Item Number: 112078
Title: Judaism and Christian Art : Aesthetic Anxieties from the Catacombs to Colonialism
Author: Kessler, Herbert L. ; David Nirenberg (ed)
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Description: Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011. 26cm., hardcover, 442pp. illus. . Contents: J. Elsner , "'Pharaoh's Army Got Drownded': Some Reflections on Jewish and Roman Genealogies in Early Christian Art" ; S. Lipton "Unfeigned Witness: Jews, Matter, and Vision in Twelfth-Century Christian Art" ; H. Kessler "Shaded with Dust: Jewish Eyes on Christian Art" ; F. Prado Vilar "Iudeus sacer: Life, Law, and Identity in the 'State of Exception' Called 'Marian Miracle'" ; M. Kupfer "Abraham Circumcises Himself: A Scene at the Endgame of Jewish Utility to Christian Art" ; A. Timmermann "Frau Venus, the Eucharist, and the Jews of Landshut" ; M. Merback "Jewish Carnality, Christian Guilt, and Eucharistic Peril in the Rotterdam-Berlin Altarpiece of the Holy Sacrament" ; D. Katz "The Ghetto and the Gaze in Early Modern Venice" ; F. Pereda "Through a Glass Darkly: Paths to Salvation in Spanish Painting at the Outset of the Inquisition" ; S. Campbell "Renaissance Naturalism and the Jewish Bible: Ferrara, Brescia, Bergamo, 1520-1540" ; R. Neer "Poussin's Useless Treasures" ; R. Ubl "Eugène Delacroix's Jewish Wedding and the Medium of Painting" ; D. Nirenberg "The Judaism of Christian Art".
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