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Title
Titian, Colonna, and the Renaissance science of procreation Titian, Colonna, and the Renaissance science of procreation :
Type
Text
Subject
Sex in art.
Symbolism in art--Italy.
Arts, Italian--16th century.
Arts, Renaissance--Italy.
Art and literature--Italy--History--16th century.
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Geographic Coverage
Italy
Classification
LCC: NX650.E7 C66 2010 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 700/.45380945 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2009043764
Table Of Contents
Alfonso d'Este's Camerino, Mario Equicola, and the libidinal seasons. Proemium. The libido in winter: Bellini's Feast of the gods
The libido in spring: Titian's Bacchus and Ariadne
The libido in summer: Titian's Bacchanal of the Andrians
The libido in autumn: Titian's Feast of Venus
Interpreting the Camerino: the bacchanals as procreative pedagogy
Colonna's Poliphilus' The science and season of sexual performance. Proemium. Duke Gibaldo's dysfunction: Poliphilus and the diagnosis of love
Poliphilus's nightmare and erotic magic: an excursus on the bewitching of the male genitalia
Poliphilus's wet dream
A Venus in the bedroom
Coloring the roses: Colonna, Titian, and the "third Venus"
A sacred/profane love: the Dodonian font and Poliphilus's wedding.
Authorized Access Point
Colantuono, Anthony. Titian, Colonna, and the Renaissance science of procreation