Art and the Relic Cult of St. Antoninus in Renaissance Florence

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2012 - Art - 358 pages
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Sally Cornelison draws on social and religious history, patronage and gender studies, and art historical and anthropological inquiries into the functions and meanings of images, relics, and ritual performance, to interpret how St Antoninus' places of burial appeared at various stages in their history.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Alessandro Allori Death of
6
The Humblest of Men
11
Dominican Tertiary Bull ofAntoninus Canonization to
24
Miracles Images and St Antoninus First Tomb
47
Miracle of Chiarita Tolosani
59
Domenico Ghirlandaio Madonna
66
Nurturing the Cult c 15121579
79
A Very Rare Thing
149
Giambologna and Domenico
158
Sculpting the Image of Antoninus
201
Procession of St Antoninus 1 6 Title page Vincenzo Mainardi
252
Ritual Piety and Medici Pomp
253
Alessandro Allori and others 2 Miracles Images and
272
Epilogue
299
Bibliography
307

Antonio da Sangallo the Younger Ezekiel
86
Alessandro Allori Funeral
112
Cpus Iohannis Bolognae Belgae
115

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Sally J. Cornelison is Professor and Director of the Florence Graduate Program in Renaissance Art at Syracuse University, USA.

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