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Full-Text Articles in Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture

Concealment As A Visual Strategy In The Greek Magical Papyri, Jenny Ataoguz Feb 2001

Concealment As A Visual Strategy In The Greek Magical Papyri, Jenny Ataoguz

Jenny Kirsten Ataoguz

No abstract provided.


The Stammheim Missal As Tribute To Saint Bernward's Interest In Art, Elizabeth Teviotdale Feb 2001

The Stammheim Missal As Tribute To Saint Bernward's Interest In Art, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

An examination of the circumstances of the creation of the Stammheim Missal (Los Angles, J. Paul Getty Museum, MS 64) and the Ratmann Missal (Hildesheim, Dom-Museum, DS 37) in the decades after the monks of St. Michael's at Hildesheim, where the manuscripts were created, had been granted the privilege in 1150 to venerate their founder, Bishop Bernward (d. 1022) as a saint. Proposes that the Stammheim Missal was not intended to be consulted during the mass, the Ratmann Missal serving that requirement, and that it served rather as a repository of the monastery's liturgy and as a sort ...


Protomaiolica In Frankish Athens, In Mark Lawall Et Al., "Notes From The Tins: Research In The Stoa Of Attalos, Summer 1999", Camilla Mackay Jan 2001

Protomaiolica In Frankish Athens, In Mark Lawall Et Al., "Notes From The Tins: Research In The Stoa Of Attalos, Summer 1999", Camilla Mackay

Library Staff Research and Scholarship

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Hogarth And The Aesthetics Of Nationalism, Timothy Erwin Jan 2001

Hogarth And The Aesthetics Of Nationalism, Timothy Erwin

English Faculty Publications

All commentary on Hogarth begins in want and ends in surfeit. His images filled the blank slate of modern consciousness to overflowing with their antic inventiveness, moral urgency, and keen humor. In substituting the precised elineation of individual character for the coded outline of Continental history painting, Hogarth aimed at nothing less than a national revolution in taste. At home the opposition was the taste of connoisseurs and collectors such the third earl of Shaftesbury, as Ronald Paulson and others have demonstrated.' The opposition abroad was the academic tradition upon which these preferences were largely based, and primarily the school ...


Review Of The Exhibition 799: Kunst Und Kultur Der Karolingerzeit, Melanie Holcomb, Elizabeth Teviotdale Dec 2000

Review Of The Exhibition 799: Kunst Und Kultur Der Karolingerzeit, Melanie Holcomb, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

A review of the exhibition mounted at three venues in Paderborn in 1999, contrasting it with the exhibition Karl der Grosse, mounted in 1965 in Aachen, and assessing the integration of objects traditionally regarded as artifacts with those considered to be high art.


The Stammheim Missal, Elizabeth Teviotdale Dec 2000

The Stammheim Missal, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

A study of Los Angeles, Getty Museum, MS 64, a deluxe liturgical manuscript made at and for the monastery of St. Michael's at Hildesheim, probably in the 1170s, with a sketch of the antecedent tradition of illuminated manuscripts for the liturgy of the mass and a discussion of early medieval typological art. All of the manuscript's major illumination is reproduced in color.