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Theatricality in early modern art and architecture

by Caroline van Eck

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Published by Wiley-Blackwell in Malden, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European Art,
  • Theater in art,
  • ART / History / General

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Caroline van Eck and Stijn Bussels
    SeriesArt history special issues -- 7
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN8252 .T43 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25002031M
    ISBN 109781444339024
    LC Control Number2010052081

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    Early Modern architecture began with a number of building styles with similar characteristics, primarily the simplification of form and the elimination of ornament, that first arose around By the s these styles had largely consolidated and been identified as the International Style. Caroline van Eck is Chair of Early Modern Art and Architecture at Leiden University. She has taught at the Universities of Amsterdam, Groningen, Ghent, Yale and York. Recent publications include The Secret Lives of Art Works (LUP ) and The Arts, the Theatre and Theatricality in Early Modern Europe (Blackwell/Wiley ).

    (source: Nielsen Book Data) Theatricality in Early Modern Art and Architecture offers the first systematic investigation of exchanges between the arts, architecture and the theatre. The authors present many new instances of the interaction between the arts, providing a theoretical and historiographical context for these interactions. In my early book, Absorption and Theatricality: Painting and Beholder in the Age of Diderot, I discovered something about Diderot previously not recognised: the importance he placed on the relation between the painting and the viewer. That issue was also central to the development of French painting in the midth century – between Chardin.


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This book offers the first systematic investigation of exchanges between the arts, architecture and the theatre, and not just an overview of the influence of the theatre on the arts, and vice versa.

The authors take as their starting point a study of the implications of the use of four elements that define early modern theatre: the scenario, the actor, the theatrical space. Theatricality in Early Modern Art and Architecture offers the first systematic investigation of exchanges between the arts, architecture and the theatre.

The authors present many new instances of the interaction between the arts, providing a theoretical and historiographical context for these interactions. "Theatricality in Early Modern Art and Architecture offers the first systematic investigation of exchanges between the arts, architecture and the theatre.

The authors present many new instances of the interaction between the arts, providing a theoretical and historiographical context for these interactions. The authors take as their starting point a study of the implications of the use of four elements that define early modern theatre: the scenario, the actor, the theatrical space, and the audience.

In doing so, the authors open up new ways of analyzing theatricality both in the arts, architecture and the theatre. Theatricality in Early Modern Art and Architecture Edited by Caroline van Eck and Stijn Bussels Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, (ISBN: ).

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Together with Caroline van Eck he has edited a special issue of Art History on the relations between the arts and the theatre in early modern Europe: ‘Theatricality and the Early Modern Visual Arts’, in: Art History, Marchvol.

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The authors present many new instances of the interaction between the arts, providing a theoretical and historiographical context for these interactions/5(2). The collection gathers some of the most innovative critics in the field to examine the techniques, objects, bodies, and conventions that characterized early modern theatricality, from the Tudor period to the Restoration.

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Early Modern Theatricality, ed. Henry S. Turner (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ) brings together twenty-nine full-length, original essays by leading scholars in the field, inviting them to test out new methods for capturing the full event of theatre and its immense imaginative resources.

Contributors examine the clusters of techniques, objects, bodies, conventions. Book Editor(s): Caroline van Eck.

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Stijn Bussels is Professor Art history, especially before at the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society. Stijn Bussels teaches art and theatre history. He started teaching at the University of Ghent. In he became Assistant Professor at the University of Groningen.

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