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

The Chronology Of The Fourth-Century B.C. Facing-Head Silver Coinage Of Larissa, Thomas R. Martin Jan 1983

The Chronology Of The Fourth-Century B.C. Facing-Head Silver Coinage Of Larissa, Thomas R. Martin

Classics Department Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Archaeological Features Of The Iron Age In Southern Britain, Karen V. Wallace Jan 1982

Archaeological Features Of The Iron Age In Southern Britain, Karen V. Wallace

Honors Theses

An OBU Honors Special Studies Grant, matched by a donation from a private source, enabled me to spend five weeks during the summer of 1981 studying British archaeology, particularly that of the Iron Age, at Christ College, Cambridge. After one week of extensive lectures at the college and one week of touring major archaeological sites of the area, five other American students and I spent tow and one-half weeks at the Claydon Pike excavation near Fairford, Gloucestershire. During our stay at the dig the excavation director, Dr. David Miles, and the assistant director, Simon Palmer, both of Oxford University and ...


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

Art & Art History Faculty Works

No abstract provided.


Saint John The Baptist, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Saint John The Baptist, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a statue of Saint John the Baptist, circa 1525 attributed to Francesco da Sangallo. Original is housed in the National Museum of the Bargello in Florence, Italy.


Voltaire, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Voltaire, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a portrait-bust of Voltaire. Original is housed in the Louvre, France, circa 1778.


Bust Of Piero Di Cosimo De'medici, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library. Jan 1978

Bust Of Piero Di Cosimo De'medici, Morehead State University. Camden-Carroll Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Cast Collection

Plaster cast of a marble portrait-bust of Piero de'Medici. Original housed in the Bargello, Florence, Italy, circa 1454.


The Illumination Of An English Psalter: A Preliminary Assessment, Bruce Watson Oct 1977

The Illumination Of An English Psalter: A Preliminary Assessment, Bruce Watson

The Courier

Several years ago the George Arents Research Library, Syracuse University, acquired a small English illuminated psalter (Uncat. MS 1), dated ca. 1300. It formerly had been in the collection of the Virtue and Cahill Library of the Cathedral Chapter of the Diocese of Portsmouth. Thus far, to the best of my knowledge, the only publication of the work has been the necessarily brief description of it by Barbara Larkin and Kenneth Pennington in the exhibition catalogue Medieval Art in Upstate New York. Placement of the style of the illumination of this psalter in the development of English Gothic manuscript painting ...


Smith Ms 36: A Study In Fifteenth Century Manuscript Illumination, Gloria K. Fiero Apr 1976

Smith Ms 36: A Study In Fifteenth Century Manuscript Illumination, Gloria K. Fiero

The Courier

A Book of Hours written in Dutch was donated to the Syracuse Public Library by J. William Smith in 1908, but received little publicity until 1974, when it was included in an exhibition of medieval art at the Everson Museum, entitled "Medieval Art in Upstate New York." Briefly described in the catalog of that exhibition, and briefly loaned to the George Arents Research Library at Syracuse University, this manuscript, coded Smith 36, bears close consideration for two reasons. First, the style of the historieur, the artist who painted the miniatures, can be detected in at least three additional Books of ...


Medals And Plaquettes From The Molinari Collection At Bowdoin College, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Andrea S. Norris, Ingrid S. Weber Jan 1976

Medals And Plaquettes From The Molinari Collection At Bowdoin College, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Andrea S. Norris, Ingrid S. Weber

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

Catalogue of the exhibition of medals. With an introduction to the medals catalogue by Graham Pollard.


Bowdoin Sculpture Of St. John Nepomuk, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Zdenka Volavka Jan 1975

Bowdoin Sculpture Of St. John Nepomuk, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Zdenka Volavka

Museum of Art Miscellaneous Publications

"Composition by the Anthoensen Press, Portland, Maine"--P. [2]


Codex Atlanticus, Carol Hanley Jul 1974

Codex Atlanticus, Carol Hanley

The Courier

The gift of the Codex Atlanticus to the George Arents Research Library by the Class of 1912 and Chester Soling is a generous gesture of scholastic importance. Publishers are the Johnson Reprint Corporation, a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich and Centro Editoriale Giuinti, of Florence.

