Item Number: 103945
Title: Art, Piety and Destruction in the Christian West, 1500–1700
Author: Chieffo Raguin, Virginia (ed)
Price: Not Available
Description: Aldershot: Ashgate, 2010. 24cm., hardcover, 226pp. illus. Contents: Introduction: art and religion: then and now, Virginia Chieffo Raguin; Salvaging saints: the rescue and display of relics in Munich during the early Catholic-Reformation, Jeffrey Chipps Smith; Does religion matter? Adam Kraft''s eucharistic tabernacle and Eobanus Hessus, Corine Schlief; You are what you wear (and use, and see): the form of the reform in England, Virginia Chieffo Raguin; Repackaging the past: the survival, preservation and reinterpretation of the windows in St Mary''s, Fairford, Gloucestershire, Sarah Brown; Preserving antiquity in a Protestant city: the Maison Carré in 16th-century Nîmes, David Karmon; Destruction or preservation?; the meaning of graffiti on paintings in religious sites, Véronique Plesch; Inquisitorial practices past and present: artistic censorship, the Virgin Mary, and St Anne, Charlene Villaseñor Black; Index. (Visual Culture in Early Modernity)
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