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Medieval Art: Recent Perspectives

A Memorial Tribute to C. R. Dodwell
  • 253 Pages
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  • English

Manchester Univ Pr
History of art: c 500 CE to c 1400, Medieval Art, Art, Europe, Art, Medieval, Eur
ContributionsGale R. Owen-Crocker (Editor), Timothy Graham (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7839726M
ISBN 10071904992X
ISBN 139780719049927

Variously reporting new discoveries, reinterpreting major artefacts and contributing to current theoretical debate, the essays combine to provide a perspective on a selection of topics. The areas covered include: the iconography of the Virgin Mary in Anglo-Saxon sculpture and manuscript illumination; narrative technique in the Bayeux Tapestry; the representation of perspective in the Bayeux Cited by: 3.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm: Contents: 1. Introduction / Gale R. Owen-Crocker and Timothy Graham Cloth-making and the Virgin Mary in Anglo-Saxon literature and art / Elizabeth Coatsworth The Bayeux Tapestry and the representation of space / Peter Lasko Telling a tale: narrative techniques.

This volume commemorates the art historian l with a collection of essays by leading scholars. Also included is an assessment of Dodwell's achievement in restoring Lambeth Palace library during the s, and coverage on topics in medieval art.

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The Locus of Meaning in Medieval Art Edited by Lena Eva Liepe This book addresses the status and relevance of iconography and iconology in the post-Panofskian study of medieval art. New perspectives on technical art history and the Northern Renaissance; New imaging and analytical tools and techniques applied on Northern Renaissance art; The challenges of exploring, preserving and imaging sixteenth-century mixed media, with special emphasis on the Enclosed Gardens; Visual Digital Humanities and Northern Renaissance art; New perspectives on Utopian thinking and the art.

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Using anthropological, psychoanalytic, semiotic and other approaches, as well as traditional art historical methods, he described the Middle Ages as a time of complex social and political ferment with. Best of all was the chance to visit the Book of Kells as many times as I wanted. (The Library displays a different page each day.) These illuminated manuscripts are one of the wonders of medieval.

The Medieval Era, or Middle Ages, ran from the fall of Rome until the beginning of the Renaissance in Europe, or roughly from the fourth to the early 16th century. Most of the art of this time was created for the church to glorify God more than appeal to aesthetic sensibilities.

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