Scambio culturale con il nemico religioso

Italia e Sassonia attorno al 1600

  • Series Studi della Bibliotheca Hertziana, 2
  • Edited by Sybille Ebert-Schifferer
  • Binding Hardcover
  • Size 23 x 28 cm
  • Pages 164
  • Illustrations 115 in b/n
  • Language Texts in the original language
  • Year 2007
  • ISBN 9788836608096
  • Price € 50,00
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This volume in the series "Studi della Bibliotheca Hertziana" collects the proceedings of the international day of studies held at the Bibliotheca Hertziana. The common theme of the records collected in this publication is the analysis of the phenomenon of appropriation of the Italian forms of artistic representation begun by the Princes-Electors of Saxony. The published essays, all reproduced in their original language, offer a very precise reflexion hint on the issues related to the export of Italian art and culture, which crossed over barriers of language and even the stricter barriers of the confessional and represent an invitation to further more in-depth studies on cultural exchange with other Middle European regions.



Dresda – altera florentia
Sybille Ebert-Schifferer

Arcimboldo and the Elector of Saxony
Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann

La regina di Saba al castello di Dresda
Damian Dombrowski

Giambologna – Carlo di Cesare. Italian Sculpture in Dresden in the Late 16th Century
Antje Scherner

L’unicorno marino di Elias Geyer e la grottesca rinascimentale
Dirk Syndram

Künstler, Kaufleute, Kavaliere: Mittler kulturellen Transfers zwischen Italien und Sachsen
Katrin Keller

Giovanni Maria Nosseni als Vermittler von italienischen Sammlungskonventionen und ästhetischen Normen am Dresdner Hof 1575-1620
Barbara Marx

Renovatio artis saxoniae. Sull’interpretazione dei Bedenken di Gabriel Kaltemarckt del 1587
Jürgen Müller

Aula enim Principis non equorum videbatur – Der neue Stall- und Harnischkammerbau in Dresden 1586
Esther Münzberg

Italian Science meets German Lutheranism. Johann Georg I’s Anatomy Chamber (1616)
Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly

The authors of the volume