9780300101348

Tilman Riemenschneider, c. 1460-1531

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  • ISBN13:

    9780300101348

  • ISBN10:

    0300101341

  • Format: Trade Book
  • Copyright: 2004-04-10
  • Publisher: NGW-Stud Hist Art
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Table of Contents

Preface 7(2)
Elizabeth Cropper
Introduction: Learning from an Exhibition 9(6)
Julien Chapuis
I. THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT
One Soul, Two Bodies: Lordship and Faith in the Prince-Bishopric of Wurzburg c. 1500
15(14)
Thomas A. Brady Jr.
II. INDIVIDUAL WORKS IN FOCUS
Rudolphus de Scherenberg, Episcopus herbipolensis, Franciaeque orientalis Dux: Effigy and Rhetoric
29(10)
Hartmut Krohm
Tilman Riemenschneider's Kaisergrab: Type and Program
39(14)
Iris Kalden-Rosenfeld
A Newly Discovered Virgin and Child in Wurzburg
53(12)
Claudia Lichte
III. GIVE AND TAKE
Tilman Riemenschneider and the Tradition of Alabaster Carving
65(18)
Timothy B. Husband
Taste and Fashion in German Sculpture
83(16)
Till-Holger Borchert
Riemenschneider and the Graphic Arts
99(14)
Fritz Koreny
IV. THE SPECIFICS OF SCULPTURE
Polychrome or Not? That Is the Question
113(12)
Eike Oellermann
New Findings on the Original Surface Treatment of the Munnerstadt Altarpiece
125(6)
Rudolf Gobel
Christian-Herbert Fischer
Riemenschneider's Use of the Decorative Punch in Unpolychromed Sculpture
131(18)
Michele Marincola
Two Groups from Riemenschneider's Early Passion Altarpiece
149(18)
Axel Treptau
Niclaus Gerhaert von Leiden and Tilman Riemenschneider as Stone Sculptors
167(12)
Bodo Buczynski
V. RIEMENSCHNEIDER'S AFTERLIFE
A Fragile Legacy: Wurzburg's Sculpture after Riemenschneider
179(24)
Jeffrey Chipps Smith
History, Fiction, Memory: Riemenschneider and the Dangers of Persuasion
203(12)
Keith Moxey
The Making and Taking of Self-Portraits: Interfaces Carved between Riemenschneider and His Audiences
215(20)
Corine Schleif
References 235(13)
Contributors 248(4)
Index 252

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