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Painting and Devotion in Golden Age Iberia

Luis de Morales

Awdur(on): Jean Andrews

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): Celf a Cherddoriaeth

Cyfres: Studies in Visual Culture

  • Mehefin 2020 · 272tudalen · 216x138mm

  • ·Clawr Caled - 9781786836021
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Dyfyniadau

‘Luis de Morales was long considered a shadowy figure, but that perception has changed – and Jean Andrews explains why, exploring the context in which Morales’s work was produced (the popular culture and religious life of Badajoz and Portugal), and examining the art in light of this. The result is a study of paintings that reveals their beauty, subtlety and depth.’
-Emeritus Professor Terence O’Reilly, University College Cork

‘This is the first major monograph in English on one of the greatest religious painters of Renaissance Spain. Andrews richly illuminates key paintings spanning Luis de Morales’s decades-long career in relation to Spanish devotional culture before and after Trent. Traversing disciplinary boundaries, she brings together exquisitely close analysis of the works themselves with considerations of liturgical theatre, sermons, and spiritual treatises. She also moves beyond national narratives of art history to consider Morales as an Iberian painter who lived and worked at the geographical and artistic crossroads of Portugal and Spain.’
-Dr Laura R. Bass, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

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Table of Contents
List of Figures
Preface
Chapter I: Badajoz in the 1540s: City of Joy
Chapter II: Badajoz in the 1550s: Iconographical Licence
Chapter III: Badajoz in the 1560s: Meditation on the Life and Death of Christ
Chapter IV: Tridentine Badajoz and its environs: The Model Male Penitent
Chapter V: Both Sides of the Border: The Two Franciscos
Bibliography

Cyflwyno'r Awdur(on)

Jean Andrews

Mae Jean Andrews yn Athro Cyswllt mewn Sbaeneg, Portiwgaleg ac Astudiaethau Lladin Americanaidd ym Mhrifysgol Nottingham. Ei diddordebau ymchwil yw barddoniaeth yn y Saesneg a'r prif ieithoedd Romáwns, cyfieithu llenyddol, peintio crefyddol Sbaenaidd yng nghyfnod y Dadeni a’r Baróc, diwylliant gwyliau crefyddol yn yr un cyfnod, ac opera’r bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg ar themâu Sbaenaidd.

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