Studies in the Art and Imagery of the Middle Ages

By (author) Marks, Richard

Professor Marks has been a curator at the British Museum, Keeper of the Burrell Collection, Glasgow, and Director of the Royal Pavilion and Museums in Brighton. Subsequently he held a Personal Chair in the History of Art Department at the University of York, and is now Emeritus Professor; he also currently has an Honorary Professorship in the History of Art at Cambridge University. He has held honorary posts as Vice-President of The Society of Antiquaries of London and International President of the Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi project. He has worked on a number of major exhibitions, including Gothic. Art for England 1400-1547 (Victoria & Albert Museum, 2003-4), which he curated. Professor Marks' main interest is the religious imagery of medieval Europe, in all the visual arts. Much of his research has been on English stained glass, and, more recently, on the function and reception of devotional images. His works here include Stained Glass in England during the Middle Ages (1993), The Medieval Stained Glass of Northamptonshire (1998), The Golden Age of English Manuscript Painting 1200-1500 (1981) and Image and Devotion in Late Medieval England (2004). This volume brings together thirty-one of Professor Marks' studies, encompassing historiography, stained glass, manuscript illumination, screen and wall painting, sculpture and funerary monuments.

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  • Introduction Overviews And Taxonomies: The Englishness of English Gothic Art? Medieval Stained Glass: Recent and Future Trends in Scholarship Coventry: a Regional Centre of Glass-painting in the 14th Century The Glazing of Stanford on Avon Church, Northamptonshire c. 1324-50 and the Taxonomy of English Medieval Stained Glass Studies An Age of Consumption: Art for England c. 1400-1547 Yorkist and Lancastrian Political and Genealogical Propaganda in the Visual Arts Picturing Word and Text in the Late Medieval Parish Church Windowes Wel-Y-Glased
  • Window Glass Wills and Windows: Documentary Evidence for the Commissioning of Stained Glass Windows in Late Medieval England Sir William Horne and his 'scowred' Windowat Snailwell, Cambridgeshire Glazing in the Romanesque Parish Church
  • Cistercian Window Glass in England and Wales The Thirteenth-Century Glazing of Salisbury Cathedral
  • The Mediaeval Stained Glass of Wells Cathedral The Glazing of Fotheringhay Church and College The Glazing of Henry VII's Chapel, Westminster Abbey Medieval Stained Glass in Bedfordshire Archives and the Visual Arts: Potsgrove Church, its Fourteenth-century Glazing and Other Fittings A Late Mediaeval Glass-painting Workshop in the Region of Stamford and Peterborough The Reception and Display of Northern European Roundels in England Seable Rememoratijf Signes: Two Early Sixteenth-century Boxwood Carvings Associated with the Glymes family of Bergen-op-Zoom Altarpiece, Image and Devotion: Fourteenth-century Sculpture at Cobham Church, Kent The Ymago Sancti Loci in the English Medieval Parish Church. Its Status and Function in the Liturgy and Private Devotion Viewing Our Lady of Pity A Late Medieval English Pilgrimage Cult: Master John Schorn of North Marston and Windsor Images of Henry VI The Dean and the Bearded Lady: Aspects of the Cult of St Wilgefortis/Uncumber in England Monuments and Memorialization: Sir Geoffrey Luttrell and Some Companions: Images of Chivalry c. 1320-50
  • Entumbid right princly: The Beauchamp Chapel at Warwick and the Politics of Interment The Howard Tombs at Thetford and Framlingham: New Discoveries
  • Two Illuminated Guild Registers from Bedfordshire To the Honor and Pleasure of Almighty God, and to the Comfort of the Parishioners: The Rood and Remembrance Publications by Richard Marks Acknowledgements Index.

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書名 Studies in the Art and Imagery of the Middle Ages
著作者等 Marks, Richard
出版元 Pindar Press
刊行年月 2013.01.31
ページ数 830p
大きさ H240 x W170
ISBN 9781904597384
言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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