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Religious narrative in sixteenth century Rome

Richard-Raymond Alasko

Religious narrative in sixteenth century Rome

the Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, September 11-October 23, 1983

by Richard-Raymond Alasko

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Published by The Museum in Notre Dame, Ind .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy,
  • Rome
    • Subjects:
    • Bible -- Illustrations -- Exhibitions.,
    • Narrative art, Renaissance -- Italy -- Rome -- Exhibitions.,
    • Narrative art, Italian -- Italy -- Rome -- Exhibitions.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 77-80.

      Statementessay and catalogue by Richard-Raymond Alasko ; with a further essay by Lawrence S. Lowic.
      ContributionsLowic, Lawrence., Snite Museum of Art.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN7952.R6 A53 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination80 p. :
      Number of Pages80
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2297414M
      LC Control Number86168866

      Between and , England was preoccupied with the political and religious questions attendant to what was called "the King's great matter." Divorcing a queen in the early sixteenth century .   : Forms of Faith in Sixteenth-Century Italy (Catholic Christendom, ) (): Matthew Treherne, Abigail Brundin: Books.

      Essay. From late antiquity forward, Christianity was integral to European culture, and the life of Christ was understood (as it is still) as an essential embodiment of Christian teachings. This explains the prevalence of scenes from Christ’s life in European art, and yet there is more to the story.   The Reformation and Counter-Reformation represented the greatest upheaval in Western society since the collapse of the Roman Empire a millennium before. The consequences of those shattering events are still felt today—from the stark divisions between (and within) Catholic and Protestant countries to the Protestant ideology that governs America, the world’s only remaining 4/5(3).

      Art and the Religious Image in El Greco’s Italy is the first book-length examination of the early career of one of the early modern period’s most notoriously misunderstood figures. Born around , Domenikos Theotokopoulos began his career as an icon painter on the island of Crete. He is best known, under the name “El Greco,” for the works he created while in Spain, paintings that. A series of critical book reviews, in effect, and a summing up. the Protestant and Catholic reformers of the sixteenth century. data on Luther before and after his break with Rome with a.


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Religious narrative in sixteenth century Rome. South Bend, Ind.: Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard-Raymond Alasko; Lawrence Lowic; Snite Museum of Art.

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Book Description. The sixteenth century was a period of tumultuous religious change in Italy as in Europe as a whole, a period when Religious narrative in sixteenth century Rome book for both reform and counter-reform reflected and affected shifting religious sensibilities.

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The impact of religious change in the 16th century. I did consider making the story of the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century the basic rubric of the narrative (after all, the Roman Church had been around long before Luther and to begin the narrative with him is already an expression of ideological bias); I decided against such novel approach.

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This innovative textbook uniquely combines an integrated survey of European and English history in the sixteenth century. The book is structured in three parts: the Western european Environment, The Rise of the Great Monarchies and the Crisis of the Great Monarchies.

It covers political, social, religious and economic history from the late Renaissance to Mary Stuart and Philip II. eighteenth century publications both in Armenia and in the diaspora made an impact on the formation of the national imagination “beyond the confines of the specific community in which they were printed.”5 Unlike sixteenth-century printing that was a personal endeavor.

Ferrara, This rare missal appears to be only book printed at the Carthusian Monastery in Ferrara during the sixteenth century. It is illustrated with a large woodcut of "Saint Christopher and the Christ Child" on the title leaf, a full-page cut of the Crucifixion, and more than initial letters.

‘ The rosary in sixteenth-century England, I ’, Mount Carmel 31 (), at p. 17 For MS versions of the Revelations see EETS os and ; extracts were printed with The Golden Epistle in STC ff and ff.

The expansion of Islam in the fifteenth century through the Ottoman Empire (which encompassed parts of southeastern Europe, North Africa, Western Asia, and the Middle East by the sixteenth century) further fueled religious conflicts before the trans-Atlantic trade. General Overviews.

Until the midth century, scholarship on the history of toleration was largely the purview of Whiggish historians. Generally, this literature emphasized a progressive shift from the intolerance of the Middle Ages, to the transitional periods of the Renaissance and Reformation, culminating with the emergence of toleration as a defining feature of modernity from the late.

A catalog record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging–in–Publication Data Courtright, Nicola The papacy and the art of reform in sixteenth-century Rome: Gregory XIII’s Tower of the Winds in the Vatican/Nicola Courtright p.

cm (Monuments of papal Rome) Includes bibliographical references and. CHAPTER 21 SIXTEENTH-CENTURY ART IN ITALY ART AND ITS CONTEXTS St. Peter’s Basilica The history of St. Peter’s in Rome is a case study of the effects of individual and institutional demands on the design, construction, and remodeling of a major religious building.

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a| Introdution: Art in context -- The late thirteenth and the fourteenth century -- The origins of the Renaissance -- Rome: artists, popes, and cardinals -- Assisi and Padua: narrative realism -- Florence: traditions and innovations -- Siena: city of the Virgin -- Naples: art for a royal kingdom -- Venice: the most serene republic -- Pisa and Florence: morality and judgment -- Visconti.

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