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Miniature Paintings in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem e-book

Author:

Hugo Buchthal

Language:

English

Category:

Photo

Subcategory:

History & Criticism

ePub size:

1704 kb

Other formats:

mobi azw txt lit

Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Pindar Press (December 31, 1986)

Pages:

376

ISBN:

0907132294

Miniature Paintings in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem e-book

by Hugo Buchthal


The publication of Professor Buchthal's work on Crusader miniature painting represented a landmark in. .

The publication of Professor Buchthal's work on Crusader miniature painting represented a landmark in medieval studies, and for nearly thirty years this book has remained the standard work of reference on the subject. For the first time the illuminated manuscripts produced in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem were assembled as a group, from the twelfth-century Melisende The publication of Professor Buchthal's work on Crusader miniature painting represented a landmark in medieval studies, and for nearly thirty years this book has remained the standard work of reference on the subject.

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Hugo Buchthal (1909-1996) was a German-Jewish art historian, best known for his standard work Miniature Painting in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (1957). From 1965 he held positions in the USA. Biography.

Hugo Buchthal and Francis Wormald, Miniature Painting in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (Oxford .

Hugo Buchthal and Francis Wormald, Miniature Painting in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957), p. 76 n. 6. Hubert Silvestre, 'Enfin un manuscrit anglais du De vita et moribus philosophorum de Walter Burley?', Scriptorium: Revue internationale des Ă©tudes relative aux manuscrits, 13 (1959), 255-59 (p. 256, n. 5. Two East Anglian Picture Books : A Facsimile of the Helmingham Herbal and Bestiary and Bodleian Ms. Ashmole 1504, ed. by Nicholas Barker (London: The Roxburghe Club, 1988), p. Dora Faraci, Il bestiario medio inglese (Ms Arundel 292 della British Library) (Rome: Japadre, 1990), p. 258.

Hugo Buchthal was a Jewish German art historian, expert in medieval illuminated manuscripts and Byzantine studies. In 1957, he published the highly influential "Miniature Painting in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. In 1963 he was a visiting professor at Columbia University, New York, and in 1965 became the first Ailsa Mellon Bruce Chair in Fine Arts at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York.

The "Musterbuch" of Wolfenbuttel and its position in the art of the thirteenth century (Byzantina Vindobonensia).

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Miniature Painting in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem by Hugo Buchthal. Miniature Painting in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem by Hugo Buchthal (pp. 58-60).

The publication of Professor Buchthal's work on Crusader miniature painting represented a landmark in medieval studies, and for nearly thirty years this book has remained the standard work of reference on the subject. For the first time the illuminated manuscripts produced in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem were assembled as a group, from the twelfth-century Melisende Psalter to the later manuscripts written in Acre, following the fall of Jerusalem itself. Professor Buchthal provides an exhaustive description of the individual manuscripts, with each miniature reproduced. The author's photographs have been used again for this reprint, to maintain the high quality of the original publication, and the format remains the same. Professor Buchthal's examination of the material remains unchallenged, and subsequent research has confirmed the links originally suggested with Byzantine, French and Italian illuminated manuscripts of the same period. The scope of this work, which includes a palaeographical and liturgical study of each of the manuscripts covered, set new standards for art-historical research, and it remains invaluable both as a detailed introduction to the manuscripts and as the most comprenensive study of Crusader miniature painting that has yet appeared. It has been almost unobtainable for a number of years, and this reprint will be welcomed by art-historians and manuscript specialists alike.

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