Renaissance Bodies

Renaissance Bodies

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Renaissance Bodies is a unique collection of views on the ways in which the human image has been represented in the arts and literature of English Renaissance society. The subjects discussed range from high art to popular culture a€“ from portraits of Elizabeth I to polemical prints mocking religious fanaticism a€“ and include miniatures, manners, anatomy, drama and architectural patronage. The authors, art historians and literary critics, reflect diverse critical viewpoints, and the 78 illustrations present a fascinating exhibition of the often strange and haunting images of the period. With essays by John Peacock, Elizabeth Honig, Andrew and Catherine Belsey, Jonathan Sawday, Susan Wiseman, Ellen Chirelstein, Tamsyn Williams, Anna Bryson, Maurice Howard and Nigel Llewellyn. qThe whole book ... presents a mirror of contemporary concerns with power, the merits and demerits of individualism, sex-roles, 'selves', the meaning of community and (even) conspicuous€”The ObserverOvid, Metamorphoses vI, 385 The subject of this essay is the representation of the anatomised human body in the Renaissance. The evidence that I shall be exploring is culled from the text-books of the anatomists themselves. It was from textsanbsp;...

Title:Renaissance Bodies
Author: Lucy Gent, Nigel Llewellyn
Publisher:Reaktion Books - 1990

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