From Guilds to Academies: The Changing Status of the Artist
- To what extent does Burckhardt’s Renaissance individual correspond to Vasari biographies of artists?
- How much the way in which artists were perceived changed in European societies during the early modern period?
- Were academies fundamental in raising the status of artists?
- How far was the sixteenth-century artist free from guild restrictions?
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