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Title Romanesque patrons and processes : design and instrumentality in the art and architecture of Romanesque Europe / edited by Jordi Camps, Manuel Antonio Castiñeiras, John McNeill and Richard Plant
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
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Series [The British Archaeological Association conference transactions]
Contents Advisory Panel -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Colour Plates -- Function, Conditionality and Process in Anglo-Norman Architecture -- Richard Gem -- Before the Communal Age: Patronage and Reform in the Attonidi Domains -- Arturo Carlo Quintavalle -- Romanesque Cathedrals in Northern Italy Building Processes between Bishop and Commune -- Bruno Klein -- Episcopal Patronage in the Reform of the Catalan Cathedral Canonries during the first Romanesque Period: A New Approach -- Eduardo Carrero Santamaria -- The Role of Bishops and Kings in the Introduction of Romanesque Art in Navarre and Aragon -- Javier Martnez de Aguirre -- From Pelez to Gelmrez. The Problem of Art Patronage at the Romanesque Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela -- Jens Rueffer -- Patronage, Romanesque architecture and the Languedoc -- Eric Fernie -- The Armenian Cathedral of Saints James in Jerusalem: Melisende and the Question of Exchange between East and West -- Armen Kazaryan -- Grandmont and the English Kings -- Claade Andrault-Schmitt -- The Hospital, England and Sigena. A Footnote -- Neil Stratford -- King Henry II, St Hugh, and the Winchester Bible -- Christopher Norton -- Patrons, Institutions and Public in the Making of Catalan Romanesque Art -- Manuel Castieiras -- The Artistic Patronage of Abbot Gregorius at Cuix: Models and Tributes -- Anna Orriols -- A Limousin Ciborium in Medieval Catalonia -- Joan Duran-Porta -- The Jaca Ivories: Towards a Re-evaluation of 11th-century Female Patronage in the Kingdom of Aragon -- Vernica Abenza -- The Aemilian Casket Reliquary: A Product of Institutional Patronage -- Melanie Hanan -- Patronage at the cathedral of Tarragona: Cultic and Residential Space -- Esther Lozano-Lpez & Marta Serrano-Coll -- An Anglo-Norman at Terrassa? Augustinian Canons and Thomas Becket at the end of the 12th Century -- Carles Snchez -- Agency and the re-invention of slab relief sculpture at San Isidoro de Len c. 1100 -- Rose Walker -- Patron and Liturgy: The Liturgical Setting of San Martino in Lucca after 1070 -- Carlotta TaddeiThe Literate Lay Donor: Textuality and the Romanesque PatronRobert Maxwell -- Remarks on Patron Inscriptions with Restricted Presence -- Wilfried E. Keil -- The Bridekirk Font: A Twelfth-Century Mason and his Patrons -- Hugh Doherty -- The Role of Painter and Patron in the Work of a Wall or Panel Painting in the Romanesque Age -- Anne Leturque -- The Death of the Patron: The History and Mystery of the Liber Feudorum Maior -- Shannon L. Wearing -- Index
Summary The twenty-five papers in this volume arise from a conference jointly organised by the British Archaeological Association and the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya in Barcelona. They explore the making of art and architecture in Latin Europe and the Mediterranean between c. 1000 and c. 1250, with a particular focus on questions of patronage, design and instrumentality. No previous studies of patterns of artistic production during the Romanesque period rival the breadth of coverage encompassed by this volume - both in terms of geographical origin and media, and in terms of historical approach. Topics range from case studies on Santiago de Compostela, the Armenian Cathedral in Jerusalem and the Winchester Bible to reflections on textuality and donor literacy, the culture of abbatial patronage at Saint-Michel de Cuxa and the re-invention of slab relief sculpture around 1100. The volume also includes papers that attempt to recover the procedures that coloured interaction between artists and patrons - a serious theme in a collection that opens with 'Function, condition and process in eleventh-century Anglo-Norman church architecture' and ends with a consideration of 'The death of the patron'
Notes The twenty-five papers in this volume arise from a conference jointly organised by the British Archaeological Association and the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya in Barcelona
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 09, 2018)
Subject Architecture, Romanesque -- Congresses
Art patronage -- Europe -- History -- To 1500 -- Congresses
Art patronage -- Mediterranean Region -- History -- To 1500 -- Congresses
Art, Romanesque -- Congresses
ART -- Study & Teaching.
Architecture, Romanesque.
Art patronage.
Art, Romanesque.
Europe.
Mediterranean Region.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
History.
Form Electronic book
Author Camps i Sòria, Jordi, editor.
Castiñeiras, Manuel A., editor.
McNeill, John, 1957- editor.
Plant, Richard (Archaeologist), editor.
British Archaeological Association.
Romanesque Art--Patrons and Processes (Conference) (2014 : Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya)
LC no. 2017056640
ISBN 1351105582
1351105590
9781351105583
9781351105590