Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Discipline
Institution
Keyword
Publication Year
Publication
Publication Type
File Type

Articles 931 - 960 of 990

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

The Picture Inscriptions In The Cotton Troper, Elizabeth Teviotdale Apr 1992

The Picture Inscriptions In The Cotton Troper, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

A consideration of the hexameter inscriptions surrounding the miniatures in the Cotton Troper (London, BL, MS Cotton Caligula A.xiv, fols. 1-36), assessing the style and character of the verses and their dependence on antecedent texts, both Latin and vernacular.


Observations On The Ancestor Cycle Of The Sistine Chapel Ceiling, Andrea Pappas Jan 1992

Observations On The Ancestor Cycle Of The Sistine Chapel Ceiling, Andrea Pappas

Art and Art History

The figures in the lunettes and window spandrels of the Sistine Chapel were literally obscured for about 500 years. Now that the frescoes are visible once again, scholars will turn to the ancestor cycle with renewed interest.


Asleep In The Grass Of Arcady. Giulio Campagnola's Dreamer, Patricia Emison Jan 1992

Asleep In The Grass Of Arcady. Giulio Campagnola's Dreamer, Patricia Emison

Art and Art History Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Some Thoughts On The Place Of Origin Of The Cotton Troper, Elizabeth Teviotdale Dec 1991

Some Thoughts On The Place Of Origin Of The Cotton Troper, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

Argues that the first fragment in London, BL, MS Cotton Caligula A.xiv was copied at Winchester Old Minster or at Worcester either for the cathedral priory at Worcester or for a highly-placed individual at Worcester. The published version of a paper given at the fourth meeting of the Cantus Planus Study Group of the International Musicological Society (September 3-8, 1990) in Pécs.


Music And Pictures In The Middle Ages, Elizabeth Teviotdale Dec 1991

Music And Pictures In The Middle Ages, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

Discusses various examples of music and musicians in works of medieval manuscript art.


The Making Of The Cotton Troper, Elizabeth Teviotdale Dec 1991

The Making Of The Cotton Troper, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

Provides a detailed description of a fragment of an illustrated 11th-century English troper, forming the first portion of MS Cotton Caligula A.XIV (London, BL). The major decoration is an initial and paintings of Christological and hagiographical subject matter.


The Guido Riccio Controversy And Resistance To Critical Thinking, Gordon Moran, Michael Mallory Mar 1991

The Guido Riccio Controversy And Resistance To Critical Thinking, Gordon Moran, Michael Mallory

Syracuse Scholar (1979-1991)

No abstract provided.


What Ship Goes There: The Flood Narratives In The Gilgamesh Epic And Genesis Considered In Light Of Ancient Near Eastern Temple Ideology, Steven W. Holloway Dec 1990

What Ship Goes There: The Flood Narratives In The Gilgamesh Epic And Genesis Considered In Light Of Ancient Near Eastern Temple Ideology, Steven W. Holloway

Steven W Holloway

Despite efforts made to understand the Mesopotamian and Genesis flood narratives as cosmogonies, the architecture and religious symbolism of the arks remain a scholarly embarrassment. Comparisons of the design of the arks described in Gilgamesh XI and Genesis 6—8 traditionally have focused on the sharp incompatibility of their dimensions. I shall attempt to demonstrate by a close


Oberlin's Sierra Leone Saltcellar: Documenting A Bicultural Dialogue, Kathy Curnow Dec 1990

Oberlin's Sierra Leone Saltcellar: Documenting A Bicultural Dialogue, Kathy Curnow

Kathy Curnow

Oberlin College's Allen Art Museum owns an ivory saltcellar made by a West African artist for a Portuguese client in the late 15th or early 16th century in Sierra Leone. The artist had to consider what foreign and local features to include in this export piece; it conforms in shape to European cups or chalices and depicts some Portuguese, but also includes what appears to be a local motif of dogs confronting snakes. The facial style is decidedly local, resembling the prognathous faces of contemporaneous stone sculptures. The saltcellar is topped with an image of the kneeling Virgin Mary ...


The Future Of Jewish Monuments, Samuel Gruber, Samuel D. Gruber Nov 1990

The Future Of Jewish Monuments, Samuel Gruber, Samuel D. Gruber

Religion

Exhibition essay from first exhibition focused on the documentation, protection and preservation of Jewish monuments and historic sites. The exhibition opened in conjunction with the international conference "The Future of Jewish Monuments," organized by the Jewish Heritage Council of the World Monuments Fund. The exhibition focused on the needs of historic sites in Eastern Europe, North Africa, the united States and elsewhere, and made the case for international support.


Urbanism, Western Medieval, Samuel Gruber Jan 1990

Urbanism, Western Medieval, Samuel Gruber

Samuel D. Gruber Dr.

Survey of the architectural aspects of medieval urbanism in Western Europe.


From Durer To Picasso: Five Centuries Of Master Prints From A Private Collection, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art Jan 1990

From Durer To Picasso: Five Centuries Of Master Prints From A Private Collection, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

Checklist to accompany an exhibition of the same name at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art from Oct. 5-Dec. 9, 1990.


