Romanesque Art Problems and Monuments, Hardback Book

Romanesque Art Problems and Monuments Hardback


Volumes I and II bring together Professor Sauerlander's papers on Romanesque art, and complement his two previously published volumes in this series on Gothic art.

The studies are again grouped around a number of common themes: structures, problems of classification, the geography of Romanesque art, and its development in Italy and the Empire.

Early studies have been updated with references to the more recent literature, and there is a comprehensive index.

Volume I Contents: Introduction; Forms and Structures.

Romanesque Sculpture in its Architectural Context; Facade ou facades romanes; Reliquien, Altare und Portale; Die gestorte Ordnung oder "le chapiteau historie"; Initialen.

Ein Versuch ueber das verworrene Verhaltnis von Bild und Schrift im Mittelalter; The Limits of Classification.

Die Geographie der Stile; Style or Transition? The Fallacies of Classification discussed in the Light of German Architecture 1190-1260; Sermonizing in Stone.

Uber die Komposition des Weltgerichts-Tympanons in Autun; Omnes perversi sic sunt in Tartara Mersi.

Skulptur als Bildpredikt. Das Weltgerichtstympanon von Sainte-Foy in Conques; Nisi transmutetis mores.

Riflessioni sull'ambiguita dell'iconografia romanica; The Diversity of French Examples.

Chefs-d'Oeuvre romans des musees de province; Gislebertus von Autun.

Ein Beitrag zur Entstehung seines kuenstlerischen Stils; Lowen in Lyon; Eine trauernde Maria des 12.

Jahrhunderts aus dem mittleren Rhonetal; Die Fassade der Abteikirche Saint-Gilles du Gard; Sainte-Foy de Conques; Die Skulptur von Saint-Sernin in Toulouse; Zu dem romanischen Krucifix in Moissac.


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