Item Number: 112454
Title: Meaning in Motion : The Semantics of Movement in Medieval Art
Author: Freni, Giovanni ; Nino Zchomelidse (eds)
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Description: Princeton: Princeton University Press, Department of Art and Archaeology, 2011. 29cm., pbk., 288pp., 155 color illus. Contents: N. Zchomelidse "Descending Word and Resurrecting Christ: Moving Images in Illuminated Liturgical Scrolls of Southern Italy," F. Lucchini "Face, Counterface, Counterfeit : The Lost Visage of the Reliquary of the Jaw of Saint Anthony of Padua," M. Katz "Marian Motion: Opening the Body of the Vierge Ouvrante," G. Freni "Space, Images, and the Public at the Duomo of Fidenza : Movement as Semiotic Code," A. Bloch "Baptism, Movement, and Imagery at the Baptistery of San Giovanni in Florence," L. Weigert "Visualizing the Movement of Urban Drama in the Late Middle Ages: The 'Mystere' of the Lord's Vengeance in Reims," J. Fronska "Turning the Pages of Legal Manuscripts: Reading and Remembering the Law," K. McKinley "Ekphrasis as Aesthetic Pilgrimage in Chaucer's House of Fame Book 1," L. Enderlein "The Wandering Mind: Concepts of Late Medieval Allegory in the Painted Chamber of the La Manta Castle".
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