Mediazione, Magia, Desiderio in Leonardo e nel Rinascimento [Paperback]

Giuseppe Fornari (Author)

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ISBN: 9788897644163 | Published by: CB Edizioni | Year of Publication: 2014 | Language: Italian 628p, H240 x W170 (mm) b/w and colour images




Mediazione, Magia, Desiderio in Leonardo e nel Rinascimento

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Leonardo’���s figur���e, man, artist and scientist, has been often misunderstood and trivialized over the centuries. Giuseppe Fornari tries to capture the real Leonardo, shedding light on the network of relationships and sympathetic ���������������influences cosmic and spir����������itual, to which we give the limiting name of “magic” that Leonardo reforms in its idea of a universal painting, capable of restoring to the observer the ontological reality of what is depicted through a network of particle emanations that governs the artist thr��������������������ough his scientific and rational r�������������ules. Once understood, Leonardo’s idea of art, so far away from ours, it is really possible to enter in a non-anachronistic dialogue with the artist. Fornari’s work investigates and sheds light on great intellectuals of the early Italian sixteenth century as Pietro Bembo, Castiglione and Ariosto, who, starting from the same crisis of collective mediations recor����ded figurati�������vely by Leonardo, threw the foundations of modern Europe. Mediazione, magia, desiderio in Leonardo e nel Rinascimento is a large and surprising journey to discover and understand the origin of our modern world and its precursor, Leonardo.

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