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Эта книга представляет собой сборник из 30-ти очерков, в которых авторы дают аналитический обзор художественного творчества, наверное, в важнейшей области распространения Западного искусства. Внимание уделено историографии периода; теории образа и видения; художественным приемам и архитектурному дизайну со ссылками на широкий ряд примеров специфических образцов Северной Европы.
Вместе с тем, не забыто романское и готическое искусство на Востоке: в Византии и в государствах крестоносцев.Образцы сканов:

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In this study, Mâle expressed an attitude that was common for most of the nineteenth century: that it was only with thirteenth-century Gothic that medieval art attained its highpoint, or, as an earlier generation might have said, even respectability. 25 This effort was continued enthusiastically in the research of many scholars, of whom only a few can be mentioned here. 26 Eugène Lefèvre-Pontalis helped establish a chronology of ACTC01 26 26/01/2006, 03:47PM INTRODUCTION: HISTORIOGRAPHY ᭿᭿᭿ 27 Romanesque architecture (esp.

19 Karl Friedrich von Rumohr, considered to be the founder of art historical archival research, wrote on Italian medieval art in a more general study of Italian art (1827–31) that set new standards for objectivity through a critical connoisseurship. In this work, he ACTC01 23 26/01/2006, 03:47PM 24 ᭿᭿᭿ CONRAD RUDOLPH expressed his strong opposition to both the Hegelian view and the more tendentious approaches of the Romanticists, who, by mid-century, were widely beginning to be seen as too subjective.

The continuation of the construction of the cathedral in 1842 was one of the most dramatic uses of art in the formation of national identity in the nineteenth century. This engraving depicts a ceremony of 1824 in a way that dramatically captures both the excitement of the event and the Romantic conception of the Gothic cathedral as one of the great unifying expressions of the human spirit. Reproduced courtesy of Rheinisches Bildarchiv, Köln. ACTC01 18 26/01/2006, 03:47PM INTRODUCTION: HISTORIOGRAPHY ᭿᭿᭿ 19 a sympathetic view of medieval art among the general public in the process.

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