Tag Archives: Baroque visual culture

El ave del paraíso. Historia natural y alegoría

Book chapter (in Spanish) devoted to the allegorical uses of the bird of paradise in the early modern European context. Some references and sources are here introduced and discussed for the first time. José Ramón Marcaida, “El ave del paraíso. … Continue reading

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Barocco a Roma. La meraviglia delle arti

New exhibition on Baroque Art & Rome – I look forward to reading more about it More information here. Official trailer of the exhibition:

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La modernidad científica europea, by José Pardo Tomás – Review of JR Marcaida, “Arte y ciencia en el Barroco español” (in Spanish)

La modernidad científica europea, by José Pardo Tomás Here you have the generous review of my book written by historian of science José (Pepe) Pardo Tomás, and published in the April issue of  Andalucía en la historia, ISSN 1695-1956, Nº. … Continue reading

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Todo lo visible y lo invisible, by Juan Marqués (Revista de Occidente) – Review of JR Marcaida, “Arte y ciencia en el Barroco español” (in Spanish)

I’m very grateful to Juan Marqués for his review of my book Arte y ciencia en el Barroco español. Historia natural, coleccionismo y cultura visual (Madrid: Marcial Pons Historia – Fundación Focus-Abengoa, 2014), published in Revista de Occidente (April Issue, … Continue reading

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Online exhibition: Going for Baroque. The Iconography of the Ornamental Map

Interesting online exhibition organised by Harvard College Library: Going for Baroque. The Iconography of the Ornamental Map

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