A Companion to Medieval Art: Romanesque and Gothic in Northern Europe

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Conrad Rudolph
John Wiley & Sons, 7 de set de 2011 - 704 páginas
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A Companion to Medieval Art brings together cutting-edgescholarship devoted to the Romanesque and Gothic traditions inNorthern Europe.
  • Brings together cutting-edge scholarship devoted to theRomanesque and Gothic traditions in Northern Europe.
  • Contains over 30 original theoretical, historical, andhistoriographic essays by renowned and emergent scholars.
  • Covers the vibrancy of medieval art from both thematic andsub-disciplinary perspectives.
  • Features an international and ambitious range - from reception,Gregory the Great, collecting, and pilgrimage art, to gender,patronage, the marginal, spolia, and manuscript illumination.
 

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List of Illustrations
Vision
Narrative
Formalism
Gender and Medieval
Gregory the Great and Image Theory in Northern
Art and Exegesis
Whodunnit? Patronage the Canon and
Gothic Sculpture from 1150 to 1250
The Case
Glazing Medieval Buildings
Toward a Historiography of the Sumptuous Arts
The Art and Architecture of
The Study of Art of the Crusaders before and after
Conclusion
Bibliography

Collectin and Dis
Notes
The Concept of Spolia
The Monstrous
Making Sense of Marginalized Images
Romanesque Architecture
Romanesque Sculpture in Northern Europe
Modern Origins of Romanesque Sculpture
The Historiography of Romanesque Manuscript
The Study of Gothic Architecture
Design Structure
Geometry
Sculptural Programs
Cistercian Architecture
Mapping the
Recollecting
The Modern Medieval Museum
Index
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Conrad Rudolph is Professor of Medieval Art at the University of California, Riverside. He is the author of Violence and Daily Life: Reading, Art, and Polemics in the Cîteaux Moralia in Job (1997) and Pilgrimage to the End of the World: The Road to Santiago de Compostela (2004).

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