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Turin and the British in the Age of the Grand Tour

(British School at Rome Studies)

Bianchi, Paola (EDT)   Wolfe, Karina (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2017/09
487 p. 25 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107147706
KCN: 1028535376
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This book examines crucial aspects of the important cultural relationship between Turin and Britain in the period 1600-1800, when Savoy-Piedmont was one of the principal political powers of modern Europe, through a series of twenty-two essays by an international group of scholars exploring a range of disciplines.

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This book examines crucial aspects of the important cultural relationship between Turin and Britain in the period 1600-1800, when Savoy-Piedmont was one of the principal political powers of modern Europe, through a series of twenty-two essays by an international group of scholars exploring a range of disciplines.
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Table of Contents

List of figures; Contributors; Preface and acknowledgements Christopher J. Smith and Andrea Merlotti; Foreword Martin Postle; Introduction Paola Bianchi and Karin Wolfe; Part I. Britain in Turin: Politics and Culture at the Savoy Court: 1. England and Savoy: dynastic intimacy and cultural relations under the early Stuarts Toby Osborne; 2. Marriage proposals: seventeenth-century Stuart-Savoy matrimonial prospects and politics Andrea Pennini; 3. The court of Turin and the English succession, 1712-20 Edward Corp; 4. The British diplomatic presence in Turin: diplomatic culture and British elite identity, 1688-1789/98 Christopher Storrs; Part II. Turin: Gateway to Grand Tour Society: 5. The British at the Turin Royal Academy: cosmopolitanism and religious pragmatism Paola Bianchi; 6. Thomas Coke in Turin and the Turin Royal Academy Andrew Moore; 7. 'Never a more favorable reception than in the present juncture': British residents and travellers in and about Turin, 1747-8 Edoardo Piccoli; 8. The British and Freemasonry in eighteenth-century Turin Andrea Merlotti; Part III. Torino Britannica: Diplomacy and Cultural Brokerage: 9. John Molesworth: British envoy and cultural intermediary in Turin Karin Wolfe; 10. Silver from London and Turin: diplomacy by display and George Hervey, Earl of Bristol, Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Savoy 1755-8 James Rothwell; 11. The 'Savoyard': the painter Domenico Dupra and his British sitters Jonathan Yarker; 12. The culture of confession: the Sardinian Chapel in London in the eighteenth century Paola Cozzo; Part IV. Turin and Britain: Architectural Crossroads: 13. Architects and kings in Grand Tour Europe Tommasso Manfredi; 14. A homage from Turin: Filippo Juvarra's sketches for Lord Burlington Cristina Ruggero; 15. Crossing borders: the pioneering role of the architect-engineer Giovanni Battista Borra between Piedmont and Britain Olga Zoller; Part V. Britain and Turin: Chinoiserie as an International Aesthetic: 16. Chinoiserie in Piedmont: an international language of diplomacy and modernity Christopher M. S. Johns; 17. 'Alla China': the reception of international decorative models in Piedmont Cristina Mossetti; 18. The English garden in Piedmont in the late eighteenth century: variations on the picturesque, the Anglo-Chinese and the landscape garden Paolo Cornaglia; Part VI. Turin in Britain: Cultural Exchange in Grand Tour Europe: 19. A plurality of pluras: the Plura family of sculptors between Turin and Britain Alastair Laing; 20. 'A memorable era in the instrumental music of this kingdom': Piedmontese musicians in London in the latter half of the eighteenth century Annarita Colturato; 21. The British Baretti: didactics and criticism Cristina Bracchi; 22. Vittorio Alfieri and the 'English Republic': reflections on an elective affinity Francesca Fedi; Appendices: I. British diplomats and visitors in Turin in the eighteenth century Christopher Storrs; II. Sabaudian diplomats in London in the eighteenth century Andrea Merlotti; III. British attendees at the Turin Royal Academy Paola Bianchi; IV. Letters from the Molesworth-Galilei correspondence, 1721-5 Karin Wolfe; References; Index.