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The Romanesque frieze and its spectator
|Statement||edited by Deborah Kahn.|
|Contributions||Kahn, Deborah, 1953-, Lincoln Cathedral.|
|LC Classifications||NB1280 .R66 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||93104632|
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Until now, frieze sculpture has been one of the least studied aspects of Romanesque art despite the examples to be found all over Europe. This book fills that gap, with a collection of essays from the symposium held at Lincoln, where an international group of scholars came together to discuss the frieze in its wider social and cultural context and the impact of such sculpture on the Price: $ Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition.
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Get this from a library. The Romanesque frieze and its spectator: the Lincoln symposium papers. [Deborah Kahn; Lincoln Cathedral.;] -- This volume provides an introduction to the much neglected topic of sculptural friezes, ranging from England to Normandy, the Loire Valley and Northern Italy.
Frieze sculpture has until now been one. The Romanesque Frieze and its Spectator (review) The Romanesque Frieze and its Spectator (review) James, John Short Notices Having said this, the omission is not Kahn's alone.
It is one of the most unfortunate aspects of art history that its political setting is often relegated to only a slight 'lull'. The Romanesque frieze and its spectator: the Lincoln symposium papers Imprint London: Published for the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln Cathedral ; H.
Miller, Buy The Romanesque Frieze and Its Spectator: The Lincoln Symposium Papers First Edition by Kahn, Deborah (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Format: Hardcover. Investigating the polychromy of Lincoln's Romanesque frieze panels, and its contribution to the architectonics and overall rhetoric of the Cathedral.
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The Romanesque frieze and its spectator: the Lincoln symposium papers / edited by Deborah Kahn. London: Published for the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln Cathedral [by] Harvey Miller ; New York. Published in the U.S. in conjunction with Oxford University Press, c Willibald Sauerländer, “Romanesque Sculpture in its Architectural Context,” in The Romanesque Frieze and its Spectator, ed.
Kahn (London, ), Linda Seidel, “The Moissac Portico and the Rhetoric of Appropriation,” Studien zur Geschichte der europäischen Skulptur im / Jahrhundert, ed.
The Romanesque Frieze and its Spectator. London,pp. 17– London,pp. 17– Von den "Sonderleistungen Deutscher Kunst" zur "Ars Sacra": Kunstgeschichte in Deutschland The Corporate Body of Lincoln Cathedral is an exempt ecclesiastical corporation (HMRC charity reference number X); The Lincoln Cathedral Music Fund is a registered charity in England and Wales (); The Lincoln Cathedral Learning, Arts, Culture and Events CIO is a registered Charity in England and Wales (); Lincoln Minster Shops Ltd.
is a registered company (). The Romanesque Frieze and its Spectator: The Lincoln Symposium Papers. By: N/A. Price: $ Publisher: A Harvey Miller Publication: October Seller ID: ISBN: Binding: Hardcover.
Condition: New. Until now, frieze sculpture has been one of the least studied aspects of Romanesque art despite the examples to be. Professor Kahn has published widely on medieval sculpture in English, French and American journals.
Her books include Canterbury Cathedral and its Romanesque Sculpture (), The Romanesque Frieze and its Spectator (editor, ) and English Romanesque Art (). She is currently writing a book on Romanesque sculpture for Thames and Hudson.
Caroline Walker Bynum, “Wonder”, in Metamorphosis and Identity (New York: Zone Books, ), 37– 16; C. Verzar, “Text and Image in North Italian Romanesque Sculpture”, in The Romanesque Frieze and its Spectator, ed. Deborah Kahn (London: Harvey Miller, ), –40 at She is the author of numerous articles, as well as two books Canterbury Cathedral and its Romanesque Sculpture () and The Romanesque Frieze and its Spectator (editor, ).
Her forthcoming book, Selles-sur-Cher and the Re-Discovery of Narrative Sculpture is. Please refer to following references for identification of the frieze panels: T.S.R. Boase, The Oxford History of English Art – (Oxford University Press,).G. Zarnecki, Romanesque. The Romanesque Frieze And Its Spectator: The Lincoln Symposium Papers avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving 5/5(2).
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