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

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Conrad Rudolph
John Wiley & Sons, 31 de jan. de 2019 - 1040 páginas

A fully updated and comprehensive companion to Romanesque and Gothic art history

This definitive reference brings together cutting-edge scholarship devoted to the Romanesque and Gothic traditions in Northern Europe and provides a clear analytical survey of what is happening in this major area of Western art history. The volume comprises original theoretical, historical, and historiographic essays written by renowned and emergent scholars who discuss the vibrancy of medieval art from both thematic and sub-disciplinary perspectives.

Part of the Blackwell Companions to Art History, A Companion to Medieval Art, Second Edition features an international and ambitious range of contributions covering reception, formalism, Gregory the Great, pilgrimage art, gender, patronage, marginalized images, the concept of spolia, manuscript illumination, stained glass, Cistercian architecture, art of the crusader states, and more.

  • Newly revised edition of a highly successful companion, including 11 new articles
  • Comprehensive coverage ranging from vision, materiality, and the artist through to architecture, sculpture, and painting
  • Contains full-color illustrations throughout, plus notes on the book’s many distinguished contributors

A Companion to Medieval Art: Romanesque and Gothic in Northern Europe, Second Edition is an exciting and varied study that provides essential reading for students and teachers of Medieval art.

 

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Conteúdo

A Sense of Loss An Overview of the Historiography of Romanesque and Gothic Art
1
Chapter 2 Artifex and Opifex The Medieval Artist
45
Chapter 3 Vision
71
Chapter 4 Materials Materia Materiality
95
Chapter 5 Reception of Images by Medieval Viewers
119
Chapter 6 Narrative Narratology and Meaning
147
Chapter 7 Formalism
171
Chapter 8 Gender and Medieval Art
195
Chapter 22 France Germany and the Historiography of Gothic Sculpture
513
The Case of France
547
Gothic Illumination c1190 to the Early Fourteenth Century
569
German Manuscript Illumination in the Thirteenth Century
601
Chapter 26 Glazing Medieval Buildings
627
Chapter 27 Toward a Historiography of the Sumptuous Arts
657
Chapter 28 Reliquaries
681
The Art and Architecture of the Crusader States
705

Chapter 9 Gregory the Great and Image Theory in Northern Europe During the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
221
Chapter 10 Iconography
245
Chapter 11 Art and Exegesis
267
Chapter 12 Whodunnit? Patronage the Canon and the Problematics of Agency in Romanesque and Gothic Art
287
Chapter 13 Collecting and Display
309
Chapter 14 The Concept of Spolia
331
Chapter 15 The Monstrous
357
Chapter 16 Making Sense of Marginalized Images in Manuscripts and Religious Architecture
383
Chapter 17 Definitions and Explanations of the Romanesque Style in Architecture from the 1960s to the Present Day
407
Chapter 18 Romanesque Sculpture in Northern Europe
417
Chapter 19 Modern Origins of Romanesque Sculpture
439
Chapter 20 The Historiography of Romanesque Manuscript Illumination
463
Chapter 21 The Study of Gothic Architecture
489
Chapter 30 Gothic in the Latin East
729
Chapter 31 Art and Liturgy in the Middle Ages
759
Design Structure and Construction in Northern Europe
777
Chapter 32 Sculptural Programs
801
Chapter 34 The Art and Architecture of Female Monasticism
823
Chapter 35 Cistercian Architecture
857
Mapping the Way
881
Recollecting Medieval Architectural Revivals
907
Chapter 38 Medieval Art Collections
933
Chapter 39 The Modern Medieval Museum
957
Index
977
EULA
1015
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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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