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The Drawings And Paintings In An Ottonian Epistle-Lectionary, Elizabeth Teviotdale Sep 1985

The Drawings And Paintings In An Ottonian Epistle-Lectionary, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

A consideration of the relative chronology of the drawings and paintings in among the five completed miniatures of Berlin, Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz, MS theo. lat. fol 34, an epistle lectionary, presumably of the 10th century. Concludes that the originally intended iconography of the scenes in the Berlin manuscript is, in each case, distinct from that of the corresponding scene in the Codex Egberti (Trier, Stadtbibliothek, MS 24) and that the iconographic elements which peculiarly link the the Berlin manuscript to the Trier manuscript were added after the paintings were finished.


Old Master Drawings At Bowdoin College, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, David P. Becker Jan 1985

Old Master Drawings At Bowdoin College, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, David P. Becker

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

Catalogue of an exhibition held at Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick Me., May 17-July 7 1985; Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown Mass., Sept. 14-Oct. 27 1985; Helen Foresman Spencer Museum of Art, Uniersity of Kansas, Lawrence Kansas, Jan. 19-Mar. 2, 1986; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto Canada, May 17-June 29, 1986.


The Villa Of Andrea Doria In Genoa: Architecture, Gardens, And Suburban Setting, George Gorse Jan 1985

The Villa Of Andrea Doria In Genoa: Architecture, Gardens, And Suburban Setting, George Gorse

Pomona Faculty Publications and Research

This paper reconsiders Andrea Doria's 16th-century villa in Genoa as an architectural and garden monument in relation to its original suburban setting.¹ The villa has thus far been discussed primarily as a decorative monument, with scholars focusing their attention upon the interior fresco and stucco decorations of Perino del Vaga and façade paintings by Perino, Beccafumi, and Pordenone.² However, these paintings have not been understood fully in terms of the architectural, garden, and suburban context of the villa, which serves as the focus of this study.


Michelangelo's Sistine Ceiling : A Portrait Of The Renaissance, Anne A. Ferris Jan 1985

Michelangelo's Sistine Ceiling : A Portrait Of The Renaissance, Anne A. Ferris

Honors Theses

Because a single theological interpretation of the Sistine Ceiling cannot be made, the ceiling is a portrait of Renaissance concepts. Besides the personal struggles of the Pope and Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512, the ceiling is representative of the whole century before its creation. Michelangelo has mingled both civic and religious sentiments into the ceiling. Michelangelo has combined his experiences in the Medici circle with his personal beliefs. The ceiling with its most basic depiction of the fundamental concept of man's aspiration of redemption becomes almost a chaotic representation of the history of man, but which contrasts with the ...