A significant other to Medieval Art brings jointly state-of-the-art scholarship dedicated to the Romanesque and Gothic traditions in Northern Europe.
• Brings jointly state of the art scholarship dedicated to the Romanesque and Gothic traditions in Northern Europe.
• comprises over 30 unique theoretical, old, and historiographic essays by way of popular and emergent scholars.
• Covers the vibrancy of medieval paintings from either thematic and sub-disciplinary perspectives.
• gains a world and impressive diversity - from reception, Gregory the good, gathering, and pilgrimage artwork, to gender, patronage, the marginal, spolia, and manuscript illumination.
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