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Romanesque & Gothic decorative metalwork and ivory carvings in the Museum of Scotland

by National Museums of Scotland.

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Published by National Museums of Scotland in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Scotland,
  • Europe,
  • Scandinavia,
  • Edinburgh
    • Subjects:
    • Museum of Scotland -- Catalogs,
    • Art metal-work -- Scotland -- History -- Catalogs,
    • Art metal-work -- Europe -- History -- Catalogs,
    • Ivory carving -- Scotland -- History -- Catalogs,
    • Ivory carving -- Scandinavia -- History -- Catalogs,
    • Decorative arts, Medieval -- Europe -- Catalogs,
    • Decorative arts -- Scotland -- Edinburgh -- Catalogs

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-200) and index.

      Other titlesRomanesque and Gothic decorative metalwork and ivory carvings in the Museum of Scotland
      StatementVirginia Glenn.
      GenreCatalogs.
      ContributionsGlenn, Virginia.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK6445.A1 N38 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 207 p. :
      Number of Pages207
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3356555M
      ISBN 101901663558
      LC Control Number2004396854
      OCLC/WorldCa50215325

      Ian Armit Queenâ s University, Belfast Romanesque & Gothic, Decorative Metalwork and Ivory Carvings in the Museum of Scotland By Virginia Glenn. Pp. viii + , 11 maps, 39 ï¬ gs, black and white pls, 22 colour pls. ISBN 1 55 8 National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh, Price £35 (pb).   Romanesque & Gothic, Decorative Metalwork and Ivory Carvings in the Museum of Scotland By Virginia Glenn. Pp. viii + , 11 maps, 39 figs, black and white pls, 22 colour pls. ISBN 1 55 8 National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh, Price £35 (pb). Late medieval ‘decorative metalwork and ivory carvings’ in the Museum of

        IVORIES OF THE CHRISTIAN ERA The ivory carvings of the earlier centuries of the Christian era show a close continuity in style with those of the preceding period, and much of the finest work, such as the well-known Symma chorum-Nicomachorum diptych in the Victoria and Albert and Cluny museums, may be called either late pagan or early Chris Thanks to the perseverance and unparalleled expertise of Dr. Florens Deuchler, Dr. Konrad Hoffmann, and their staff, The Year is one of the most important exhibitions ever to be assembled in the Western Hemisphere. Each of its more than three hundred objects has been chosen from hundreds to explain in the most lucid manner possible not only the period overall but, where applicable, the

      The Cloisters is a museum in Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights, Upper Manhattan, New York City, specializing in European medieval architecture, sculpture and decorative arts, with a focus on the Romanesque and Gothic :// About the author. Paul Williamson is keeper of sculpture, metalwork, ceramics, and glass at the V&A. He has written and lectured extensively on medieval ivory carvings. His many books include Gothic Sculpture – and Netherlandish ://


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[Virginia Glenn; National Museums of Scotland,] -- "These examples of 12th- to 16th-century metalwork and ivory carving illustrate Scotland's history at a key period, when the nation was emerging as an independent entity with links across Europe.

Romanesque & Gothic decorative metalwork and ivory carvings in the Museum of Scotland Virginia Glenn National Museums of Scotland,   Virginia Glenn Romanesque & Gothic, Decorative Metalwork and Ivory Carvings in the Museum of Scotland Book reviews, a distinctive feature of the journal since its establishment (as the Glasgow Archaeological Journal) inprovide a critical perspective on Scottish archaeology and a well-established forum for scholarly debate.

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ISBN Eremin, Katherine and Tate, Jim () Compositional analysis of the St Fillan’s Crozier and the The golden age of Gothic ivory carving spanned a century and a half, from about toat which point the supply of ivory to northern Europe again dwindled.

Material, Technique, and Trade Ivory tusks are the elongated upper incisors of elephants and are composed of a Romanesque art is the art of Europe from approximately CE to the rise of the Gothic style in the 13th century or later, depending on region.

Sophisticated precious objects in metalwork, ivories, and enamels held high status in the Romanesque :// Romanesque & Gothic: Decorative Metalwork and Ivory Carvings in the Museum of Scotland Dezember von Virginia Glenn. Canterbury Cathedral and Its Romanesque Sculpture (Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance Art History, 7) 1.

Dezember Kindle Direct Publishing Ihr E-Book veröffentlichen: Prime Now 1-Stunden-Lieferung ?node= Romanesque and Gothic Decorative Metalwork and Ivory Carvings: In the Museum of Scotland by Virginia Glenn () Warther carvings museum – we are preserving, promoting and exhibiting the artwork of nationally known maritime artist david warther.

12th century chessmen from uig, lewis, western isles of scotland architecture, and  › Home. History/Traditions of Ivory Carving. Stone Age Ivories Although wood carving was the main type of prehistoric sculpture, little evidence of it survives, due to its perishable Stone Age art does feature a wide range of works carved from tusks and bone, as exemplified by the Ivory Carvings of the Swabian Jura (c, BCE) - a variety of human and animal figures found in a   Biblical Ivory Carving ().

Late Carolingian/Early Ottonian Medieval Picardie Museum. Art Education Art Evaluation How to Appreciate Sculpture. Medieval Sculpture (c) From Late Antiquity to Romanesque. Contents • Roman Sculpture • Early Christian Sculpture • Barbarian Sculpture and Metalwork • Carolingian Sculpture: Ivory and The collection of early medieval stones is one of the largest in Scotland, and includes the country's earliest surviving Christian memorial, the 5th century inscribed 'Latinus Stone'.

The museum layout and display was revised and greatly improved in The crozier. One of the finest artefacts found at the site is the Whithorn   Paul Williamson is keeper of sculpture, metalwork, ceramics, and glass at the V&A.

He has written and lectured extensively on medieval ivory carvings. His many books include Gothic Sculpture – and Netherlandish  › Books › Arts & Photography › History & Criticism.

The composition of the scenes copies ivory carvings of Late Antiquity, like the sixth-century ivory panel depicting the Adoration of the Magi, also in the British Museum.

In spirit and treatment, however, the scenes are quite different from Early Christian and Byzantine art. The carving   Romanesque art is the art of Europe from approximately AD to the rise of the Gothic style in the 12th century, or later, depending on region.

The preceding period is known as the Pre-Romanesque period. The term was invented by 19th-century art historians, especially for Romanesque architecture, which retained many basic features of Roman architectural style – most notably round In book: Essays and Studies: The Gothic, Chapter: Nationalism, Abjection and the Gothic, Publisher: D.S.

Brewer, Editors: Fred Botting, pp Romanesque and Gothic Decorative Metalwork and Museum nan Eilean. Angels, Nobles and Unicorns: Art and Patronage in Medieval Scotland (12 Aug - 26 Sep ) Royal Museum of Scotland.

26 Treasures in the National Museum of Scotland (01 Dec - 29 Jan ) World Wide Web. References. Glenn, Virginia, Romanesque & Gothic: Decorative Metalwork and Ivory Carvings in the Museum of ?item_id=. Royal Museum of Scotland. 26 Treasures in the National Museum of Scotland (01 Dec - 29 Jan ) World Wide Web.

References. Glenn, Virginia, Romanesque & Gothic: Decorative Metalwork and Ivory Carvings in the Museum of Scotland, NMSE Publishing, Edinburgh, Caldwell, D.H.

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