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The Resource Christianity and the Renaissance : image and religious imagination in the Quattrocento, edited by Timothy Verdon and John Henderson

Christianity and the Renaissance : image and religious imagination in the Quattrocento, edited by Timothy Verdon and John Henderson

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Christianity and the Renaissance : image and religious imagination in the Quattrocento
Title
Christianity and the Renaissance
Title remainder
image and religious imagination in the Quattrocento
Statement of responsibility
edited by Timothy Verdon and John Henderson
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
N7952.A1
LC item number
C47 1990
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1949 June 12-
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  • Verdon, Timothy
  • Henderson, John
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  • Christian art and symbolism
  • Christianity and art
  • Cultuurgeschiedenis
  • Christendom
  • Beïnvloeding
  • Christliche Kunst
  • Religion
  • Imagination
  • Aufsatzsammlung
  • Kirche
  • Kunst
  • Italien
  • Art chrétien
  • Église catholique et art
  • Symbolisme chrétien
  • Vie artistique
  • Eglise catholique et art
  • Art et symbolisme chrétien
  • Florence (Italie)
  • Italie
  • Christian art and symbolism
  • Christianity and art
  • Italy
  • Christentum
  • Christliche Kunst
  • Imagination
  • Kirche
  • Kunst
  • Religion
  • Renaissance
  • Italien
Label
Christianity and the Renaissance : image and religious imagination in the Quattrocento, edited by Timothy Verdon and John Henderson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Contents
  • Augustinus canonicus-Augustinus eremita: a Quattrocento cause célèbre
  • Kaspar Elm
  • Fra Angelico at San Marco: art and the liturgy of cloistered life
  • William Hood
  • The tree of life and the Holy Cross: Franciscan spirituality in the Trecento and the Quattrocento
  • Rab Hatfield
  • Some images for Carmelites, circa 1330-1430
  • Creighton Gilbert -- Civic preaching in the early Renaissance: Dominici's Florentine sermons
  • Daniel R. Lesnick
  • pt. 2.
  • Christianity, the Renaissance, and the study of history: environments of experience and imagination
  • The religious world of the laity:
  • Penitence and the laity in fifteenth-century Florence
  • John Henderson
  • Sacred eloquence: humanist preaching and lay piety in Renaissance Florence
  • Ronald F.E. Weissman
  • The Scuole Grandi of Venice: some further thoughts
  • Brian Pullan
  • Death and Christian charity in the confraternities of the Upper Tiber Valley
  • James R. Banker
  • The Florentine confraternities today
  • Timothy Verdon
  • Neri Capponi
  • Cult objects and artistic patronage of the fourteenth-century flagellant confraternity of Gesù Pellegrino
  • Kathleen Giles Arthur
  • The word made flesh: the rappresentazioni of mysteries and miracles in fifteenth-century Florence
  • Nerida Newbigin
  • Music and spectacle in confraternity drama in fifteenth-century Florence: the reconstruction of a theatrical event
  • Cyrilla Barr
  • Thoughts on Florentine fifteenth-century religious spectacle
  • Paola Ventrone
  • Sacred mountains in Europe and America
  • pt. 1.
  • George Kubler
  • pt. 3.
  • The world of the Christian humanist:
  • Humanism and the religious crisis of the late Quattrocento: Giovanni Caroli, O.P., and the Liber dierum lucensium
  • Salvatore Camporeale
  • Marsilio Ficino and the Medici: the inner dimensions of patronage
  • Melissa Meriam Bullard
  • Savonarola's preaching and the patronage of art
  • Marcia B. Hall
  • Gian Francesco Pico Della Mirandola: Savonarolan apologetics and the critique of ancient thought
  • The monastic world:
  • Eugenio Garin
  • pt. 4.
  • Coda on method:
  • Altarpieces and the requirements of patrons
  • Charles Hope
  • Art criticism and icon-theology
  • Eugenio Marino
  • Monasteries, friaries, and nunneries in Quattrocento Florence
  • Gene Adam Brucker
  • Lay patronage and observant reform in fifteenth-century Florence
  • Nicolai Rubinstein
Control code
19322422
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed
Extent
xix, 611 p.
Isbn
9780815624141
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
89030918
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)19322422
Label
Christianity and the Renaissance : image and religious imagination in the Quattrocento, edited by Timothy Verdon and John Henderson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Contents
  • Augustinus canonicus-Augustinus eremita: a Quattrocento cause célèbre
  • Kaspar Elm
  • Fra Angelico at San Marco: art and the liturgy of cloistered life
  • William Hood
  • The tree of life and the Holy Cross: Franciscan spirituality in the Trecento and the Quattrocento
  • Rab Hatfield
  • Some images for Carmelites, circa 1330-1430
  • Creighton Gilbert -- Civic preaching in the early Renaissance: Dominici's Florentine sermons
  • Daniel R. Lesnick
  • pt. 2.
  • Christianity, the Renaissance, and the study of history: environments of experience and imagination
  • The religious world of the laity:
  • Penitence and the laity in fifteenth-century Florence
  • John Henderson
  • Sacred eloquence: humanist preaching and lay piety in Renaissance Florence
  • Ronald F.E. Weissman
  • The Scuole Grandi of Venice: some further thoughts
  • Brian Pullan
  • Death and Christian charity in the confraternities of the Upper Tiber Valley
  • James R. Banker
  • The Florentine confraternities today
  • Timothy Verdon
  • Neri Capponi
  • Cult objects and artistic patronage of the fourteenth-century flagellant confraternity of Gesù Pellegrino
  • Kathleen Giles Arthur
  • The word made flesh: the rappresentazioni of mysteries and miracles in fifteenth-century Florence
  • Nerida Newbigin
  • Music and spectacle in confraternity drama in fifteenth-century Florence: the reconstruction of a theatrical event
  • Cyrilla Barr
  • Thoughts on Florentine fifteenth-century religious spectacle
  • Paola Ventrone
  • Sacred mountains in Europe and America
  • pt. 1.
  • George Kubler
  • pt. 3.
  • The world of the Christian humanist:
  • Humanism and the religious crisis of the late Quattrocento: Giovanni Caroli, O.P., and the Liber dierum lucensium
  • Salvatore Camporeale
  • Marsilio Ficino and the Medici: the inner dimensions of patronage
  • Melissa Meriam Bullard
  • Savonarola's preaching and the patronage of art
  • Marcia B. Hall
  • Gian Francesco Pico Della Mirandola: Savonarolan apologetics and the critique of ancient thought
  • The monastic world:
  • Eugenio Garin
  • pt. 4.
  • Coda on method:
  • Altarpieces and the requirements of patrons
  • Charles Hope
  • Art criticism and icon-theology
  • Eugenio Marino
  • Monasteries, friaries, and nunneries in Quattrocento Florence
  • Gene Adam Brucker
  • Lay patronage and observant reform in fifteenth-century Florence
  • Nicolai Rubinstein
Control code
19322422
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed
Extent
xix, 611 p.
Isbn
9780815624141
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
89030918
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)19322422
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