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Andreas Petzold examines medieval European art in the broader context of its relationship to the art of Byzantium and Islam, tracing the influences among these cultures through trade and the Crusades.
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Romanesque Art by Andreas Petzold. Call Number: N6280 .P48 1995. ISBN: 0134335171. Publication Date: 1995-09-22. Presents the Romanesque period, from 1050 to 1200 A.D., through an entirely new approach; including discussions of issues important to the period. The book emphasizes society, the role of women, patronage, and the development of institutions such as the monastery and the university.
The two-volume Companion to Islamic Art and Architecture bridges the gap between monograph and survey text by providing a new level of access and interpretation to Islamic art. The more than 50 newly commissioned essays revisit canonical topics, and include original approaches and scholarship on neglected aspects of the field.
Romanesque art resulted from the great expansion of monasticism in the 10th and 11th centuries, when Europe first regained a measure of political stability after the fall of the Roman Empire. Several large monastic orders, notably the Cistercian, Cluniac, and Carthusian, sprang up at this time and quickly expanded, establishing churches all over western Europe. Their churches had to be larger.
Romanesque Art: An International PhenomenonAn Age of Surplus.Until the eleventh century (and so, throughout the early medieval period), the visual arts in western Europe were an index of a young civilization's efforts to recapture a former grandeur and to express the ideals of the developing culture of Latin Christendom. Source for information on Romanesque Art: An International Phenomenon.
Gothic revival (Art) Art, Gothic Part of Prentice Hall's Perspectives series of moderately priced, heavily illustrated, high-quality paperback books on specific subjects in art history, this survey of Gothic art in Europe takes a fresh look at the meaning of the term Gothic and examines the art of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries in terms of the way it is seen.