Origen Y Evolución De Las Murallas De La Ciudad De Alicante., Pablo Rosser Jan 1990

Origen Y Evolución De Las Murallas De La Ciudad De Alicante., Pablo Rosser

pablo rosser

Libro sobre la creación y desarrollo de los distintos anillos defensivos que tuvo la villa y ciudad de alicante desde las primeras levantadas en época islámica. Este libro fue Premio de Investigación de la Conmemoración del Quinto Centenario de la Ciudad de Alicante en 1990.


Ordering The Urban Environment: City Statutes And City Planning In Medieval Todi, Italy, Samuel D. Gruber Dr. Dec 1989

Ordering The Urban Environment: City Statutes And City Planning In Medieval Todi, Italy, Samuel D. Gruber Dr.

Samuel D. Gruber, Ph.D.

Discusses the deliberate urban policies that of medieval Todi, Italy that helped create a functioning and beautiful medieval town through explicit laws and the careful micro-planning that utilized an incremental urbanism to create an inter-connected and integrated urban environment. Many of the medieval views visitors assume are part of an "organic" growth are actually careful projections of communal power and order.


Alien Or Accepted? African Perspectives On The Western 'Other' In 15th And 16th Century Art, Kathy Curnow Dec 1989

Alien Or Accepted? African Perspectives On The Western 'Other' In 15th And 16th Century Art, Kathy Curnow

Kathy Curnow

The visual record of Africa's interaction with the West is proving to be a rich source of information concerning the changing natures of ethnographic perception. Post-contact imagery reflects shifting attitudes shaped by political, economic and historical events and trends. Examination of an individual artist's treatment of "the other" and his departure from or conformation with prevailing cultural attitudes can reveal a range of responses and interpretations of the outsider as enemy, a part of daily life, or a being with religious or prestige associations. This article compares ivory carvers' attitudes towards late 15th/early 16th-century Portuguese travelers to ...


Assyrian Bas-Reliefs At The Bowdoin College Museum Of Art, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art Jan 1989

Assyrian Bas-Reliefs At The Bowdoin College Museum Of Art, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art

Museum of Art Collection Catalogues

Includes bibliographical references.


Pollaiuolo Studies, Eric Frank Dec 1987

Pollaiuolo Studies, Eric Frank

Eric Frank

No abstract provided.


The Filiation Of The Music Illustrations In A Boethius In Milan And In The Piacenza Codice Magno, Elizabeth Teviotdale Dec 1987

The Filiation Of The Music Illustrations In A Boethius In Milan And In The Piacenza Codice Magno, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

Proposes a common prototype from the tradition of illustrated manuscripts of Cassiodorus’s Institutiones as the explanation for the close iconographic relationship between music illustrations in a manuscript (here dated to the 11th century) of the De arithmetica and De musica of Boethius (Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, MS C.128 inf.) and in the 12th-century Codice Magno (Piacenza, Biblioteca Capitolare, MS 65). Suggests that the iconography may have originated in a Carolingian scriptorium.


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

Art & Art History Faculty Works

No abstract provided.


Hesban 05: Archaeological Survey Of The Hesban Region, Robert D. Ibach Jr. Jan 1987

Hesban 05: Archaeological Survey Of The Hesban Region, Robert D. Ibach Jr.

All Books

This volume offers systematic descriptions, including numerous maps and photographs, of the 148 archaeological sites visited by the expedition's regional survey team within a 10-km radius of Tell Hesban.


Environmental Foundations: Studies Of Climatical, Geological, Hydrological, And Phytological Conditions In Hesban And Vicinity, Oystein Sakala Labianca, Kevin Ferguson, Dennis Gilliland, Tim Hudson, Larry Lacelle Dec 1986

Environmental Foundations: Studies Of Climatical, Geological, Hydrological, And Phytological Conditions In Hesban And Vicinity, Oystein Sakala Labianca, Kevin Ferguson, Dennis Gilliland, Tim Hudson, Larry Lacelle

All Books

This volume provides an introduction to the climate and landscape to which successive generations of Hesbanites have had to adapt. Includes 26 figures, 42 plates, and 9 tables.


A Book Of Hours At The University Of Iowa : An Analysis, Cornelia Breugem Kennedy Dec 1986

A Book Of Hours At The University Of Iowa : An Analysis, Cornelia Breugem Kennedy

Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


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

Art & Art History Faculty Works

No abstract provided.


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

Art & Art History Faculty Works

No abstract provided.


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

Art & Art History Faculty Works

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

Art & Art History Faculty Works

No abstract provided.


An Unpublished Description Of The Villa Doria In Genoa During Charles V'S Entry, 1533, George Gorse Jan 1986

An Unpublished Description Of The Villa Doria In Genoa During Charles V'S Entry, 1533, George Gorse

Pomona Faculty Publications and Research

Recent scholarship on the Renaissance villa in Italy has emphasized its two major functions, as a pleasure retreat from the city and as a ceremonial entry into the city. This documentary note publishes a previously unknown Mantuan description of the Villa Doria in Genoa, addressed to Isabella d'Este, during the triumphal entry of Charles V into Genoa from March 28 to April 8, 1533. The document has interest for Renaissance scholars as the first description of the Villa Doria and of Perino del Vaga's decorations of 1529-33. It also shows the villa as part of a ceremonial sequence ...


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.