Morrison Imagining the Past in France

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Imagining the Past in France

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From around the mid 13th to the end of the 16th century, the most important and original work being done in secular illumination was unquestionably in French vernacular history manuscripts. This beautiful volume celebrates the vivid historical imagery produced during these years by bringing together around 55 manuscripts representing some of the finest masterpieces of illumination created in the Middle Ages. As such, it is the first major publication to focus on exploring the ways in which text and illumination worked together to help show medieval readers the role and purpose of history. The images enabled the past to come alive before the eyes of medieval readers by relating the adventures of epic figures such as Hector, Alexander, Charlemagne, and the Virgin Mary.

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"The catalogue's stimulating essays and entries are complemented by excellent reproductions and a generous bibliography that make it both a summary of the field and the foundation for the next generation of studies."--"The Burlington Magazine"

"This Getty Museum exhibition catalogue, lavishly illustrated in color, goes a long way toward rectifying the neglect of secular manuscripts in the study of medieval art history."--"Choice "

"The works discussed in this catalogue are among the greatest treasures of Western, if not global, book history."--"H-France Reviews"

The catalogue s stimulating essays and entries are complemented by excellent reproductions and a generous bibliography that make it both a summary of the field and the foundation for the next generation of studies. "The Burlington Magazine""

This Getty Museum exhibition catalogue, lavishly illustrated in color, goes a long way toward rectifying the neglect of secular manuscripts in the study of medieval art history. "Choice""

The works discussed in this catalogue are among the greatest treasures of Western, if not global, book history. "H-France Reviews""

The catalogue s stimulating essays and entries are complemented by excellent reproductions and a generous bibliography that make it both a summary of the field and the foundation for the next generation of studies. The Burlington Magazine

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This Getty Museum exhibition catalogue, lavishly illustrated in color, goes a long way toward rectifying the neglect of secular manuscripts in the study of medieval art history. Choice

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The works discussed in this catalogue are among the greatest treasures of Western, if not global, book history. H-France Reviews

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[This book] celebrates one of the greatest chapters in the history of French art, when lavish illuminated manuscripts helped an entire nation to understand the present and plan for the future by revisualising the past. . . . This beautiful catalogue book convinces modern readers and viewers equally. European Review of History"

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Elizabeth Morrison is curator in the Dept of Manuscripts at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Anne D. Hedeman is Professor of Art History at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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