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عنوان: The Patron's Payoff: Conspicuous Commissions in Italian Renaissance Art
مؤلف: Jonathan K. Nelson, Richard J. Zeckhauser
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ناشر: Princeton University Press
سال انتشار: 2008
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تعداد صفحات: 256
شابک: 691125414
شابک(13): 9780691125411
مشخصات: xviii, 234 p. : ill., plans ; 27 cm.
رده بندی کنگره: N5273
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نوع فایل: RAR
حجم فایل: 7.95 مگابایت
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چکیده

In The Patron's Payoff, Jonathan Nelson and Richard Zeckhauser apply the innovative methods of information economics to the study of art. Their findings, written in highly accessible prose, are surprising and important. Building on three economic concepts--signaling, signposting, and stretching--the book develops the first systematic methodology for assessing the meaning of art patronage and provides a broad and useful framework for understanding how works of art functioned in Renaissance Italy.

The authors discuss how patrons used conspicuous commissions to establish and signal their wealth and status, and the book explores the impact that individual works had on society. The ways in which artists met their patrons' needs for self-promotion dramatically affected the nature and appearance of paintings, sculptures, and buildings. The Patron's Payoff presents a new conceptual structure that allows readers to explore the relationships among the main players in the commissioning game--patrons, artists, and audiences--and to understand how commissioned art transmits information. This book facilitates comparisons of art from different periods and shows the interplay of artists and patrons working to produce mutual benefits subject to an array of limiting factors. The authors engage several art historians to look at what economic models reveal about the material culture of Italy, ca. 1300­1600, and beyond. Their case studies address such topics as private chapels and their decorations, donor portraits, and private palaces.

In addition to the authors, the contributors are Molly Bourne, Kelley Helmstutler Di Dio, Thomas J. Loughman, and Larry Silver.

 
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Along with contextualizing the art in it's original time Nelson and Zeckhauser take a very interesting field of study off the shelves of academia and frame it in a contemporary light.
They cast the interactions of patron, artist and audience in a broader sociological context that is highly relevant to our modern world.
Along with surveying previous work in the field the authors develop new avenues of theory and inquiry.

The writing is engaging even to a casual art lover like me. Nelson and Zeckhauser's passion and enthusiasm for the material is contagious.
The publishers should put this out in paperback for a wider audience.
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2008/11/15

 
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