Edizioni Polistampa | Firenze | Scheda Libro

Giotto at Santa Croce

Polistampa, 2006

A cura di:

Ludovica Sebregondi

Pagine: 32

Caratteristiche: ill. col., punto met.

Formato: 17x21

ISBN: 978-88-596-0133-3

Collana:

Opera di Santa Croce Comunicalarte, 1

Settore:

A1 / Storia dell’arte

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Edizione italiana e inglese

La pubblicazione illustra tutti capolavori di Giotto conservati all’interno della Chiesa e del Museo di Santa Croce a Firenze: dell’operare giottesco destinato alla chiesa francescana sono conservate oggi le pitture murali delle cappelle Bardi e Peruzzi, il polittico della cappella Baroncelli e frammenti di vetrata, a testimonianza dell’uso di tecniche diverse.
Viene esposta la grande novità dell’arte di Giotto, e tutte le opere presenti in Santa Croce sono analizzate con precisione e con l’ausilio di riproduzioni a colori di grande qualità oltre a un’utile piantina della chiesa in cui sono indicate le posizioni delle meraviglie giottesche.
Il volume offre differenti spunti di lettura: guida efficace per i visitatori dell’Opera di Santa Croce, è allo stesso tempo anche uno strumento scientifico per gli storici dell’arte.

This publication explains all Giotto’s masterpieces that are present in the Church and in the Museum of Santa Croce in Florence. Today the only remnants of Giotto’s work for the Franciscan church are the wall paintings in Bardi’s and Peruzzi’s chapels, the polyptych in Baroncelli’s chapel, and the fragments of a stained glass window, all examples of different techniques.
The great novelty of Giotto’s art is here expounded, and all the works present in Santa Croce are analyzed with preciseness and the aid of high quality color reproductions; in addition there is a useful plan of the church where the position of Giotto’s marvels is indicated.
The volume offers different readings: an effective guide to the visitors of Santa Croce, it is at the same time a scientific instrument for the art scholars. 

English edition



This publication explains all Giotto’s masterpieces that are present in the Church and in the Museum of Santa Croce in Florence. Today the only remnants of Giotto’s work for the Franciscan church are the wall paintings in Bardi’s and Peruzzi’s chapels, the polyptych in Baroncelli’s chapel, and the fragments of a stained glass window, all examples of different techniques.
The great novelty of Giotto’s art is here expounded, and all the works present in Santa Croce are analyzed with preciseness and the aid of high quality color reproductions; in addition there is a useful plan of the church where the position of Giotto’s marvels is indicated.
The volume offers different readings: an effective guide to the visitors of Santa Croce, it is at the same time a scientific instrument for the art scholars. 
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