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Neil Stratford
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978-1899828258
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Pindar Press (December 31, 1998)
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Studies in Burgundian Romanesque Sculpture, Volume II: Plates. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781899828258 (978-1-899828-25-8) Hardcover, Pindar Press, 1998.

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Romanesque sculpture in Burgundy has always been seen as central to our understanding of the history and culture of 11th and 12th century Europe, standing as it does at a cross-roads between north and south, with its rich agricultural and urban economies out of which grew some of the great monastic settlements of feudal Europe, including of course Cluny and. the Cistercians.

This item:Romanesque: Architecture. Painting The photos are exceptional. I have the Gothic and the Baroque volumes and consult them regularly. I highly recommend this series. This is a truly delightful book to own for lovers of architecture as much as lovers of European history. It is a beautifully stitched book in hardcover form with an attractive dustcover. The photos are exceptional.

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It documents his artistic preferences at previous Burgundian projects, gathering a variety of evidence intended to be on the one hand precise, complex and subtle, and on the other convincingly repetitious. He treated gesture, pose, anatomy, drapery, foliage, architecture, background and space not only consistently but also in a complementary fashion.

Sculpture, Romanesque, Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages, Christian art and symbolism - Medieval, 500-1500. 2-10, plates: v. 2. Burgundy. 3. Tuscany and Apulia. 5. Catalonia and Aragon. 6. Castile, Asturias, Galicia. 8. Auvergne and Dauphine.

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Items related to Masons and Sculptors in Romanesque Burgundy: The Ne.For nearly a century, archaeologists and art historians studying the great third abbey at Cluny (Cluny III) have "agreed on a set of abstract principles, including its spontaneous generation or revolutionary character, and posited an overseeing genius who selected from non-local sources. As a result of his investigation of the major Burgundian structures of the period Cluny, Vézelay, Paray-le-Monial, Anzy-le-Duc, Perrecy-les-Forges, et. the author has established a new chronology for the architecture of the region.

Romanesque sculpture in Burgundy has always been seen as central to our understanding of the history and culture of 11th and 12th century Europe, standing as it does at a cross-roads between north and south, with its rich agricultural and urban economies out of which grew some of the great monastic settlements of feudal Europe, including of course Cluny and the Cistercians. Neil Stratford has been Keeper of Medieval and Later Antiquities at the British Museum since 1975 and is recognised as a leading authority on Romanesque and Gothic art. Over the last twenty years he has published many articles on Romanesque Burgundy in a number of English and French journals. The most famous sculptures (above all the Cluny apse capitals and the Vezelay tympanum) have been studied, alongside unpublished and little known monuments. Volumes I and II bring together a selection of these studies, some published in English for the first time and with new photographs. All are updated with brief corrections and new comments from the author.