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Tasso und die bildenden Künste

Dialoge, Spiegelungen, Transformationen

[Tasso and the Visual Arts: Dialogs, Reflections, and Transformations]

Ed. by Schütze, Sebastian / Terzoli, Maria Antonietta

Series:Refigurationen 2

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    Publication Date:
    October 2018
    Copyright year:
    2018
    ISBN
    978-3-11-054499-2
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    With "La Gerusalemme liberata", Torquato Tasso revived the ancient genre of epic poetry. Already during his lifetime, his work became subject to an intensive discourse on the images used – both the military events of the crusades, and the tragic love stories moved artists and the public. At the same time, "Discorsi dell’arte poetica" became the blueprint for the theory and practice of historic visual art. Around 1800, the focus finally moved to the personality of the poet as a model of the modern artist who suffers in and from the world.

    In a dialog between literary science and art history, new research is presented on the subject of Tasso and the pictures. The focus is on the ekphrastic tradition and important artistic interpretations of Tasso in pictures – like that of Nicolas Poussin.

    Details

    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    xi, 434 pages
    176 Fig.
    Language:
    German, Italian
    Type of Publication:
    Collection
    Keyword(s):
    Visual Arts; Art History; Torquato Tasso
    Readership:
    Art Historians, Romance Studies Scholars, Literary Studies Scholars

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    Sebastian Schütze, Vienna University, Austria; Maria Antonietta Terzoli, Basel University, Switzerland.

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