AU - Heal, Bridget
AU - Koerner, Joseph Leo
TI - Art and religious reform in early modern Europe
SN - 9781119422471
KW - Reformation and art
KW - Counter-Reformation and art
KW - Christian art and symbolism
KW - Aufsatzsammlung
KW - Reformation
KW - Gegenreformation
KW - Christliche Kunst
KW - Geschichte 1500-1800
KW - Modern period, 1500-
KW - Europe
PY - 2018
N2 - Originally published as volume 40, issue 2 of "Art History"
N2 - "The religious turmoil of the sixteenth century constituted a turning point in the history of Western Christian art. The essays presented in this volume investigate the ways in which both Protestant and Catholic reform stimulated the production of religious images, drawing on examples from across Europe and beyond"--
N2 - Machine generated contents: Notes on Contributors Introduction: Art and Religious Reform in Early Modern Europe (Bridget Heal) 1. Karlstadt's Wagen: The First Visual Propaganda for the Reformation (Lyndal Roper and Jennifer Spinks) 2. 'Between these Two Kingdoms': Exile, Election, and Godly Law in Sebald Beham's Moses and Aaron (Mitchell B. Merback) 3. The Unassembled Grammar of the Drawing in the Era of Reform (Shira Brisman) 4. The Family at Table: Protestant Identity, Self-Representation and the Limits of the Visual in Seventeenth-Century Zurich (Andrew Morrall) 5. Lutheran Baroque: The Afterlife of a Reformation Altarpiece (Bridget Heal) 6. Images (Not) Made By Chance (Amy Knight Powell) 7. The Art of Solitude: Environments of Prayer at the Bavarian Court of Wilhelm V (Christine Gottler) 8. The Reliquary Reformed (Mia M. Mochizuki) Afterword (Joseph Leo Koerner) Index
BT - Art history book series
UR - https://katalog.arthistoricum.net/id/dswarm-115-MTYzMTg5MjMxMg/
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