Nuremberg, a Renaissance City, 1500-1618
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Nuremberg, a Renaissance City, 1500-1618 by Jeffrey Chips Smith

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Published by Univ of Texas Pr .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Museum, historic sites, gallery & art guides,
  • Exhibition Catalogs,
  • Art, German,
  • Art, Renaissance,
  • Exhibitions,
  • Germany,
  • Nuremberg,
  • Reformation in art,
  • Business/Economics

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages440
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10293987M
ISBN 100292755279
ISBN 109780292755277

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While there have been other efforts, both by way of publications and exhibitions, to examine significant portions of the art and culture of Nuremberg's history—the most recent being Jeffrey Chipps Smith's excellent Nuremberg, A Renaissance City, –, Austin, The University of Texas, —the direction that the current project has taken, from its inception in , has centered upon. While there have been other efforts, both by way of publications and exhibitions, to examine significant portions of the art and culture of Nuremberg's history—the most recent being Jeffrey Chipps Smith's excellent Nuremberg, A Renaissance City, –, Austin, The University of Texas, —the direction that the current project has. For Peypus see Jeffrey Chipps Smith, Nuremberg, a Renaissance City, – (Austin: University of Texas Press, ), p. The so-called ‘first letter’ that is extant was sent to Charles by the judiciary and municipal council of Villa Rica de la Vera Cruz, although it was probably drafted by Cortés. 59 See Gothic and Renaissance Art in Nuremberg, – (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art; Munich: Prestel Verlag, ); Jeffrey Chipps Smith, Nuremberg, a Renaissance City, – (Austin: Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, ); and Hermann Maué et al., eds., Quasi centrum Europae: Europa kauft in Nürnberg, –