The Codex is a collation of sections from many of Leonardo Da Vinci's notebooks, compiled by Pompeo Leoni, a sixteenth century sculptor who came to acquire them through the descendants of Leonardo's devoted disciple, Francesco Melzi.


Nineteenth Century French Prints: An Exhibition Selected And Organized By Gregory C. Carroll '73, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Gregory Charles Carroll Jan 1973

Nineteenth Century French Prints: An Exhibition Selected And Organized By Gregory C. Carroll '73, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Gregory Charles Carroll

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

An honors paper for the Dept. of Art


The Development Of Structural Form In Franconian Rococo, Michael Warmington Earls Jun 1971

The Development Of Structural Form In Franconian Rococo, Michael Warmington Earls

Full list of publications from School of Architecture

Earl discusses the development and use of structural forms at the time of the late Baroque and early Rococo, referencing many German examples of architecture.


Medieval Sculptor, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Brooks W. Stoddard Jan 1971

Medieval Sculptor, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Brooks W. Stoddard

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

Exhibition catalogue, Bowdoin College Museum of Art.


Ancient Art Of Middle America, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Roger Howell Jr. Jan 1969

Ancient Art Of Middle America, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Roger Howell Jr.

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

Catalog of an exhibition.

Essay by Roger Howell; note by Richard V. West.


Salton Collection : Renaissance & Baroque Medals & Plaquettes (1969 Revision), Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art Jan 1969

Salton Collection : Renaissance & Baroque Medals & Plaquettes (1969 Revision), Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

"The present collection ... belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Mark Salton of New York."

"One thousand five hundred copies of this catalogue have been printed ... Composition by the Anthosensen Press, Portland, Maine. Photography by John McKee. Design by Leonard Baskin. October MCMLXV"--Colophon

This is a revised edition of the 1965 original publication.


The Changing Meaning Of The Transi Tomb In Fifteenth And Sixteenth Century Europe, Kathleen Rogers Cohen Jan 1969

The Changing Meaning Of The Transi Tomb In Fifteenth And Sixteenth Century Europe, Kathleen Rogers Cohen

Faculty Publications

Introduction

Traditionally, medieval tomb imagery was concerned with the expression of hope for the salvation of the deceased. Tomb figures of the 13th and 14th centuries in Northern Europe portrayed the deceased in a state of ideal beauty. The hands were folded in prayer, the eyes open, and the face calm, expressing confidence in God's mercy and in salvation...

In the last years of the 14th century, a new and strikingly different type of sepulchral monument, the transi tomb, appeared in several places in Northern Europe. On these tombs the traditional idealized portrayal of the deceased was replaced by ...


Jacques Callot : An Examination Of His Techniques And Innovations In Reference To La Grande Foire De L'Impruneta, James Paul Monson Jan 1968

Jacques Callot : An Examination Of His Techniques And Innovations In Reference To La Grande Foire De L'Impruneta, James Paul Monson

Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


The Art Of Printmaking: Part 1. The Tools And Techniques Of The Printmaker, Norman Geske Jan 1966

The Art Of Printmaking: Part 1. The Tools And Techniques Of The Printmaker, Norman Geske

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

There are four major techniques for making original prints. A brief descriptlon of each of these -- relief processes, incised processes, planographic processes, and stencil processes -- is found in the following paragraphs.

Most art museums today seek the means of reaching a wider public than is actually counted through the turnstile and, as a result, art objects have come to be a commonplace in public places of all kinds, civic and commercial. Art has even taken to the road in circulating exhibitions, art-mobiles and the like. The present series of exhibitions has been organized as an effort in this direction, to ...


