Early Modern Visual Allegory: Embodying Meaning por Cristelle Baskins; Lisa Rosenthal

Early Modern Visual Allegory: Embodying Meaning por Cristelle Baskins;
                    
                
                    
                        Lisa Rosenthal

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The first book in over twenty-five years devoted solely to allegory and personification in art history, this anthology complements current literary and cultural studies of allegory. The volume re-examines early modern allegorical imagery in light of crucial material, contextual and methodological questions: how are allegories conceived; for whom; and for what purposes? Contributors consider a wide range of allegorical representations in the visual arts and material culture, of both early modern Europe and the colonial "New World" 1400-1800. Essays included here examine paintings, sculpture, prints, architecture and the spaces of public ritual while discussing the process and theory of interpretation, formation of audiences, reception history, appropriation and censorship. A special focus on the medium of the body in visual allegory unites the volume's diverse materials and methods.
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Autor (s): Cristelle Baskins; Lisa Rosenthal
Título: Early Modern Visual Allegory: Embodying Meaning
Langue: Español
Formato: Epub

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