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Otto Vaenius and his Emblem Books

Édité par Simon MCKEOWN

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Table of Contents : Laurence Grove and Alison Saunders, Introduction: Transmigrations ; Noël Peacock, “ Alison Adams and Stephen Rawles: A Biographical Note ” ; Julie Makinson, “ Alison Adams and Stephen Rawles: A Bibliography of Publications ” ; Mara R. Wade, “ Emblems in Context : From the Early-Modern to the Post-Modern ” ; Peter Boot, “ What is Next in Digital Emblem Studies? ” ; Pedro F. Campa, “ Old Revival and Later Survival :The Religious Emblem Book ” ; David Graham, “ ‘Born Under a Bad Sign’ : Semiotics of Gender in French Emblem Books ” ; Paulette Choné, “ À Propos d’une planche des Archetypa de Hoefnagel et d’un «estrange poisson» ” ; Ralphe Dekoninck, “ Imaginer la science : La Culture emblématique jésuite entre Ars rhetorica et Scientia imaginum ” ; Judi Loach, “ Lions with Palms, Lilies or a Leash ” ; Arnoud Visser, “ Scholars in the Picture : The Representation of Intellectuals in Emblems and Medalsn ” ; Simon McKeown, “Contemplating Work in Retirement: The Emblematic Ceilings at Stora Lassåna and Spökslottetn ” ; Michael Bath, “ The City of Dames Tapestries: Building the Housen ” ; Daniel Russell, “ Emblems, Illustration and Memory ”.


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Otto Vaenius and his Emblem Books

Otto Vaenius and his Emblem Books

Otto Vaenius (1556-1629) was one of the outstanding cultural figures of the Low Countries at the end of the sixteenth and beginning of the seventeenth centuries. Admired as an erudite painter and writer who moved in intellectually elite circles...

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Titre Otto Vaenius and his Emblem Books
Édition Première édition
Volume 15
Édité par Simon MCKEOWN
Numéro 39
Langue Français
Éditeur University of Glasgow
Date de première publication du titre 01/07/2012
 
Support Livre broché
ISBN-13 978-0-852-61932-2
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9780852619322
Référence 39-15
Date de publication du format 01/07/2012
Nb de pages XXXVI - 316
Illustrations 186 illustrations
Illustrations, noir et blanc
Poids 720 gr
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