The years between 1260 and 1320 saw in Tuscany the flourishing of a rich literary and artistic tradition that signalled the beginning of the Renaissance This study places the remarkable cultural achievements of those early years in full historical perspective Holmes describes the world of Dante and Giotto and the circumstances in which their innovations became possible through a thorough examination of the politics, economy, culture, and religion of early Renaissance Tuscany, explaining how each of these factors influenced the art of the period A comprehensive and abundantly illustrated historical overview, this book will be welcomed by anyone interested in Renaissance art, literature, or history. New Read Florence, Rome, and the Origins of the Renaissance [ by ] George Arthur Holmes [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com
George Arthur Holmes FBA born 22 April 1927 in Aberystwth died 29 January 2009 was Chichele Professor of Medieval History at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, 1989 94.
- 320 pages
- Florence, Rome, and the Origins of the Renaissance
- George Arthur Holmes
- 16 April 2019 George Arthur Holmes