Tributes to Jonathan J.G. Alexander. The Making and Meaning of Illuminated Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts, Art & Architecture.

GUEST, Gerald B. and Susan L'Engle, editors.

Published by Harvey Miller,, 2006
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Title: Tributes to Jonathan J.G. Alexander. The ...

Publisher: Harvey Miller,

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: cloth in dust jacket.

Edition: First Edition..


quarto, 532 pp. Part One: Artists and Scribes: Lilian Armstrong, A North Italian Drawing of Hercules and Antaeus in a German Incunable: Marco Zoppo(?) and Drawings in Renaissance Books ; Benjamin David, Sites of Confluence: The Master of the Yates Thompson Divine Comedy; Albinia C. de la Mare with Xavier van Binnebeke, A List of Books from the Florentine Braccio Martelli; Susan L'Engle, Outside the Canon: Graphic and Pictorial Digressions by Artists and Scribes; Lawrence Nees, The Jonathan Gospels (Bibliotheca Apostolica Vaticana, Cod. Pal. lat. 46); Kathleen L. Scott, The Decorated Letters of Two Cotton Manuscripts; Federica Toniolo and Gennaro Toscano, Per l'attività giovanile di Girolamo da Cremona. Part Two: Methods of Work and Production. François Avril, Les copies à répétition. A propos de la circulation et de la dissiménation des modèles; Bezalel Narkiss, Scribes and Artists of the Ashburnham Pentateuch; Margot McIlwain Nishimura, The Grey Gospels: A Frankish Curiosity in Cape Town; Myra Dickman Orth, The English Great Bible of 1539 and the French Connection; Jane Rosenthal and Patrick McGurk, Author, Symbol and Word: The Inspired Evangelists in Judith of Flanders's Anglo-Saxon Gospelbooks; Marina Vidas, Norway's French Connection: The Intended Reader and Subsequent Owners of the Christina Psalter. Part Three: Marginalia: Madeline H. Caviness, Unnatural Spectacles, Aristotelian Precepts and the Construction of Gender around 1300; Ruth Mellinkoff, Break a Leg! Lilian M.C. Randall, Frontal Heads in the Borders of Parisian and South Netherlandish Books of Hours, ca. 1415-60; Lucy Freeman Sandler, Bared: The Writing Bear in the British Library Bohun Psalter. Part Four: Text and Image: Walter Cahn, An Illuminated Manuscript of Caesarius of Heisterbach's Dialogus miraculorum; C. M. Kauffmann, The Iconography of the Judgement of Solomon in the Middle Ages; Giordana Mariana Canova, L'antico nella miniatura padovana del Rinascimento: Un Plutarco alla Stiftsbibliothek di Linköping; Nigel Morgan, Pictured Sermons in Thirteenth-Century England; Nancy Freeman Regalado, Picturing the Story of Chivalry in Jacques Bretel's Tournoi de Chauvency (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Douce 308); Kathryn A. Smith, Accident, Play and Invention: Three Infancy Miracles in the Holkham Bible Picture Book; Alison Stones, The 'Terrier de l'Évêque' and Some Reflections of Daily Life in the Second Half of the Thirteenth Century. Part Five: Cultural Context: Paul Binski, John the Smith's Grave; Martha Easton, The Wound of Christ, the Mouth of Hell: Appropriations and Inversions of Female Anatomy in the Later Middle Ages; Désirée Koslin, Under the Influence: Copying the Revelationes of St. Birgitta of Sweden; Mary and Richard Rouse, A Cat Can Look at a King: an Illustrated Episode in the Grandes Chroniques; Evelyn Birge Vitz, Liturgical versus Biblical Citation in Medieval Vernacular Literature; William M. Voelkle, Liberale da Verona's North Wind Unraveled. Part Six: Afterlives - Receptions:Janet Backhouse, The Case of Queen Melisende's Psalter: An Historical Investigation; Paul Crossley, Anglia Perdita. English Medieval Architecture and Neo-Romanticism; Karen Eileen Overbey, Locating the Book: The Domnach Airgid Shrine in Medieval Ireland; Roger S. Wieck, Papal Fragments at Rosenbach. Bibliography of J.J.G. Alexander. Indexes. With 244 black and white illustrations. Bookseller Inventory # 22875

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