Authors and patrons
Here are entered works on support of literature by individuals and corporations. Works on support of literature by governments are entered under Government aid to literature.
See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.
Broader terms:Narrower terms:Used for:
- Literary patronage
- Patronage of literature
- Sponsorship of literature
Filed under: Authors and patrons -- PoetryFiled under: Authors and patrons -- RomeFiled under: Authors and patrons in literature
Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
Filed under: Art patronage -- Spain -- History -- 16th century -- Exhibitions
Filed under: Art patrons -- New Zealand -- BiographyFiled under: Brasch, Charles
Filed under: Artists and patrons -- Fiction
Filed under: Artists and patrons -- United States -- History -- 18th century -- ExhibitionsFiled under: Women art patrons
Filed under: India -- Kings and rulers -- Art patronage -- Exhibitions
Filed under: Music patronage -- Italy -- Rome
Filed under: Music -- Commissioning -- Great BritainFiled under: Music -- Commissioning -- Ireland
Filed under: Alfonso I d'Este, Duke of Ferrara, 1476-1534 -- Art patronage -- Exhibitions
Filed under: Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor, 1316-1378 -- Art patronage -- Exhibitions
Filed under: Exxon Corporation -- Art patronage -- Exhibitions
Filed under: Ming Chengzu, Emperor of China, 1360-1424 -- Art patronage -- Exhibitions
Filed under: Literary patrons -- PoetryFiled under: Literary patrons -- Rome
- Prague, the Crown of Bohemia, 1347-1437 (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven and London: Yale University Press, c2005), ed. by Barbara Drake Boehm and Jiří Fajt, contrib. by Robert Suckale, Paul Crossle, Zoë Opač̌ić, Vivian B. Mann, Gerhard Schmidt, Jan Royt, and Ernő Marosi (page images and PDF with commentary at metmuseum.org and Google)