' Estates

- Linda Freeman Bauer, University of California at Irvine

5. A Caravaggesque Sacrifice of Issac: Multiple Versions, Multiple Problems

- Jeanne Chenault Porter, The Pennsylvania State University

6. The Fortune of Bernini's Colonnaded Piazza San Pietro and the City Frontispiece in Urban Planning

- Pamela S. Hemrik, The Pennsylvania State University

7. Bernini's Altar for the Val-de- Grace

- George C. Bauer, University of California at Irvine

8. Johann Dientzenhofer's Cathedral in Fulda and the Question of its Roman Origins

- Hellmut Hager, The Pennsylvania State University

9. Filippo Raguzzini, the Palazzo and Casino Lercari in Albano, and the Neapolitan Ingredient in Roman Rococo Architecture

- Dorothy Metzger Habel, University of Tennessee

10. Rome in 1732: Alessandro Galilei Nicola Salvi, Ferdinando Fuga

- Elisabeth Kieven, Bibliotheca Hertnina, Rome

11. Roman Antiquities in Early Photography

- Heinz K. Henisch, The Pennsylvania State University

12. Charles F. McKim and the Foundation of the American Academy in Rome

- Mary N. Woods, Cornell University

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