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by Colum Hourihane

eBook Insular and Anglo-Saxon Art and Thought in the Early Medieval Period (The Index of Christian Art) epub
  • ISBN: 0983753709
  • Author: Colum Hourihane
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: the Index of Christian Art, Princeton University; 1 edition (September 14, 2011)
  • Pages: 346 pages
  • ePUB size: 1724 kb
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Insular and Anglo-Saxon illumination, the latter in specific examination of designs on the binding of the Stonyhurst .

Insular and Anglo-Saxon illumination, the latter in specific examination of designs on the binding of the Stonyhurst Gospel). amonn Ó Carragáin follows the sun's course as a guide to reading the iconography of Irish high crosses, whereas Paul Meyvaert provides a useful catalog of depictions of John the Baptist (up to the sixteenth century) in his quest to demonstrate that the saint is not depicted on the Ruthwell Cross. Engravings on Early Iron Age and medieval metal plaques, mirrors, and imported eating utensils from the northwestern Urals and northwestern Siberia are described in the context of local art of the period.

Michelle P. Brown University of London Southumbrian Book Culture before Alfred: the Insular and Anglo-Saxon Interface. Carol Farr Independent Scholar Vox ecclesiae: Performance and Insular Manuscript Art. Peter Harbison Royal Irish Academy The Fate of Emperor Charles the Bald’s Carvers and the Creation of Ireland’s Scriptural High Crosses. Lawrence Nees University of Delaware Recent Trends in Dating Works of Insular Art. Nancy Netzer Boston College New Discoveries vs the Old Narrative for Insular Gospel Books.

The studies in this volume, which were undertaken by some of the most eminent scholars in the field, highlight the close interaction between the two worlds of Ireland and England in the early medieval period. Studies deal with topics as diverse as the Books of Kells and Durrow, the high cross, reliquaries, and shrines as well as issues of reception, liturgy, color, performance, and iconography.

Colum Hourihane is Director of the Index of Christian Art, Princeton University. 2. Recent Trends in Dating Works of Insular art. Lawrence Nees

Colum Hourihane is Director of the Index of Christian Art, Princeton University. 1. New Finds versus the Beginning of the Narrative on Insular Gospel Books. Lawrence Nees. 3. Southumbrian Book Culture: The Interface Between Insular and Anglo-Saxon. 5. Looking to Byzantium: Light, Color and Cloth in Insular Art. Heather Pulliam.

Covering the arts of Ireland and England with some incursions onto mainland Europe, where the same stylistic influences are . Published September 14th 2011 by Index of Christian Art Dept. of Art and Archeology Princeton (first published September 1st 2011).

Covering the arts of Ireland and England with some incursions onto mainland Europe, where the same stylistic influences are found, the terms "Insular" and "Anglo-Saxon" are two of the most problematic in medieval art history.

Index of Christian Art Occasional Papers.

General Art History Books. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Report incorrect product info or prohibited items. Insular and Anglo-Saxon Art and Thought in the Early Medieval Period. Index of Christian Art Occasional Papers. Penn State University Press.

Insular & AngloSaxon Art and Thought in the Early Medieval Period (Princeton, 2011). Brown, Michelle . Southumbrian Book Culture: The Interface Between Insular and AngloSaxon 3142. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011.

Princeton: Index of Christian Art, Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University. Pennsylvania State University Press. The volume deliberately adopts an inclusive approach, examining earlier Insular pieces (perhaps more closely associated with the Celtic "peripheries") together with productions connected with the later Anglo-Saxon Benedictine Reform.

Published 2011 by Index of Christian Art, Dept. of Art and Archeology, Princeton University, In association with the Pennsylvania State University Press in, University Park, Pa. Written in English. Art, Anglo-Saxon, Medieval Art, Irish Art. Places. Great Britain, Ireland. An interdisciplinary collection of essays examining Irish and Anglo-Saxon art in the early medieval period"-Provided by publisher. Includes bibliographical references and index. The index of Christian art : occasional papers - 13.

Insular and Anglo-Saxon Art and Thought in the Early Medieval Period: Colum Hourihane: 9780983753704: Books

Insular and Anglo-Saxon Art and Thought in the Early Medieval Period: Colum Hourihane: 9780983753704: Books -. Byzantine Insular and Anglo-Saxon Art and Thought in the Early Medieval Period.

Covering the arts of Ireland and England with some incursions onto mainland Europe, where the same stylistic influences are found, the terms “Insular” and “Anglo-Saxon” are two of the most problematic in medieval art history. Originally used to define the manuscripts of ninth- and tenth-century Ireland and the north of England, “Insular” is now more widely applied to include all of the media of these and earlier periods. It is a style that is closely related to the more narrowly defined Anglo-Saxon. Stretching from the sixth or seventh centuries possibly to the late eleventh century, these styles are two of the most innovative of the Middle Ages. The studies in this volume, which were undertaken by some of the most eminent scholars in the field, highlight the close interaction between the two worlds of Ireland and England in the early medieval period. Studies deal with topics as diverse as the Books of Kells and Durrow, the high cross, reliquaries, and shrines as well as issues of reception, liturgy, color, performance, and iconography.

The contributors are Herbert R. Broderick III, Michelle P. Brown, Carol Farr, Peter Harbison, Paul Meyvaert, Lawrence Nees, Nancy Netzer, Carol Neuman de Vegvar, Éamonn Ó Carragáin, Neil O’Donoghue, Jennifer O’Reilly, Heather Pulliam, Jane Rosenthal, Michael Ryan, Ben C. Tilghman, and Benjamin Withers.

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