Federico da Montefeltro"s palace at Gubbio and its studiolo

by Olga Raggio

Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York

Written in English
Cover of: Federico da Montefeltro
Published: Pages: 222 Downloads: 489
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Places:

  • Italy,
  • Gubbio.,
  • New York (State),
  • New York.

Subjects:

  • Federico, da Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino, 1422-1482 -- Palaces -- Italy -- Gubbio,
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.),
  • Marquetry, Renaissance -- Italy -- Gubbio,
  • Marquetry -- Italy -- Gubbio,
  • Studiolos -- Italy -- Gubbio,
  • Optical illusions in art,
  • Gubbio Studiolo (Palazzo ducale, Gubbio, Italy),
  • Marquetry -- New York (State) -- New York,
  • Studiolos -- New York (State) -- New York

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 190-209) and index.

StatementOlga Raggio.
SeriesThe Gubbio studiolo and its conservation ;, . 1
ContributionsKemp, Martin.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK9924.I8 R34 1999 vol. 1
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 222 p. :
Number of Pages222
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL141117M
ISBN 100870999249
LC Control Number99612638

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  Federico da Montefeltro's Palace at Gubbio and Its Studiolo. New York, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY: Metropolitan Museum of .   Federico built a large Renaissance palace at his capital, Urbino (). Its studiolo, celebrated as a marvel in its time, still exists. Above its panels a series of 28 portraits depicted famous men. The duke then called for another such study for his renovated palace in Gubbio that was changed from a Gothic to a Renaissance residence. The Gubbio studiolo and its conservation: Vol. 1, Federico da Montefeltro's Palace at Gubbio and its studiolo by Olga Raggio: Hill towns of Italy by Lucy Lilian Notestein: Journey by Moonlight by Antal Szerb: Die Nase Italiens: Federico da Montefeltro, Herzog von Urbino by Bernd Roeck: The Wolf of Gubbio by Michael Bedard.

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The studiolo remained in the Palazzo at Gubbio untilwhen it was disassembled and moved to a villa in Frascati. The room was then purchased by a German art dealer and moved to Venice.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art acquired the work in and had the studiolo shipped to New York City, where it was re-assembled between and Artist: Francesco di Giorgio Martini. It is rivaled only by a slightly earlier room of the same type commissioned by Federico da Montefeltro for his palace at Urbino, where it remains.

In Volume I, Olga Raggio presents a new assessment of the creation of the studiolo and its original site. The room is placed in the architectural context of Gubbio's ducal palace.

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Many illustrations - color and b/w Box is color photo covered board - fine condition. Both volumes have fine condition dust jackets and cloth exteriors. The Gubbio Studiolo and Its Conservation.

Vol. 1, Federico da Montefeltro's Palace at Gubbio and Its Studiolo "Carpaccio's Young Knight in a Landscape: Christian Champion and Guardian of Liberty": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 18 (). Bird’s eye view of the Studiolo. The Gubbio Studiolo together with the Studiolo in Urbino represents the most complete example of a Renaissance Studiolo.

Both works were commissioned by the Duke Federico da Montefeltro (Gubbio – Ferrara ), Renaissance prince, Lord of weapons, man of science and patron of the arts.

FEDERICO DA MONTEFELTRO 's SUMMER PALACE In Gubbio, high up on the hill just above the town hall of the main piazza, Federico da Montefeltro built a ducal palace from similar to the palace he had built in Urbino in   The Studiolo is a room relocated to the Met from Gubbio, Italy, from the ducal palace of Federico da Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino, who commissioned the space around Federico (image 2) was a fascinating character, a never-defeated soldier and an enlightened leader who governed based on humanist values of equality and education.

was rooted in the Platonic concept of the philosophical ruler, which Federico da Montefeltro regarded as the foundation of a good government" (Olga Raggio, " Federico da Montefeltro's Palace at Gubbio and Its Studiolo", The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY). The techniques, designs and styles in perspectival intarsia that were used to.

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Federico was born in Castello di Petroia in Gubbio, the illegitimate son of Guidantonio da Montefeltro, lord of Urbino, Gubbio and Casteldurante, and Duke of years later he was legitimized by Pope Martin V, with the consent of Guidantonio's wife, Caterina Colonna, who was Martin's niece.

In the aftermath of the Peace of Ferrara (see Wars in Lombardy) inhe lived in Venice. The Gubbio Studiolo and Its Conservation Vols 1&2: Federico Da Montefeltro's Palace at Gubbio and Its Studiolo / Italian Renaissance Intarsia and the Boxed Set Metropolitan Museum of Art: : Olga Raggio: Books.

Metropolitan Museum of Art. Italiano: Lo Studiolo di Guidobaldo da Montefeltro (o Studiolo di Gubbio) era un ambiente di palazzo Ducale a o di tarsie sul modello dello studiolo di suo padre Federico da Montefeltro, nel venne smantellato e venduto.

The duke Federico from Montefeltro commissioned the original Studiolo for the Ducal Palace in Gubbio. Giuliano from Majano made it between and The studiolo is. The Gubbio Studiolo And Its Conservation The Gubbio Studiolo And Its Conservation by Olga Raggio.

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Created byits lower level is clad entirely in elaborately detailed wood inlay while above hang 28 portraits of Illustrious Men (14 of the originals are here, the others are. The Gubbio studiolo, a small private study that is a masterpiece of Italian Renaissance intarsia, was reinstalled in The Metropolitan Museum of Art in It is valued not only for its perspectival inlay—a tour de force of illusionism—but also for its rich historical associations and beauty.

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Made for Federico da Montefeltro, a fifteenth-century condottiere, the studiolo has intarsia panels. Designed by Federigo da Montefeltro, executed in the workshop of Giuliano da Maiano Studiolo from the Ducal Palace in Gubbio, c.

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