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010.212, Fall 2019

Merback, Mitchell, Fall 2019
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Henk van Os ; with Eugène Honée, Hans Nieuwdorp, Bernhard Ridderbos ; translated from… 1994 .

Os, H. W. van.

Treasury of Stories / Henk van Os -- New Gospel -- Golden Legend -- Sacred Portraits -- Culture of Prayer / Henk van Os -- Monastery as a Centre of Devotion -- City Kneels -- Supply and Demand -- van Lochorst Family -- Religious Tourism -- Devotional Themes / Henk van Os…
Samuel Y. Edgerton. 2009 .

Edgerton, Samuel Y.

Introduction: picturing the mind's eye -- Crisis in Christendom -- And God said, "Let there be light!" perspectiva naturalis -- Fra Antonino -- When did perspectiva naturalis become perspectiva artificialis? -- Brunelleschi's mirror -- Brunelleschi's method…
3. The road to Van Eyck Book , Print in English
Stephan Kemperdick, Friso Lammertse. 2012 .

"... catalogue presents more than 90 masterpieces of Netherlandish, French and German art from around 1400. The richly illustrated catalogue sheds light on what and who inspired the renowned painter Jan van Eyck ..."--Exhibition website.
Mitchell B. Merback. 1999 .

Merback, Mitchell B.

'A shameful place': the rise of Calvary -- The two thieves crucified: bodies, weapons and the technologies of pain -- The broken body as spectacle -- Pain and spectacle: rituals of punishment in late medieval Europe -- The wheel: symbol, image, screen -- The cross and the wheel…
David Summers. 2007 .

Summers, David, 1941-

"Spanning more than 2,500 years in the history of art, Vision, Reflection, and Desire in Western Painting demonstrates how the rise and diffusion of the science of optics in ancient Greece and the Mediterranean world correlated to pictorial illusion in the development of Western…