A new, narrative approach to the history of the Renaissance that takes in the whole of Europe, north as well as south, and its global context.
This imaginative reframing of the Renaissance presents its history asthat of connections across Europe, where artists from the north andsouth were products of the brilliantly fertile mix of classical inspiration, observation, and self-consciousness that set European culture alight from the fifteenth to the early seventeenth centuries. From Leonardo da Vinci to Hieronymus Bosch, Pieter Bruegel to Titian, this stirring narrative sets the lives of artists against a period of great change across the continent. Hardcover, 336 pages.
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