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by Z. Opacic,A. Timmerman

Author: Z. Opacic,A. Timmerman
Subcategory: Architecture
Language: English
Publisher: Brepols (distributed) (December 31, 2011)
Pages: 287 pages
Category: Photo and Art
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xvi, 334; 188 black-and-white figures. 80. ISBN: 978-2-503-53167-0. Discover more publications, questions and projects in Gothic.

xvi, 334; 188 black-and-white figures. Zoë Opačić and Achim Timmermann, ed. Image, Memory and Devotion: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley. Studies in Gothic Art . Turnhout: Brepols, 2011. Pp. vii, 287; 137 black-and-white figures. ISBN: 978-2-503-53168-7. Article in Speculum 89(03):812-814 · July 2014 with 25 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Organization of the computer means controlled by the image's parameters.

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A Journal of Medieval Studies. Volume 89, Number 3 July 2014. Matthew Reeve, "Opačić, Zoë; and Timmermann, Achim, ed. Architecture, Liturgy and Identity: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley; Opačić, Zoë; and Timmermann, Achim, ed. Image, Memory and Devotion: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley," Speculum 89, no. 3 (July 2014): 812-814.

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Studies in Gothic Art (SGA 2). Image, Memory and Devotion Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley. Covering a broad spectrum of topics and approaches including recent discoveries, new interpretations and critical debates, this book and its counterpart Architecture, Liturgy and Identity (also published in the Studies in Gothic Art series) offer a fitting tribute to the exceptional range of Professor Crossley's intellectual interests, while providing invaluable insights into the present study of the Middle Ages.

16. Klára Benešovská and Zoë Opačić, Wenceslas IV and the Chapel of Corpus Christi in the New Town of Prague

Covering a broad spectrum of topics and approaches including recent discoveries, new interpretations and critical debates, this book and its counterpart Image, Memory and Devotion (also published in the Studies in Gothic Art series) offer a fitting tribute to the exceptional range of Professor Crossley’s intellectual interests, while providing invaluable insights into the present study of the Middle Ages. 16. Klára Benešovská and Zoë Opačić, Wenceslas IV and the Chapel of Corpus Christi in the New Town of Prague. 157. 17. Tomasz Węcławowicz, The Fourteenth-Century Gothic Churches in Krakow: The Question of Iconography.

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Image, Memory and Devotion. Wenceslas IV and the Corpus Christi Chapel in Prague's New Town. with Klářa Benešovská ), in Studies in Medieval Art, vol 1: Architecture, Liturgy and Identity, Zoë Opačić and Achim Timmermann, Turnhout, 2011. Liber amicorum Paul Crossley (Studies in Gothic Art, 2), (with Achim Timmermann), Turnhout, 2011. Architecture and Religious Experience in 14th-century Prague, in Kunst als : Böhmen und das Heilige Römische Reich unter den Luxemburgern im Europäischen Kontext, Jiří Fajt and Andrea Langer (ed), Berlin and Munich, 2009.

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Gothic art was a style of medieval art that developed in Northern France out of Romanesque art in the 12th century AD, led by the concurrent development of Gothic architecture. It spread to all of Western Europe, and much of Southern and Central Europe, never quite effacing more classical styles in Italy. In the late 14th century, the sophisticated court style of International Gothic developed, which continued to evolve until the late 15th century

Table of Contents: Jonathan Alexander, Homeless and Marginalised: a Leaf from the 'Ghistelles Hours' - Tim Ayers, Collegiate Identity and the Art of Lancastrian Reform: The Stained Glass of Merton College, Oxford in the Early Fifteenth Century - Ron Baxter, Speech and Writing in the Gospels of Matilda of Canossa - Dusan Buran, The Crucifix in Kezmarok - a Little Known Masterpiece by Master Paul of Levoca - Joanna Cannon, An Enigmatic Italian Panel Painting of the Crucifixion in Narodni Galerie, Prague - Nicola Coldstream, Eleanor of Castile and the New Jerusalem - Kathleen Doyle, Bernard of Clairvaux's Apologia as a Work of Medieval Rhetoric -Lindy Grant, Gold Bezants on the Altar: Coronation imagery in the Bibles Moralisees - Jeffrey F. Hamburger, Bloody Mary: Traces of the peplum cruentatum in Prague - and in Strasbourg - Michael Kauffmann, The Meaning of Biblical Imagery in Churches: Is the Liturgy the Answer? - Peter Kidson, Recollections of a Maverick - Robert Maniura, Image, Space and Holy Place in the Cult of Our Lady of Cz?stochowa - John Lowden, Inventing Biblical Narrative: The Kiss of Cain in the Bible moralisees - Richard Marks, To the Honour and the Pleasure of Almighty God, and to the Comfort of the Parishioners: the Rood and Remembrance - David Park, Repairing 'that Vision by which Christ May be Seen': the St Swithun Cycle at Corhampton, and the Depiction of Patronal Saints in English Romanesque Wall Painting - Janet Robson, Assisi, Rome and the Miracle of the Crib at Greccio - Agnieszka Ro?nowska-Sadraei, Jagiellonians and the Internationalisation of National Saints - Milada Studnickova, Archbishop Jan of Jenstein and a new Iconography of the Visitation of St Elizabeth to the Virgin Mary: Mystic Vision and its Visualization as an Instrument of Church Policy - Robert Suckale, A Statuette of the Saviour in the Style of the Virgins on Lions - Maria Theisen, Picturing Frana - Achim Timmermann, Astwerk and ars moriendi: Reflections on a Poor Sinner's Cross in Heilbronn (1514) - Rose Walker, Sisters and Suburbs: Some Reflections on Berengaria of Navarre and her Cistercian Foundation outside Le Mans - Beth Williamson, "The Ordered Exercise of Intellection": the Manipulation of Devotional Technologies - Evelin Wetter, Issues of Negotiation: Church Treasures and Sovereign Claims in the Mark Brandenburg.