Martin Kemp (historyk sztuki)

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Martin Kemp - angielski historyk sztuki, profesor Uniwersytetu w Oksfordzie. Znawca sztuki Renesansu, a przede wszystkim życia i twórczości Leonarda da Vinci. Od 1997 roku regularnie pisuje w działach Art and Science i Science and Image tygodnika Nature. Organizator słynnych wystaw, między innymi Spectacular Bodies w londyńskiej Hayward Gallery w roku 1989 oraz ca 1492 w National Gallery of Art w Waszyngtonie w roku 1992.

Publikacje[edytuj | edytuj kod]

  • Cima da Conegliano (Paulton 1967)
  • Scott and Delacroix, with some assistance from Hugo and Bonington (Edinburgh 1973)
  • Dr. William Hunter at the Royal Academy of Arts (ed.) (Glasgow 1975)
  • Leonardo da Vinci: the marvellous works of nature and man (London 1981; Oxford 2006)
  • Geometrical perspective from Brunelleschi to Desargues: a pictorial means or an intellectual end? (Oxford 1985)
  • Kenneth Clark, Leonardo da Vinci; (introduction) (Harmondsworth 1988; London 1993; London 2005)
  • Leonardo e lo spazio dello scultore (Florence 1988)
  • Leonardo da Vinci: Hayward Gallery, London, 26 January to 16 April 1989 (London 1989)
  • Leonardo on painting: an anthology of writings (ed. with Margaret Walker) (London/New Haven 1989; 2001)
  • The Altarpiece in the Renaissance (ed. with Peter Humfrey) (Cambridge 1990)
  • The science of art : optical themes in Western art from Brunelleschi to Seurat (London/New Haven 1990)
  • Leon Battista Alberti, On painting (introduction and notes) (London 1991)
  • Paolo Uccello's "Hunt in the forest" in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (with Ann Massing) (n.p. 1991)
  • Leonardo da Vinci: the mystery of the Madonna of the yarnwinder (ed.) (Edinburgh 1992)
  • Mood of the moment: masterworks of photography from the University of St Andrews (ed.) (St Andrews 1994)
  • Bodyscapes: images of human anatomy from the collections of St. Andrews University (St Andrews 1995)
  • Materia medica: a new cabinet of medicine and art; an exhibition at the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, November 1995 (with Ken Arnold) (London 1995)
  • "Wrought by no artist's hand": the natural, the exotic, and the scientific in some artifacts from the Renaissance (New Haven/London 1995)
  • Behind the picture: art and evidence in the Italian Renaissance (New Haven/London 1997)
  • Immagine e verità (Milan 1999)
  • Susan Derges: liquid form 1985-99 (London 1999)
  • Wilhelmina Barns-Graham: new paintings (London 1999)
  • Spectacular bodies: the art and science of the human body from Leonardo to now (with Marina Wallace) (London/Los Angeles 2000)
  • The Oxford history of western art (Oxford 2000)
  • Visualizations: the nature book of art and science (Oxford 2000)
  • Leonardo (Oxford 2004)
  • Seen and unseen (Oxford 2006)
  • The Leonardo catalogue (London 2006)
  • The human animal in art and science (Chicago 2007)