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The long lives of medieval art and architecture

Author: Nicola Maria Camerlenghi; Jennifer M Feltman; Sarah Thompson
Publisher: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, [2019]
Series: AVISTA studies in the history of medieval technology, science and art, v.12.
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"Traditional histories of medieval art and architecture often privilege the moment of a work's creation, yet surviving works designated as 'medieval' have long and expansive lives. Many have extended prehistories emerging from their sites and contexts of creation, and most have undergone a variety of interventions, including adaptations and restorations, since coming into being. The lives of these works have been  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Long lives of medieval art and architecture.
New York : Routledge, 2019
(DLC) 2018049906
(OCoLC)1080248781
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nicola Maria Camerlenghi; Jennifer M Feltman; Sarah Thompson
ISBN: 9781351181105 1351181106 9781351181112 1351181114 9781351181099 1351181092 9781351181129 1351181122
OCLC Number: 1089683776
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 322 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Why the Long Lives of Medieval Art and Architecture? An Introduction --
PART I ESSENCE AND CONTINUITY. 1. How Long Are the Lives of Medieval Buildings? Framing Spatio-temporalities in the Study of the Built World --
2. Lost in Translation: Destroyed Sculpture, Invented Images, and the Long Life of the Virgin of Le Puy --
3. Flying Pigs, Fiery Whirlwinds, and a 300-Year-Old Virgin: Costume and Continuity in a Sacred Performance --
PART II TRANSFORMATION. 4. San Quirce de Burgos: One Medieval Transformation in the Life of a Romanesque Church --
5. Recycling Santa Tecla: The Demolition and Continued Life of an Early Christian Basilica --
6. Picturing the Long Life of Notre-Dame de Louviers --
7. Reuse, Recycle? The Long Life of an Unfinished French Book of Hours --
PART III NARRATION. 8. Resurrecting the Medieval Altar: Iberian Virgins in the Gothic Castilian Imagination and in Contemporary Museum Contexts --
9. The Portal from Coulangé: A Peripatetic Journey --
10. Ownership, Censorship, and Digital Repatriation: Excavating Layers of History in the Carrow Psalter --
PART IV MEMORY AND OBLIVION. 11. Restoration, Revival, Remembrance: The Nineteenth-Century Lives of the Lorenzetti Chapter House Frescoes from San Francesco, Siena --12. The Victory Cross Redux: Ritual, Memory, and Politics in the Aftermath of the Spanish Civil War; 13 The Magdeburg Rider on Display in Modern Germany; PART V RESTORATION; 14 The Salvage of the Benevento Bronze Doors After World War II; 15 Preservation, Restoration, and the Tomb of the "Founder" at Salisbury --
16. Understanding the Restoration at Chartres --
17. The Power of Absence: The Missing North Tower of Saint-Denis.
Series Title: AVISTA studies in the history of medieval technology, science and art, v.12.
Responsibility: edited by Jennifer M. Feltman and Sarah Thompson.

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"Traditional histories of medieval art and architecture often privilege the moment of a work's creation, yet surviving works designated as 'medieval' have long and expansive lives. Many have extended prehistories emerging from their sites and contexts of creation, and most have undergone a variety of interventions, including adaptations and restorations, since coming into being. The lives of these works have been further extended through historiography, museum exhibitions, and digital media. Inspired by the literary category of biography and the methods of longue duraee historians, the introduction and seventeen chapters of this volume provide an extended meditation on the longevity of medieval works of art and the aspect of time as a factor in shaping our interpretations of them. While the metaphor of 'lives' invokes associations with the origin of the discipline of art history, focus is shifted away from temporal constraints of a single human lifespan or generation to consider the continued lives of medieval works even into our present moment. Chapters on works from the modern countries of Italy, France, England, Spain, and Germany are drawn togetherhere by the thematic threads of essence and continuity, transformation, memory and oblivion, and restoration. Together, they tell an object-oriented history of art and architecture that is necessarily entangled with numerous individuals and institutions."--Provided by publisher.

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