Étiqueté : iconographie religieuse

Exposition : “Le Saint Jérôme de Léonard de Vinci. Un chef-d’œuvre inachevé”, Château du Clos Lucé, Amboise, du 10 juin au 20 septembre 2022

Le Clos Lucé présente pour la première fois, en partenariat avec les musées du Vatican, un tableau de Léonard de Vinci. Entre dessin et peinture, le Saint Jérôme suscite de multiples interrogations quant aux raisons pour lesquelles il ne fut jamais terminé, à sa datation, à ses commanditaires, à sa provenance. Pour certains spécialistes, Léonard n’aurait jamais cessé d’y revenir et s’y serait attaché. L’œuvre l’aurait accompagné tout au long de son existence. L’exposition intervient...

Parution : Barbara A. Kaminska, “Images of Miraculous Healing in the Early Modern Netherlands”, Leyde, Brill, 2021

Series :  Brill’s Studies on Art, Art History, and Intellectual History, Volume: 58 Author : Barbara A. Kaminska Images of Miraculous Healing in the Early Modern Netherlands explores the ways in which paintings and prints of biblical miracles shaped viewers’ approaches to physical and sensory impairments and bolstered their belief in supernatural healing and charitable behavior. Drawing upon a vast range of sources, Barbara Kaminska demonstrates that visual imagery held a central place in premodern...

Parution : Michael Cusato, Michael J.P. Robson, “Testimony, Narrative and Image: Studies in Medieval and Franciscan History, Hagiography and Art”, Brill, Leyde, 2022

  Series : The Medieval Franciscans, Volume: 20 Volume Editors : Michael Cusato and Michael J.P. Robson This volume unites a team of distinguished scholars from France, Germany, Italy, the UK, and the USA to celebrate Rosalind B. Brooke’s immense contribution to Franciscan studies over the last 60 years. It is divided into four sections, beginning with an appraisal of Dr Brooke’s influence upon Franciscan studies. The second section contains a series of historical studies and...

Parution : Wietse de Boer, “Art in Dispute Catholic Debates at the Time of Trent”, Brill, Leyde, 2021

    Series :  Brill’s Studies on Art, Art History, and Intellectual History, Volume: 59 The Catholic Church answered Reformation-era contestations of the cult of images in a famous decree of the Council of Trent (1563). Art in Disputerevisits this response by focusing on its antecedents rather than its consequences. The mid-sixteenth century saw, besides new scholarship on Byzantine doctrines, heated debates about neo-scholastic interpretations. Disagreement, suppressed at Trent but re-emerging soon afterwards, centered on...

Appel à contribution : « The Itinerant Shrine: Art, History, and the Multiple Geographies of the Holy House of Loreto », Londres, The Courtauld Institute of Art, du 30 juin au 01 juillet 2022, date limite le 15 mars 2022

The Santa Casa, or Holy House of the Virgin Mary, is a relic in constant motion. Legend holds that at the end of the thirteenth century, a company of angels flew Mary’s small brick house—the site of the Annunciation and Jesus’s childhood home—out of Nazareth before eventually depositing it in Loreto, a remote hill town in the Marches region of Central Italy. Over the ensuing centuries, the House prompted the movement of people to the...

Colloque: “Entre anges et démons : les êtres surnaturels au Moyen Âge et aux premiers temps modernes”, Université de Fribourg et en ligne, 7-8 Mars 2022

Les traditionnelles journées d’étude organisées par les jeunes chercheurs médiévistes de l’Université de Genève, adopteront une formule bilingue et seront consacrées aux êtres spirituels (anges, démons et esprits) qui occupent une place prépondérante dans l’art et la culture de l’Europe médiévale. De jeunes chercheuses et jeunes chercheurs issus de disciplines médiévales aborderont ces figures sous différentes perspectives dans seize contributions. Programme :   Lundi 7 mars 9h00 Accueil des participant·e·s 9h15 Introduction par le comité...

Appel à contribution : « Printing and the Book During the Reformation. 1450-1650 », Colombus, Ohio State University, 4-30 juillet 2022, date limite le 1er mars 2022

Please consider applying to the forthcoming National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar for College and University Teachers on continuity and change in the production, dissemination, and reading of Western European books during the 200 years following the advent of printing with movable type. The seminar will pose the governing question of whether the advent of printing was a necessary precondition for the Protestant Reformation. Participants will consider ways in which elements such as book...

Parution : S. Ryan, S.L. Smith, L.K. Skinnebach, « Material Cultures of Devotion in the Age of Reformations », Leuven-Walpole, Peeters Publishers, 2021

The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in Northern Europe were characterized by enormous religious change. During this period new religious ideas and ideals gradually took shape and materialized in all aspect of religious life, both on a private level as well as in public and liturgical space. The fundamental question of how God could be experienced as present in the world, became – again – the center of lively debate. Lutheran, Calvinist, Roman Catholic and Anglican reformations – to mention...

Appel à contribution : « Imago, ius, religio. Religious Iconographies in Illustrated Legal Manuscripts & Printed Books (9th -20th Centuries) », Eikón Imago Journal 2023, date limite le 1 février 2022

It is not unusual to come across religious iconographies in miniatures as well as borders and based-page scenes in illustrated legal manuscripts and printed books (9th-20th centuries) containing canon, civil or local law texts, like the Livres juratoires or municipal and professional statutes. Some of these iconographies, for instance those in the Decretum Gratiani or the Liber Extra, Gregory IX’s decretals, have been accurately examined. However, a comprehensive survey providing a global and chronological investigation...

Journée d’étude : « Hommage à Cyril Gerbron : de Fra Angelico à Paolo Sorrentino », Académie de France à Rome – Villa Médicis, 10 décembre 2021

Présentation La journée d’étude, organisée par l’Académie de France à Rome – Villa Médicis, l’Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, le Musée National de la Renaissance – Château d’Écouen, sera l’occasion de rendre hommage à Cyril Gerbron, jeune chercheur disparu prématurément en 2019. Ses recherches éclectiques, marquées par des approches méthodologiques innovantes, l’avaient porté à s’intéresser à de très nombreux sujets : les liens profonds entre les arts de la mémoire et l’œuvre de Fra Angelico ;...

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