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Medieval art and architecture after the Middle Ages

Author: Janet Marquardt; Alyce A Jordan
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, 2009.
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Medieval Art and Architecture after the Middle Ages explores the endurance of and nostalgia for medieval monuments through their reception in later periods, specifically illuminating the myriad ways  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Medieval art and architecture after the Middle Ages.
Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, 2009
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Janet Marquardt; Alyce A Jordan
ISBN: 9781443800570 1443800570
OCLC Number: 269434984
Description: ix, 389 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Queen Mary and her Psalter: a Gothic manuscript in Tudor England / Anne Rudloff Stanton --
Re-framing Saint Denis for the Sun King: a spectacular history / Kerry Paul Boeye --
Remnants of a shared past: medieval monumental crucifixes after the Reformation / Grażyna Jurkowlaniec --
Montfaucon as reader of the Bayeux Tapestry / Elizabeth Carson Pastan --
An image of Cluny by Emile Sagot / David Walsh --
George Petrie, the ordnance survey, and nineteenth-century constructions of the Irish past / Marian Bleeke --
L'oeuf sacré: Alexandre Lenoir's Cour arabe and the pointed arch / Mary B. Shepard --
Reviving "the past greatness of the Florentine people": restoring medieval Florence in the nineteenth century / Nancy M. Thompson --
Nineteenth-century restoration politics: recrafting monarchy in the stained glass windows of the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris / Alyce A. Jordan --
Branner's "court style" and the anxiety of influence / Meredith Cohen --
The study of medieval illuminated manuscripts in German scholarship ca. 1750-1850 / Andrea Worm --
The persistence of the royal past on the west façade of Reims Cathedral / Donna L. Sadler --
The capitals from Moutiers-Saint-Jean (Harvard University Art Museums) and the carving of medieval art study in America after World War I / Kathryn Brush --
The martyred cathedral: American attitudes toward Notre-Dame de Reims during the First World War / Elizabeth Emery --
The cathedral of commerce: French Gothic architecture and Wanamaker's department store / Laura Morowitz --
The early Middle Ages in the exhibition Deutsche Grösse (1940-1942) / William J. Diebold.
Responsibility: editors, Janet T. Marquardt and Alyce A. Jordan.
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