Re-Inventing Traditions: On the Transmission of Artistic Patterns in Late Medieval Manuscript Illumination

Re-Inventing Traditions: On the Transmission of Artistic Patterns in Late Medieval Manuscript Illumination

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Overview

The volume comprises 16 papers given at the conference Re-Inventing Traditions held in Berlin in 2012. It negotiates the question of the transmission of artistic patterns in late medieval manuscript illumination. The model as such is often regarded as a mere working tool but recently the conditions of its creation and transformation have been discovered as a field of research. Among the central themes of these essays are textual tradition, workshop methods and the development and changeability of artistic models throughout different media and in various European regions.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783631659076
Publisher: Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/29/2015
Series: Zivilisationen & Geschichte / Civilizations & History / Civilisations & Histoire Series , #34
Pages: 363
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)

About the Author

Joris Corin Heyder holds a scholarship of the Gerda Henkel Foundation and works on his PhD at the Freie Universität Berlin.
Christine Seidel got her PhD at the Freie Universität Berlin and was Silvia Foundation Interdisciplinary Fellow at the Alan B. Slifka Foundation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Table of Contents

Contents: Joris C. Heyder: Re-Inventing Traditions? Preliminary thoughts on the transmission of artistic patterns in late medieval manuscript illumination – Bertrand Cosnet : La transmission de l'iconographie des vertus dans les manuscrits italiens du 14e siècle: la réinvention de la Somme le roi – Sandrine Pagenot : La transmission du cycle enluminé d'un traité didactique de 1379 à la fin du XVe siècle : le Livre des deduis de Henri de Ferrières – Nataša Kavčič: Manuscript and Charter Decoration: The Transmission of Artistic Patterns – Gemma Avenoza Vera/Marion Coderch : La reproduction des modèles dans des manuscrits hispaniques du XVe siècle – Maria Ferroni: Sano di Pietro and the «Illustrated Initial» – Katja Monier : O sainct Gond tu as merité : le cas d'un saint oublié – Samuel Gras: The Master of Jeanne de France, duchesse de Bourbon: a bridge between Jean Fouquet and the artists in the Jouvenel Group – Nicholas Herman: Fouquet redivivus: Migrant Motifs in Tours, 1480-1520 – Elizabeth L'Estrange: Beyond the 1520s: A Bellemare Workshop Manuscript in Liège (MS Wittert 29) – Frédéric Elsig : Itinéraire artistique et polyvalence technique : le cas d'Antoine de Lonhy – Valérie Guéant : Les modèles romains d'un enlumineur curial du Quattrocento – Marion Heisterberg: Exemplary martyrdoms - lost examples. Some theses on the miniatures in the so-called «martyrology» in the Cini Foundation and three related copy drawings – Natasa Golob: Floral Borders: Some comparative aspects – Laurence Rivière Ciavaldini : De la pierre au parchemin : le livre d'heures de Lodewijk van Boghem et le monastère royal de Brou – Brigitte Roux : Du multiple à l'unique : le cas du livre d'heures de Philibert de Viry (Genève, BGE, lat. 367).

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