Softcover, Fort Tryon Park, NY: International Center of Medieval Art, 1988. Very Good with no dust jacket.
Sound binding. Pages clean and bright. Wrappers have light overall shelf wear. ; Contents: Forsyth, Introduction. Stratford, A Cluny capital in Hartford (Connecticut). Little, From Cluny to Moutiers-Saint-Jean: the origin of a limestone fragment of an angel at the Cloisters. Pendergast, The Cluny capital of the three-headed bird. Armi, The contest of Cluny IIII sculpture. Cahn, Souvigny: some problems of its architecture and sculpture. Cameron, Cluny III, Notre-Dame at Beaujeu and the chronology of Burgundian Romanesque sculpture. Darling, The foliate capitals of Perrecy-les-Forges: implications for Cluny. Lyman, The politics of selective eclecticism: monastic architecture, pilgrimage churches, and 'eesistance to Cluny.' Williams, Cluny and Spain. Werckmeister, Cluny III and the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. Carty, "The role of Gunzo's dream in the building of Cluny III. Rudolph, Bernard of Clairvaux's Apologia as a description of Cluny, and the controversy over monastic art. Scillia, Meaning and the Cluny capitals: music as metaphor. Diemer, What does Prudentia advise? On the subject of the Cluny choir capitals. 11.0" tall.. 173 pages.