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Review Of "The Revival Of The Olympian Gods In Renaissance Art" By L. Freedman, Patricia L. Reilly Jan 2004

Review Of "The Revival Of The Olympian Gods In Renaissance Art" By L. Freedman, Patricia L. Reilly

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Drawing The Line: Benvenuto Cellini On The Principles And Method Of Learning The Art Of Drawing And The Question Of Amateur Drawing Education, Patricia L. Reilly Jan 2004

Drawing The Line: Benvenuto Cellini On The Principles And Method Of Learning The Art Of Drawing And The Question Of Amateur Drawing Education, Patricia L. Reilly

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Production Practices In Medieval Stained Glass Workshops: Some Evidence In The Glencairn Museum, Michael Watt Cothren Jan 1999

Production Practices In Medieval Stained Glass Workshops: Some Evidence In The Glencairn Museum, Michael Watt Cothren

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Two examples of technical and physical evidence of early-medieval stained-glass workshop practices are examined. The examples comprise a group of 13 panels of French grisaille from various buildings, which date from the 1250s to the 1270s, and panels representing three standing bishops from the band windows in the Norman abbey church of Evron, which date from the second decade of the 14th century. All of the panels are now housed in the Glencairn Museum in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. The first group seems to provide an example of “ghost images”—corrosive imprints resulting from vaporized deposits transferred from one piece of ...


Fragments Of An Early Thirteenth-Century St. Peter Window From The Cathedral Of Rouen, Michael Watt Cothren Jan 1998

Fragments Of An Early Thirteenth-Century St. Peter Window From The Cathedral Of Rouen, Michael Watt Cothren

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This article introduces three fragments from a stained-glass cycle of the life of St. Peter, once part of the nave aisle glazing of the cathedral of Rouen. Although the evidence they offer is diminished by their partial preservation, when these panels are associated with a previously recognized panel depicting St. Peter in the Glencairn Museum, a narrative cycle can be documented and firmer conclusions can be drawn concerning stylistic relationships among the "Belles Verrières" of the Rouen nave aisle. The examination of these fragments from technical and physical--as well as stylistic--standpoints confirms an assessment of the early thirteenth-century stained-glass workshop ...


Remembrances Of Jane Hayward, Michael Watt Cothren Jan 1998

Remembrances Of Jane Hayward, Michael Watt Cothren

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Restaurateurs Et Créateurs De Vitraux À La Cathédrale De Beauvais Dans Les Années 1340, Michael Watt Cothren Jan 1996

Restaurateurs Et Créateurs De Vitraux À La Cathédrale De Beauvais Dans Les Années 1340, Michael Watt Cothren

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Is The "Tête Gérente" From Saint-Denis?, Michael Watt Cothren Jan 1993

Is The "Tête Gérente" From Saint-Denis?, Michael Watt Cothren

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Review Of "Stained Glass Before 1700 In American Collections: New England And New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I)" Edited By M.H. Caviness, Michael Watt Cothren Oct 1987

Review Of "Stained Glass Before 1700 In American Collections: New England And New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I)" Edited By M.H. Caviness, Michael Watt Cothren

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Review Of "Le Temps Des Croisades" And "Les Royaumes D'Occident" By F. Avril, X. Barral I Altet, And D. Gaborit-Chopin, Michael Watt Cothren Jul 1986

Review Of "Le Temps Des Croisades" And "Les Royaumes D'Occident" By F. Avril, X. Barral I Altet, And D. Gaborit-Chopin, Michael Watt Cothren

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Review Of "Carreaux De Pavement Médiévaux De Flandre Et D'Artois (Xiiie-Xive Siècles)“ By M. Carette And D. Derouex, Michael Watt Cothren Jul 1986

Review Of "Carreaux De Pavement Médiévaux De Flandre Et D'Artois (Xiiie-Xive Siècles)“ By M. Carette And D. Derouex, Michael Watt Cothren

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The Seven Sleepers And The Seven Kneelers: Prolegomena To A Study Of The "Belles Verrières" Of The Cathedral Of Rouen, Michael Watt Cothren Jan 1986

The Seven Sleepers And The Seven Kneelers: Prolegomena To A Study Of The "Belles Verrières" Of The Cathedral Of Rouen, Michael Watt Cothren

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The recomposed, much-altered, and partially dispersed vestiges of the original nave-aisle glazing of Rouen Cathedral--the so-called "Belles Verrières"--constitute one of the most important but least studied ensembles of early 13th-century French stained glass. This article will address two windows represented in the "Belles Verrières" as a means of exploring a working methodology for reconstructing the Rouen nave-aisle glazing. From a close analysis of all remaining fragments, the original design of the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus and John the Evangelist windows will be reconstructed. Once assembled, each window will be evaluated in relation to stylistic, iconographic and historical contexts. The ...


The Choir Windows Of Agnières (Somme) And A Regional Style Of Gothic Glass Painting, Michael Watt Cothren Jan 1986

The Choir Windows Of Agnières (Somme) And A Regional Style Of Gothic Glass Painting, Michael Watt Cothren

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The Iconography Of Theophilus Windows In The First Half Of The Thirteenth Century, Michael Watt Cothren Apr 1984

The Iconography Of Theophilus Windows In The First Half Of The Thirteenth Century, Michael Watt Cothren

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Review Of "The Stained Glass Of Saint-Père De Chartres" By M.P. Lillich, Michael Watt Cothren Oct 1979

Review Of "The Stained Glass Of Saint-Père De Chartres" By M.P. Lillich, Michael Watt Cothren

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