MARC Bibliographic Record

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245 14 $aThe Italian Renaissance nude /$cJill Burke.
264 _1 $aNew Haven :$bYale University Press,$c[2018]
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300    $a240 pages :$billustrations (chiefly color) ;$c27 cm
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504    $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 191-230) and index.
505 0_ $aIntroduction -- Nakedness in Renaissance Italy -- Nudity, art, and the viewer -- The perfect body: masculinity, creativity, divinity, and the nude -- Making naked women beautiful -- Mythological nudes and other masculine diversions -- Afterword -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index -- Credits.
520 8_ $aThe first scholarly monograph to focus on the inception of the Italian Renaissance nude, this lively study subverts the idea that the nude in this period was a triumph of classical revival. Looking again at familiar (even overly familiar) images by artists such as Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Titian, this book investigates the nude as a tool of colonialism and conquest, as a means of asserting the superiority of men to women, and of naturalizing power differentials by entrenching them in a fixed set of ideas about the body and its representation. Jill Burke uses new research on Renaissance sexual practices, material culture, and the history of medicine to contextualize the era's fascination with nakedness and the body in both art and life. The Italian Renaissance Nude invites readers to consider these celebrated nudes from beyond an aesthetic perspective-to consider why they were painted, whose gaze the images were created for, and how these artworks were used.
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300    $a1 online resource (240 pages) :$b120 illustrations (chiefly color)
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504    $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 191-230) and index.
505 0_ $aIntroduction -- Nakedness in Renaissance Italy -- Nudity, art, and the viewer -- The perfect body: masculinity, creativity, divinity, and the nude -- Making naked women beautiful -- Mythological nudes and other masculine diversions -- Afterword -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index -- Credits.
520    $a"The first scholarly monograph to focus on the inception of the Italian Renaissance nude, this lively study subverts the idea that the nude in this period was a triumph of classical revival. Looking again at familiar (even overly familiar) images by artists such as Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Titian, this book investigates the nude as a tool of colonialism and conquest, as a means of asserting the superiority of men to women, and of naturalizing power differentials by entrenching them in a fixed set of ideas about the body and its representation. Jill Burke uses new research on Renaissance sexual practices, material culture, and the history of medicine to contextualize the era's fascination with nakedness and the body in both art and life. The Italian Renaissance Nude invites readers to consider these celebrated nudes from beyond an aesthetic perspective-to consider why they were painted, whose gaze the images were created for, and how these artworks were used"--Publisher's description.
588    $aDescription based on print record and online resource (A&AePortal, viewed on June 21, 2022).
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MMS IDs

Document ID: 9912617000502121
Network Electronic IDs: 9913542575202121
Network Physical IDs: 9912617000502121
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mms_ml_ids: 991012663213002124
mms_pl_ids: 99901483428902127
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