Carlo Cesare Malvasia (–) was an Italian scholar and art historian from Bologna, best known for his biographies of Baroque artists titled Felsina pittrice. Count Carlo Cesare Malvasia’s Felsina pittrice, or Lives of the Bolognese. Painters, first published in two volumes in Bologna in , is one of the. Directed by Elizabeth Cropper, dean of CASVA, this project will result in a full critical edition and annotated translation of Carlo Cesare Malvasia’s Felsina pittrice.
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He malvwsia a theology degree inand was appointed a canon in Bologna Cathedral in Recent scholarship has taken Malvasia more seriously as an art historian and the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts is preparing the first scholarly, critical edition sinceaccompanied by the first English translation, of the complete text of the Felsina pittrice two of the planned sixteen volumes of which have been published.
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Retrieved from ” https: Thereafter he graduated as a lawyer, and lectured on the subject at the university in Bologna. Malvasia also published Le pitture di Bolognaa companion gallery guide of works by the artists discussed in the Felsina pittriceand Marmorea felsinea pittroce to Bolognese antiquities He received cursory training in painting under Giacinto Campana and Giacomo Cavedone.
This page was last edited on 14 Pitfriceat Born to an aristocratic family, he is also known as Count Carlo Malvasia. Carlo Cesare Malvasia — was an Italian scholar and art historian from Bolognabest known for his biographies of Baroque artists titled Felsina pittricepublished in He also was an amateur poet and participated in local literary circles. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
Felsina pittrice : vite de pittori bolognesi
The text is divided into four historical sections, fdlsina the first on the trecento painters, the second focusing on Francesco Francia, the third devoted to the Carracci, and the fourth and most valued today providing detailed, firsthand accounts of the lives and careers of the artists who rose to pre-eminence during the 17th century in the wake of the Carracci reform, including Guido ReniGuercinoDomenichinoand Lanfranco.
Malvasia is the Bolognese equivalent pittfice Giorgio Vasariand saw his native city surpassing Florence in the artistic supremacy of his time.
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Center for the Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, Felsina pittrice has been criticized for its inaccuracies and unfavorably compared to Le vite de’ pittori, scultori et architetti moderni by Malvasia’s contemporary, Giovanni Pietro Bellorion the grounds of that Malvasia’s text is a mere compilation of facts embellished with poetic language, lacking in critical assessments and governed by no theoretical framework other than a provincial attachment to his native city.
Records indicate he spent some time felsin a volunteer cavalier during the First War of Castro at the urging of his cousin Cornelio Malvasia ; leader of the Papal Pittricce cavalry.