Marcello Giovanetti a Poet of the Early Roman Baroque
|Author: ||Crelly, William|
Focuses on the inventive range of Giovanetti's poetic imagery, which has never been studied, and on its art-historical ramifications.
". . . Crelly undertook the unenviable take of translating Giovanetti's poetry with great skill and at great length. This was obviously a labor of love. . . . this is a very interesting study of the connection between literature and the visual arts in seicento Rome, through the work of a lesser poet." - The Sixteenth Century Journal