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L’artiste sur le champ de bataille. L’interprétation stendhalienne de la révolution antimédicéenne de 1529

Abstract : Whereas Michel-Ange's contemporaries show him as a deserter during the siege of Florence in 1529, Stendhal makes of him the main hero of Florentine resistance. His writing of history tends to highlight the neoclassical ideals of republican virtue, and gives birth to the romantic myth of the artist on battlefield.
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Marie-Pierre Chabanne, Catherine de Wrangel, Dominique Peyrache-Leborgne, André Peyronie. L’artiste sur le champ de bataille. L’interprétation stendhalienne de la révolution antimédicéenne de 1529. Atlantide - Cahiers de l'EA 4276 L’Antique, le Moderne, EA 4276 - L’Antique, le Moderne, 2015, pp.1-12. ⟨hal-01985553⟩

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