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Early Medieval Art by Lawrence (Professor Nees, Department of Art History University of Delaware)
Earliest Christian art - Saints and holy places - Holy images - Artistic production for the wealthy - Icons & iconography.
Experiencing Medieval Art by Herbert L. Kessler
Renowned art historian Herbert L. Kessler authors a love song to medieval art inviting students, teachers, and professional medievalists to experience the wondrous, complex art of the Middle Ages.
Medieval Art by Leslie Ross
Covers the topics, symbols, themes, and stories most frequently found in early Christian, western medieval, and Byzantine art.
Medieval Art by Veronica Sekules
This refreshing new look at Medieval art conveys a very real sense of the impact of art on everyday life in Europe from 1000 to 1500. It examines the importance of art in the expression and spread of knowledge and ideas, including notions of the heroism and justice of war, and the dominant view of Christianity. Taking its starting point from issues of contemporary relevance, such as the environment, the identity of the artist, and the position of women, the book also highlights the attitudes and events specific to the sophisticated visual culture of the Middle Ages, and goes on to link this period to the Renaissance. The fascinating question of whether commercial and social activities between countries encouraged similar artistic taste and patronage, or contributed to the defining of cultural difference in Europe, is fully explored.
Perspectives On Medieval Art by Ena Giurescu Heller
"Perspectives on Medieval Art: Learning through Looking examines medieval culture from a number of different viewpoints to reveal how the art of the Middle Ages can provide a unique insight into the wider issues of medieval politics and culture. The essays also address the teaching of medieval art and architecture as well as examining society's longing for ecclesiastical drama. Contributions from leading theologians and historians variously study life and art in the Middle Ages, why the medieval period matters today and how medieval art speaks to a 21st-century audience. Scholars from different disciplines, including Thomas Cahill and Kathryn Kueny, consider individual works of art simultaneously and examine how medieval art is taught in divinity schools, university and college classrooms and museums."--Publisher's description.
The Grove Encyclopedia Of Medieval Art And Architecture by Colum Hourihane
This volume offers unparalleled coverage of all aspects of art and architecture from medieval Western Europe, from the 6th century to the early 16th century. Drawing upon the expansive scholarship in the celebrated 'Grove Dictionary of Art' and adding hundreds of new entries, it offers students, researchers and the general public a reliable, up-to-date, and convenient resource covering this field of major importance in the development of Western history and international art and architecture.
Monuments Of Medieval Art by Robert G. Calkins
This richly illustrated and scholarly study traces the development of art through the Middle Ages, from the early Christian catacombs of Italy and the treasures of Sutton Hoo to the masterpieces of Romanesque cathedrals and illuminated manuscripts.
Early Medieval Art 300 1150 by Caecilia Davis-Weyer (red.)
Originally published by Prentice-Hall, 1971.
Studies In Medieval Art And Interpretation by Walter Cahn
Collection of previously published articles by the author.
Medieval Art by Gale R. Owen-Crocker
To honor the late renowned art historian C.R. Dodwell, a collection of papers by leading scholars are combined to provide an illuminating perspective on a richly varied selection of topics, not the least of which recognizes Dodwell's significant achievement in restoring Lambeth Palace Library during the 1950s. 8 color and 101 b&w illustrations.