The Art Of Printmaking: Part 2. Master Prints From The Fifteenth Through The Eighteenth Centuries, Norman A. Geske Jan 1966

The Art Of Printmaking: Part 2. Master Prints From The Fifteenth Through The Eighteenth Centuries, Norman A. Geske

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

SCHONGAUER, MARTIN
ALDEGREVER, HEINRICH
ALTDORFER, ALBRECHT
BALDUNG-GRIEN, HANS
BEHAM, BARTHEL
CRANACH, LUCAS
DURER, ALBRECHT
DUVET, JEAN
HOLBEIN, HANS
LAUTENSACK, HANS SEBALD
VAN LEYDEN, LUCAS
MANTEGNA, ANDREA
BOSSE, ABRAHAM
CALLOT, JACQUES
CARRACCI, AGOSTINO
GELLEE, CLAUDE (called Lorrain)
GOLTZIUS, HENDRIK
NANTEUIL, ROBERT
VAN RIJN, REMBRANDT HARMENSZ
CANAL, ANTONIO (called Canaletto)
HOGARTH, WILLIAM
MOREAU, JEAN-MICHEL (known as Moreau Ie Jeune)
PIRANESI, GIOVANNI BATTISTA




Salton Collection : Renaissance & Baroque Medals & Plaquettes, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art Jan 1965

Salton Collection : Renaissance & Baroque Medals & Plaquettes, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

"The present collection ... belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Mark Salton of New York."

"One thousand five hundred copies of this catalogue have been printed ... Composiiton by the Anthoensen Press, Portland, Maine. Photography by John McKee. Design by Leonard Baskin. January MCMLXX"--Colophon

A revised edition of this catalogue published in 1969 is also available.


Baroque Paintings From The Collection Of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art Jan 1963

Baroque Paintings From The Collection Of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

This catalogue is in lieu of Bulletin vol. II: no. 3.


From The Bowdoin College Collections: An Exhibition Of European Art, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art Jan 1961

From The Bowdoin College Collections: An Exhibition Of European Art, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

Catalog of an exhibition held at the Bowdoin College Oakes Center, Bar Harbor, Maine, July 5-Aug. 2, 1961.


8. The Gothic Cathedral, Robert L. Bloom, Basil L. Crapster, Harold A. Dunkelberger, Charles H. Glatfelter, Richard T. Mara, Norman E. Richardson, W. Richard Schubart Jan 1958

8. The Gothic Cathedral, Robert L. Bloom, Basil L. Crapster, Harold A. Dunkelberger, Charles H. Glatfelter, Richard T. Mara, Norman E. Richardson, W. Richard Schubart

Section III: The Medieval Church

The Gothic cathedral, like the Summa of Aquinas, the University of Paris, and the Christendom of Innocent III, stands as one of the major expressions of the spirit of the High Middle Ages. The word "Gothic," coined by the Renaissance as a term of disparagement, has come recently to have more favorable and appreciative connotations. Such a reevaluation may be due not only to the better perspective that a longer period of time offers us, but also to a deeper understanding of the cultural role of artistic and spiritual symbolism. The artistic expression of the Middle Ages found its supreme ...


Mont-Saint-Michel And Chartres, Henry Adams, Ralph Adams Cram Jan 1904

Mont-Saint-Michel And Chartres, Henry Adams, Ralph Adams Cram

Electronic Texts in American Studies

FROM the moment when, through the courtesy of my friend Barrett Wendell, I came first to know Mr. Henry Adams's book, MontSaint- Michel and Chartres, I was profoundly convinced that this privately printed, jealously guarded volume should be withdrawn from its hiding-place amongst the bibliographical treasures of collectors and amateurs and given that wide publicity demanded alike by its intrinsic nature and the cause it could so admirably serve. To say that the book was a revelation is inadequately to express a fact; at once all the theology, philosophy, and mysticism, the politics, sociology, and economics, the romance, literature ...


A Study Of Aphrodite In Greek Sculpture, Jessie Christian Brown Jan 1900

A Study Of Aphrodite In Greek Sculpture, Jessie Christian Brown

Manuscript Thesis Collection

Abstract unavailable.


Note Book Of Archaeological Travel, James B. Nies Jan 1898

Note Book Of Archaeological Travel, James B. Nies

Archaeological Travel

Travel diary of the Rev. James B. Nies detailing his travel to the Holy Land in 1898.