Document Type

Exhibition Catalog

Publication Date

3-3-2016

Department

Art & Art History

Language

English

Abstract

Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, March 4- April 16 , 2016.

Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Melinda Schlitt, Dickinson College.

The thirty-two Italian drawings and prints from the Darlene K. Morris collection that comprise From Artist to Audience at The Trout Gallery constitute a variety and quality of artists, media, and subjects that could rival any of the exhibitions at the prominent museums listed above. Spanning from ca. 1490 to ca. 1770, these works were produced in the principal artistic centers of Italy, including Naples, Rome, Florence, Siena, Bologna, Parma, Ferrara, Venice, and Genoa. Virtually every medium in drawing and printmaking is represented here as well, from pen and ink, wash, gouache, black chalk, red chalk, and graphite, to woodcut, multiple woodblock, engraving, etching, and drypoint. An equally broad range in subjects, both secular and religious, accompany the diversity in medium: independent and multiple figure studies, preparatory drawings for paintings, representations of ancient sculpture, copies after paintings and other drawings, landscapes, allegories, figures of saints, biblical narratives, pastoral themes, prints in imitation of other prints, and visualizations of ancient Roman poetry. [taken from Introduction by Melinda Schlitt]

Table of Contents

Introduction / by Melinda Schlitt

Essay 1: Cosimo Tura / by Samuel Richards

Essay 2: Marcantonio Raimondi / by Paris Humphrey

Essay 3: Parmigianino / by Sara Pattiz

Essay 4: Pierino Da Vinci / by Isabel Richards

Essay 5: Carlo Urbino / by Isabel Richards

Essay 6: Romulo Cincinnato / by C. Madeline Fritz

Essay 7: Diana Mantuana / by Samantha Mendoza- Ferguson

Essay 8: Annibale Carracci / by C. Madeline Fritz

Essay 9: Antonio Tempesta / by Rebecca Race

Essay 10: After Francesco Vanni / by Samuel Richards

Essay 11: Marco San Martino / by Samantha Mendoza-Ferguson

Essay 12: Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione / by Sara Pattiz

Essay 13: Lorenzo Lippi / by Isabel Richard

Essay 14: Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi / by Samantha Mendoza-Ferguson

Essay 15: Giovanni Battista Spinelli / by Samuel Richards

Essay 16: Domenico Giovanni Tiepolo / Paris Humphrey

Essay 17: Antonio Domenico Gabbiani / by Sara Pattiz

Essay 18: Gaetano Gandolfi / by Samuel Richards

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