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Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone is a key figure of the Golden Age of Venetian and Veneto art, but his place in the canon of major Renaissance artists is still unclear and the full extent of his influence has often gone unrecognised

Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone is a key figure of the Golden Age of Venetian and Veneto art, but his place in the canon of major Renaissance artists is still unclear and the full extent of his influence has often gone unrecognised. This comprehensive study both catalogues his output and examines the social, cultural, and historical context of a career that moved between the most modest provincial places and the highest reaches of Venetian state patronage.

Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone is a key figure of the Golden Age of Venetian and Veneto art, but his place in the canon of major Renaissance artists is still unclear and the full extent of his influence has often gone unrecognised.

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The Art of Giovanni Antonio Da Pordenone. Two volumes, 902 pp. New York: Cambridge University Press. THE painter Giovanni Antonio de' Sacchis (1484?-1539) was nicknamed Pordenone after his hometown in Friuli, 45 miles north of Venice. His work was highly esteemed by early art historians (Vasari in the 16th century, Ridolfi in the 17th), but is not well known now except to scholars.

Download list of titles. About Cambridge Studies in the History of Art. Visit. The series embraces a broad range of topics from all branches of art history, and demonstrates a wide variety of approaches and methods. Cambridge Studies in the History of Art develop as a series of carefully selected original monographs and more general publications, aimed primarily at professional art historians, their students, and scholars in related subjects.

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Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone is a key figure of the Golden Age of Venetian and Veneto art, but his place in the canon of major Renaissance artists is still unclear and the full extent of his influence has often gone unrecognised. This comprehensive study both catalogues his output and examines the social, cultural, and historical context of a career that moved between the most modest provincial places and the highest reaches of Venetian state patronage. There are extensive catalogue entries on all his accepted and collaborative works, with special emphasis on the many difficult problems of condition and bibliography, and the substantial and much-needed corpus of illustrations, which includes a section of colour plates, does justice to both the main body of his oeuvre and the often-neglected minor parts of his numerous cycles.