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Towers 1500, Capital of Arts Tours 1500, Capital of Arts: catalogue of the exhibition of the Museum of Fine Arts in Tours, 17 March-17 June 2012
catalogue of the exhibition organised by the Museum of Fine Arts in Tours from 17 March to 17 June 2012.
The illustration of evangelar in the Upper Middle Ages
Among the history of medieval enluminure, the illustration of liturgical books has always attracted real interest. We owe German knowledge the best published studies in this field. In France, the old catalogues of V. Leroquais are a wealth of information for art historians, and their introductions r...
The Ordre du Saint-Esprit au Droit Désir. Enlightenment, ceremonial and ideology in the 14st century.
[24 January 2022] the imago/2
enluminure meetings, Paris, BnF, ms. gr. 510, F° 355. The second of the IMAGO meetings in 2021-2022 will take place on Monday 24 January at CESCM at 18: 30 (Crozet Room) Ivan FOLETTI, Professor of Medieval Art History at the University of Brno and Visiting Researcher at CESCM, will present his thoug...
Display of the cøeur in religious books at the end of the Middle Ages
Women in Franco-Flemish manuscript of the fifteenth century : iconographic study of female services for person in the domestic setting
Women play an essential role in the domestic setting. They are the wives, mothers and servants existing in every family and in every class. As the medieval proverb : « les mains des femmes, comme les dents des chevaux, ne peuvent être en repos » which means « Women’s hands, like horses’s teeth, can...
Alexander’s strange jumps on the Grand
Image of the opening enlightened from a manuscript from the Roman of Alexander in the worm. Alexander de Paris, Roman d’Alexandre, Oxford, Bodleain Library 264 (Flanders, 1338-1344), fol. 50 © Bodleian Länaries, University of Oxford Alexander the Grand, at the age of 32, had conquered almost all of...
The massacre of the Innocents in the lights: evolution and change from the 18th century to the 15th century
Praise to the woman? Women’s time books
Elaine Wright. The Look of the Book. Manuscript Production in Shiraz, 1303-1452
in this publication, Elaine Wright decrypts in various facets Chiraz’s handwritten production over a period of one and a half years, covering the kingdom of injuid, muzaffarid and timouride dynasties, using a corpus of 377 manuscripts and folios. The first chapter (pp. 3-124) consists of an extremel...
The good is not easy. From the tympan of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, apocalyptic adversity and analogue image
Threse led by Marie Anne Polo de Beaulieu before a jury composed of Jérôme Baschet (Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas), Jean-Claude Bonne (EHESS), Didier Méhu (University of Laval, Quebec), Maria Cristina Pereira (Universidade de São Paulo) and Cécile voyer (University of Poitiers). Summary: 1. Iconog...
The image of the enemy in the history of the Cent Ans war
D. Couty, J. Maurice and M. Gueret-Laferté
The folium of the enlighters, a colour that is now disappearing. This is reflected in the texts on the origin and manufacture of this colour, its process of storing on a piece of fabric and its use in the medieval enclosure. Identification of folium in paints of the IX s, the Xth s and the beginning of the nineteenth day.
The colour recipes provided to us by the technical treaties of the Middle Ages do not always have the practical application that we would like to find in them. Indeed, their authors are seldom themselves genuine paint practitioners. On the other hand, in the description of the colours and the means...
Workshop — Study of manufactured objects in medieval architecture and study of embedded manuscripts: comparative methodologies
The aim of this Workshop was to compare, by analysing a few specific cases, the scientific methods used for the study of embedded manuscripts (history of medieval art/codicology) and for the study of manufactured objects (medieval archaeology). In both disciplines, history of medieval enluminure and...
L'exécution des sénateurs capotants révoltés. Le prince, les assemblées, le peuple et la défense des institutions au miroir de l'histoire romaine
International audience Valerius Maximus' illuminated manuscripts in French, produced at the end of the Middle Ages for government clients, present in a didactic perspective the gradual transition of the Roman Republic to an imperial regime. The execution of the rebellious Capuan senators, by Procons...
The renaissance of the medieval enluminure
Meeting of Monday 12 March 2018 (17: 30) “The renaissance of medieval enluminure in France in the nineteenth century” Marie Jacob-Yapi, University Rennes 2 The renewed interest in medieval enluminure was one of the major manifestations of the vast “return to the Middle Ages” movement which won almos...
Summary articles and notices
Belongs to the Pailian celte ornamentation in an island evanglear of the 7th century (the Durrow Evangiles)
The enlightenment in France at the time of Jean Fouquet
[cat. exp., Chantilly, Musée Condé]
The poet in his work. Ovide in the images of Fasti and Tristia in the xve and centuries
Remove poetry is often a poetry for the first person; its elegiac effect is increased by the presence of the poet in the poem. This is reflected in particular in the dialogues that Ovide is setting up with his book and with his distant interlocutors in the fasts and in his exile works. The author’s...
The image of the city in the great chronology of France: mirror of Prince or Urban Power
L’emploi des plantes tinctoriales dans l’art de l’enluminure : l’exemple du bois de brésil
The book of King René tournaments. New readings
The \textquoteleftTrès Riches Heures' and two artists associated with the Bedford workshop