Gesta: International Center of Medieval Art, Volume XXIX/1 (1990)

Softcover, Fort Tryon Park, NY: International Center of Medieval Art, 1990. Very Good with no dust jacket.

Square, tight binding. Pages clean and bright. Wraps have light overall shelf wear. ; Contents: Wharton, Rereading Martyrium: the modernist and postmodernist texts. de Vegvar, The origin of the Genoels-Elderen ivories. Boyer, The humble profile of the regal chariot in medieval miniatures. Lewis, The enigma of Fr. 403 and the compilation of a thirteenth-C=century English illustrated apocalypse. Ousterhout, The temple, the sepulchre, and the Martyrion of the Savior. Mackie, New light on the so-called Saint Lawrence panel at the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, Ravenna. Corrie, The political meaning of Cappo di Marcovaldo's Madonna and Child in Siena. Osborne, "The use of painted initials by Greek and Latin scriptoria in Carolingian Rome. Smith, The side chambers of San Giovanni Evangelista in Ravenna: church libraries of the fifth century. Werner, On the origin of the form of the Irish high cross. Murray, Looking for Robert de Luzarches: the early work at Amiens Cathedral. Blanc and Lorenz, Observations sur la nature des matérioux de la cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris. Stubblebine, French gothic elements in Simone Martini's Maestà. 11.0" tall.. 152 pages.

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