• Titel: The quest for an appropriate past in literature, art and architecture
  • Beteiligt: Enenkel, Karl A. E. [ Herausgeber/In ] ; Ottenheym, Koen A. [ Herausgeber/In ]
  • Erschienen: Leiden; Boston, Brill, [2019]
  • Enthalten in:  Intersections
  • Umfang: XXXIII, 784 Seiten, Illustrationen, Pläne
  • ISBN: 9789004377684; 9789004378216
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Schlagwörter: Literatur ; Kunst ; Architektur ; Vergangenheit Motiv ; Geschichtsbild ; Autorität ; Legitimation ; Regionale Identität ; Politische Identität ; History ; Arts and history ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Geschichte 1400-1700 ; Kunst und Gesellschaft ; Historiographie
  • Inhalt: Claiming and contesting Trojan ancestry on both sides of the Bosporus - epic answers to an ethnographic dispute in Quattrocento humanist poetry / Christian Peters -- Architecture, poetry and law: the amphitheatre of capua and the new works sponsored by the local elite / Bianca De Divitiis -- A city in quest of an appropriate antiquity: the arena of verona and its influence on architectural theory in the early modern era / Hubertus Gunther -- Tradition and originality in Raphael: the stanza della segnatura, the middle ages and local traditions / David Rijser -- An appropriate past for renaissance Portugal: Andre De Resende and the city of Evora / Nuno Senos -- The construction of a national past in the Bella Britannica by Humbert of Montmoret (d. ca. 1525) / Thomas Haye -- Parody and appropriation of the past in the Grandes Chroniques Gargantuines and in Rabelais's Pantagruel (1532) / Paul J. Smith -- Antiquity and modernity: Sixteenth- to Eighteenth-Century French architecture / Frederique Lemerle -- The roots of Philibert de L'orme: antiquity, medieval art, and early christian architecture / Yves Pauwels -- From Chivalric family tree to "national" gallery: the portrait series of the Counts of Holland, ca. 1490-1650 / Karl Enenkel -- Dousa's medieval tournaments: chivalry enters the age of humanism? / Coen Maas -- Living as befits a knight: new castles in Seventeenth-Century Holland / Konrad Ottenheym -- "Non Erubescat Hollandia": classical embarrassment of riches and the construction of local history in Hadrianus Junius' Batavia / Coen Maas -- Epigraphy and blurring senses of the past in early modern travelling men of letters: the case of Arnoldus Buchelius / Harald Hendrix VII -- "Sine amore, sine odio partium": Nicolaus Burgundius' Historia Belgica (1629) and his tacitean quest for an appropriate past / Marc Laureys -- The mediaeval prestige of Dutch cities / Konrad Ottenheym -- An appropriated history: the case of the Amsterdam town hall (1648-1667) / Pieter Vlaardingerbroek -- Germany's glory, past and present: Konrad Peutinger's sermones convivales de mirandis germanie antiquitatibus and antiquarian philology / Christoph Pieper -- Translating the past: local romanesque architecture in Germany and its Fifteenth-Century reinterpretation / Stephan Hoppe -- The Babylonian origins of trier / Hubertus Günther -- History and architecture in pursuit of a Gothic heritage / Kristoffer Neville Early modern conceptualizations of Medieval history and their impact on residential architecture in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth / Barbara Arciszewska -- Writing about Romano-British architecture in the late Seventeenth Century / Matthew Walker -- Preserving the nation's zeal: church buildings and English Christian history in Stuart England / Anne-Francoise Morel -- "A great insight into antiquity": Jacob Bryant and Jeremiah Milles and the authenticity of the poems of Thomas Rowley / Bernd Roling -- Phoenician Ireland: Charles Vallancey (1725-1812) and the oriental roots of Celtic culture / Bernd Roling
  • Kommentar: Includes bibliographical references and index
  • Medientyp: Buch
  • Datenquelle: Kunstbibliothek - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin