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This absorbing book takes us on a tour of the Italian Renaissance house, room by room, conveying just what it was like to live there. As an outward symbol of the family's status, wealth and erudition, much care and trouble went into its arrangement and furnishing, and the art of household management.
The sala was devoted to games and music as well as entertainig in as much style as possible, with rich maiolica and pewter to impreess the guest, and a range of new utensils in the kitchen. The space it is today: marriage and childbirth were celebrated there with select social gatherings, and shown off alongside the devotional objects and personal trinkets concerned in the daily rituals of wordship and hygiene. The study, or studiolo, evolved from the basic store or office with the spread of humanist culture, and those of wealthy scholars such as Piero and Lorenzo De' Medici and the Venetian Vendramin family came to resemble cabinets of curiosties, full of rare and precious objects.
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