15 October 1987
Show More Patronage, Art and Society in Renaissance Italy edited by F.W. Kent and Patricia Simons.
Oxford/Humanities Research Centre, 331 pp., £35, June 1987, 0 19 821978 4Show More
Pienza: The Creation of a Renaissance City by Charles Mack.
Cornell, 250 pp., $43.95, June 1987, 9780801416996Show More
Piety and Patronage in Renaissance Venice: Bellini, Titian and the Franciscans by Rona Goffen.
Yale, 285 pp., £30, July 1986, 0 300 03455 5Show More
Venetian Humanism in an Age of Patrician Dominance by Margaret King.
Princeton, 524 pp., £42.90, April 1986, 0 691 05465 7Show More
The Venetian Patriciate: Reality versus Myth by Donald Queller.
Illinois, 386 pp., $29.95, September 1986, 0 252 01144 9Show More
Tradesman and Traders: The World of the Guilds in Venice and Europe, c.1250-c.1650 by Richard MacKenney.
Croom Helm, 289 pp., £35, January 1987, 0 7099 1763 5Show More
Florence, Rome and the Origins of the Renaissance by George Holmes.
Oxford, 273 pp., £25, November 1986, 0 19 822576 8Show More
From Humanism to the Humanities: Education and the Liberal Arts in 15th and 6th-Century Europe by Anthony Grafton and Lisa Jardine.
Duckworth, 224 pp., £29.95, January 1987, 0 7156 2100 9Show More
Renaissance and Revolt: Essays in the Intellectual and Social History of Early Modern France by J.H.M. Salmon.
Cambridge, 306 pp., £30, June 1987, 0 521 32769 5Show More
“... time to time, as in the brief discussion by Dale Kent of the effect on the artistic patronage of the Pazzi and Rucellai families of their position as clients of the Medici. Some contributors, like RichardGoldthwaite (on consumer demand) and Bill Kent (on ties of neighbourhood), write well about topics on which they have already written elsewhere. Others break new ground, notably Ronald Weissman on ...”