Originally published in 1933 this volume traces the history of the Renaissance in Europe and shows how its artistic manifestations differed in each successive country, drawing reference from the numerous works of art that were in the London Museums and galleries in the early 20th Century. Among other things, the book covers Sculpture, Painting, Drawing, Manuscripts, Bronzes, Ceramics, Jewellery and Glass.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Sculpture 1. The Italian Sculptors 2. The Sculptors of Spain, France and Germany Part 2: Painting 1. The Schools of Tuscany, Umbria and Lombardy 2. The Venetian School 3. The Schools of Spain, France, Germany and the Netherlands Part 3: The Smaller Arts 1. Drawings and Engravings 2. Manuscripts, Bindings and Printed Books 3. Bronzes, Medals, Armour and Enamels 4. Ceramics, Jewellery and Plate, Ironwork, Furniture, Musical Instruments, Glass, Textiles and Ivories.