Renaissance art in France : the invention of classicism / Henri Zerner, [translated from the French by Deke Dusinberre, Scott Wilson, Rachel Zerner].
- Art de la Renaissance en France.
- Paris ; [Great Britain] : Flammarion 2003
- Previously published in French as: L'Art de la Renaissance en France : Paris, 2002.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Translated from the French.
- The Gothic in the renaissance -- Fontainebleau, Rosso, and the Galerie François I -- The antique-style of classicism in the 1540s: Cellini, Serlio, and Primaticcio -- The lessons of Fontainebleau -- Pierre Lescot, Jean Goujon, and the Louvre -- The Clouets -- Jean Cousin and painting -- Jean Cousin and the artistic professions -- Paris and the provinces -- Sculpture and death -- A sense of national identity--Philibert De L'Orme.
- Online version:: Zerner, Henri. Renaissance art in France. Paris ; [Great Britain] : Flammarion, 2003
- The Renaissance was the age that saw the creation of the Louvre, the palaces of Fontainebleau and Chambord, and unparalleled masterpieces in architecture, paint, sculpture, tapestry, stained glass and goldsmithing.
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