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PRÁVNĚHISTORICKÉ STUDIE, Vol 51 No 2 (2021), 11–26

Vznik florentských renesančních památek z pohledu práva

[The Origin of Florentine Renaissance Artworks from a Legal Perspective]

Terezie Pilarová

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14712/2464689X.2021.16
announced: 10. 08. 2021

abstract

This paper deals with the legal side of the genesis of Florentine Renaissance artworks from the 14th to 16th centuries. The content falls into three blocks. Firstly, attention is focused on the legal nature of renaissance contracts which were essential for the origin of artworks, and the basic principles of these contracts. The second part describes the workings of the renaissance artistic competition, focusing on the congruency of some of its aspects with modern tendering processes. The pivotal third part examines the contracts themselves, their form and content. The analysis is determined by its legal focus, endeavouring, in the first place, to disprove the usual mistaken interpretation of these contracts as one-sided and provide a firmer structure to avoid the common haphazard manner of describing their content.

keywords: Renaissance; law; legal history; locatio conductio; Florence; work of art; artistic competition

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