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HART 315-01/02: Medieval Manuscripts (Art History: Givans)

Course:
HART 315-01/02: Medieval Manuscripts
Institution:
MassArt
Instructor:
Givans, Duncan
Department:
Art History

Items

On reserve at a library:
  1. Art of illumination : the Limbourg brothers and the Belles heures of Jean de France, Duc de Berry / Timothy B. Husband.
  2. Artists of the Winchester Bible / introd. by Walter Oakeshott.
  3. Bedford Hours : the making of a medieval masterpiece / Eberhard König.
  4. Bible moralisée : Codex Vindobonensis 2554, Vienna, Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek / commentary and translation of Biblical texts by Gerald B. Guest.
  5. Book of Durrow : a medieval masterpiece at Trinity College Dublin / Bernard Meehan.
  6. Book of Kells : an illustrated introduction to the manuscript in Trinity College, Dublin / Bernard Meehan.
  7. History of illuminated manuscripts / Christopher De Hamel.
  8. History of illuminated manuscripts / Christopher De Hamel.
  9. Illuminating the end of time : the Getty Apocalypse Manuscript / with a commentary by Nigel J. Morgan.
  10. Illustrated Beatus : a corpus of the illustrations of the Commentary on the Apocalypse / John Williams.
  11. Imagining the past in France : history in manuscript painting, 1250-1500 / Elizabeth Morrison and Anne D. Hedeman ; with contributions by Élisabeth Antoine ... [et al.].
  12. Lindisfarne Gospels / Janet Backhouse.
  13. Medieval illuminators and their methods of work / Jonathan J.G. Alexander.
  14. Mirror in parchment : the Luttrell Psalter and the making of medieval England / Michael Camille.
  15. Pictorial arts of the West, 800-1200 / C.R. Dodwell.
  16. Prayer Book of Charles the Bold : a study of a Flemish masterpiece from the Burgundian Court / Antoine de Schryver ; English translation by Jessica Berenbeim.
  17. Scribes and illuminators / Christopher de Hamel.
  18. Scribes and illuminators / Christopher De Hamel.
  19. Seeing medieval art / Herbert L. Kessler.
  20. Uta Codex : art, philosophy, and reform in eleventh-century Germany / Adam S. Cohen.
Available online:
  1. (Alexander) "Chapter 2: Technical Aspects of the Illumination of a manuscript" from Medieval Illuminators and their methods of work
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  2. (Alexander) "Chapter 3: Programmes and instructions for Illuminators" from Medieval Illuminators and their methods of work
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  3. (Bucklow) "Chapter 2: The Metz Pontifical" from The riddle of the image
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  4. (Camille) "Seeing and reading: some visual implications of medieval literacy and illiteracy" from Art History
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  5. (Carver) "Chapter 1: Why that? Why there? Why then? the politics of early medieval monumentality" from Image and Power
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  6. (Clark( "The influence of the Limbourg brothers in France and the Southern Netherlands, 1400-1460" from The Limbourg brothers
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  7. (Cohen) "Ch. 1: the historical background, Uta and the Codex" from The Uta Codex
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  8. (Donovan) "Chapter 4: The Book of Hours in thirteenth-century England" from The de Brailes Hours
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  9. (Emmerson) "Chapter 3: Beatus apocalypses and Spanish monasticism" from Apocalypse Illuminated
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  10. (Farr) "Chapter 2: Folio 202v, the Temptation of Christ" from The Book of Kells
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  11. (Ganz) "Chapter 3: Mass production of early medieval manuscripts: the Carolinigian Bibles from Tours" from The early medieval bible
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  12. (Heslop) "The production and artistry pf the Bury bible" from bury St Edmunds
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  13. (Higgitt) "Chapter 5: Meanings and diversions in the decoration of the Book of Hours" from The Murthly Hours
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  14. (Holladay) "The education of Jeanne d'Evreux: personal piety and dynastic salvation in her Book of Hours at the Cloisters" from Art History
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  15. (Hull) "Chapter 2: Panels and layout" from Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Art
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  16. (Joslin) "Chapter 7: General conclusion" from The Egerton Genesis
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  17. (Kingsley) "Chapter 3: Sight" from The Bernward Gospels
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  18. (Meehan) "Chapter 3: Decoration" from The Book of Kells
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  19. (Meehan) "Chapter 5: Physical features of the book" from The Book of Kells
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  20. (Morgan) "Chapter 1: Illustrated apocalypses of mid-thirteenth-century England" from The Trinity Apocalypse
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  21. (Morgan) "Introduction and Techniques of Illumination" from The Douce Apocalypse
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  22. (Nash) "Chapter 1: Book production and the Arts in Amiens in the 15th century" from Between France and Flanders
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  23. (Netzer) "Observations on the influence of Northumbrian art on continental manuscripts of the 8th century" from The Age of Migrating Ideas
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  24. (Newman) "Chapter 6: The visionary texts and visual worlds of religious women" from Crown and Veil
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  25. (Panayotova) "Ch. 1: colour in illuminated manuscripts" from Colour
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  26. (Panayotova) "Making an illuminated manuscript" from The Cambridge Illuminations
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  27. (Penketh) "Chapter 14: Women and Books of Hours" from Women and the book
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  28. (Proctor-Tiffany) "Chapter 4: The queen's manuscripts and identity" from Medieval art in motion
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  29. (Pulliam) "Chapter 3: Human heads in the minor initials + plates" from Word and image in the Book of Kells
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  30. (Rudolph) "Chapter 4: The visual vocabulary of violence and daily life" from Violence and daily life
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  31. (Smith) "Chapter 4: Functions of the Book of Hours" from Art, identity and devotion in fourteenth-century England
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  32. (Verkerk) "Chapter 3: Principal Narratives" from Early medieval bible illumination
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  33. (Walker) "Chapter 3: The sacred text made visual" from Views of Transition
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  34. (Withers) "Chapter 1: Manuscript as medium" from The Illustrated Old English Hexateuch
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  35. (Wusterfeld) "Utrecht Psalter Catalogue" - Electronic reserve
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