Cannon, Joanna. Art, Politics, and Civic Religion in Central Italy, 1261-1352. Essays by Postgraduate Students at the Courtauld Institute of Art in Courtauld Research Papers (2000). 1 (2000).

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10515
 
Title:
 
Art, Politics, and Civic Religion in Central Italy, 1261-1352. Essays by Postgraduate Students at the Courtauld Institute of Art
 
Primary Author:
 
Cannon, Joanna
 
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editor
 
Additional Authors:
 
Williamson, Beth (co-editor)
 
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1 (2000)
 
Language:
 
English
 
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Secondary Source
 
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collection
 
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Published
 
Date of Publication:
 
2000
 
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Table of Contents: 1. Introduction: Secular Power and the Sacred in the Art of the Central Italian City-State - Joanna Cannon pp.1-17 2. The Decoration of the West Wall of the Sala del Mappamondo in Siena's Palazzo Pubblico - Thomas de Wesselow pp. 19-68 3. Reconstructing the Programme of the Tomb of Guido Tarlati, Bishop and Lord of Arezzo - Georgina Pelham pp. 71-115 4. The Reliquary of the Holy Corporal in the Cathedral of Orvieto: Patronage and Politics - Giovanni Freni pp. 117-177 5. San Ranieri of Pisa: a Civic Cult and its Expression in Text and Image - Lily Richards pp. 179-235 6. Coppo di Marcovaldo's Madonna del Bordone: Political Statement or Profession of Faith? - Gianna A. Mina pp. 237-293 7. 'Civitas Virginis'? The Significance of Civic Dedication to the Virgin for the Development of Marian Imagery in Siena before 1311 - Briget Heal. pp. 295-305
 
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Italy