Raphael, Cellini, & a Renaissance Banker: The Patronage of Bindo Altoviti. 200..

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Raphael, Cellini, & a Renaissance Banker: The Patronage of Bindo Altoviti ISBN: 8837023529 Author: Chong, Alan; Donatella Pegazzano; Dimitrios Zikos; et al Publisher: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Release Date: 2003 Seller Category: CLASSICAL ART Qty Available: 1 Condition: Used: Excellent Sku: 02154 Notes: Near Fine 8vo 11 1/4" x 8 3/4" maroon cloth over board, gilt lettering to front and spine, minor ink transfer in-verso from opposite page's image to page XXII, bottom tip of pages I-42 slightly bent, otherwise, superior copy inside and out, with only the most minimal, unobtrusive wear to bindings, text-block, dust jacket and endpapers. Near Fine black pictorial dustjacket featuring Raphael's 1512 artwork "Portrait of Bindo Altoviti" to front, Benvenuto Cellini's 1549 artwork "Portrait of Bindo Altoviti" to back, white and blue lettering to front, spine, interior flaps, protected by a paper-backed Brodart sleeve. [V] XXII, 487 pp., replete with full-color and black-and-white images, Foreword by Anne Hawley, Introduction and essay by Alan Chong, Chronology: Bindo Altoviti, essays by Donatella Pegazzano, Melissa Meriam Bullard, David Alan Brown, Jodi Cranston, Dimitrios Zikos, Timothy Wilson, Jane A. Bernstein, Jane van Nimmen, Paola Nicita Misiani, Paolo Costamanga, Antonio Ernesto Denunzio, Emanuela Ferretti, Catalogue of works associated with Bindo Altoviti, Documents, Appendices, Bibliography, and Index. Published in conjunction with the exhibition "Raphael, Cellini, & a Renaissance Banker: The Patronage of Bindo Altoviti" at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston from October 8, 2003 to January 12, 2004, then at the Museo Nazionale del Bargello in Florence from March 1 to June 15, 2004. From the inside of the dustjacket: "This book examines the patronage and life of Bindo Altoviti (1491-1556), a papal banker who divided his activities between Rome and Florence. His collection, while not large, included striking and innovative works by Raphael, Michelangelo, Benvenuto Cellini, Francisco Salviati, Jacopo Sansovino, and Giorgio Vasari." Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.