Pomander as detail of the dress of Western Europe of XV – XVI centuries Cover Image

Помандер як елемент західноєвропейського костюму XV – XVI століть
Pomander as detail of the dress of Western Europe of XV – XVI centuries

Author(s): Julia Romanenkova
Subject(s): Cultural history, Visual Arts, 15th Century, 16th Century
Published by: Національна академія керівних кадрів культури і мистецтв
Keywords: Renaissance; art; culture; everyday life; Pomander; jewelry; portrait genre;

Summary/Abstract: The article is dedicated to the mapping of one of the most popular accessories, that complement the suit, Pomander, in the painting of several European states of Renaissance an postrenaissance periods. The major causes of creation and popularization of pomanders in some West European states of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance have been briefly analyzed. Pomander are described as works of jewelry, and the methods for their representation in the works of art of the portrait genre are analyzed.Since the Middle Ages, art and culture of Europe experienced the process of interpenetration of art that reached its apogee in the days of the Renaissance. From Renaissance masters fully answered because the definition that is usually used against them – a versatile personality. Universalism creative personality during the Renaissance in his homeland, in Italy, provided that the artist tried his hand in many areas of activity, and the results were equally successful. The question of universalism personality, a wide range of interests Renaissance masters repeatedly analyzed in scientific research (H. Wolfflin, D. and E. Panofski, M. Dvorak, A. Benes, B. Whipper, Dzh.-K. Argan, E. Haren, in . Lazarev, M. Alpatov, N. Maltsev, B. Rotenberg, A. Stepanov et al.). But despite the fact that Renaissance art is studied for many decades and scientific papers on the subject were published, apparently, almost all major languages of the world, the industry is that this time could literally be called "safe havens" in the study of Renaissance art. Such a fate befell jewelry, which resorted almost all versatile personality of the Renaissance, and later – many artists of Mannerism.

  • Issue Year: 2015
  • Issue No: 27
  • Page Range: 255-268
  • Page Count: 14
  • Language: Ukrainian