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Tastes and Temptations - Food and Art in Renaissance Italy

Tastes and Temptations - Food and Art in Renaissance Italy
Cover: Kötött
ISBN: 9780520259041
Language: angol
Size: 152 * 203
Weight: 467 g
Page no.: 280
Publish year: 2009
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Tastes and Temptations - Food and Art in Renaissance Italy

Fruits and vegetables as erotic metaphors in still life paintings, the Florentine Baptistry replicated in sausage and cheese by Andrea del Sarto, a recipe for fish molded in the shape of a goat, the discovery of an Ovidian scene at the bottom of a soup bowl. A feast for the mind and eye, this beautifully illustrated, compellingly readable book is a rich exploration of the little examined interplay between art and cuisine during the Italian Renaissance. Exploring a dazzling array of art works, and drawing from period recipes and menus, John Varriano considers the many, often surprising, ways that cooks and artists converged and drew from each other`s worlds. Among other topics, he considers the significance of culinary images in Renaissance art; traces parallels in the use of ingredients such as eggs and oil in kitchens and in studios; examines centerpieces by artists that were made of food; looks at the emergence of the celebrity cook and celebrity painter; and much more. Woven throughout with the flavors and colors of the era, this book of Renaissance temptations expands our understanding of the traditional boundaries of creative expression.

CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Parallels in Food and Art
1. Artists and Cooks
2. Regional Tastes
Images of Food in Art
3. Significant Still Lifes
4. Sacred Suppers
5. Erotic Appetites
Food in the Studio, Art at the Table
6. Eggs, Butter, Lard, and Oil
7. Eating and Erudition
8. Edible Art
Postscript
Notes
Bibliography
List of Illustrations and Credits
Index

AUTHOR:

John Varriano is Idella Plimpton Kendall Professor of Art History at Mount Holyoke College. He is the author of Italian Baroque and Rococo Architecture, Rome: A Literary Companion, and Caravaggio: The Art of Realism.





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