Dinanderie: A History And Description Of Mediæval Art Work by John Tavenor Perry

By John Tavenor Perry

Прекрасная книга об истории средневекового искусства обработки металлов: меди, латуни, бронзы. Передавая знания из поколения в поколение, европейские мастера научились создавать невероятные по красоте и сложности произведения искусства из металла: вазы, кувшины, статуи, элементы декора, оружие и тд. Представленная книга –электронная версия раритетного издания, хранящегося в архивах Университета Торонто. a superb publication concerning the historical past of medieval paintings of metals processing: copper, brass, bronze. Transmitting wisdom from iteration to iteration, the eu masters have discovered to create the superb good looks and complexity of the works of steel artwork: vases, pots, statues, ornamental goods, guns etc. Presentation of the e-book is the electron model of the infrequent version kept within the information of the collage of Toronto.

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On the condition and state of culture of the inhabitants of the valley and its neighbourhood in the a little light This jewel century following the death of Charlemagne. consists of a circular plaque of rock crystal about four and a DINANT

It was once fixed over Sta. Sophia or one of the gates of the Palace of Bucoleon at Constantinople, and was brought home by some returning Brugeois, to whom Baldwin IX. had given it in 1204. It is said that originally it belonged to a Viking ship, part of the fleet of King Sigurd, THE ORIGINS by whom it was presented over the church. fixed denied, but it had this much more has a to the The much 37 Emperor, and by truth of the legend has been its favour, that the dragon in Scandinavian than Byzantine appearance.

ALTAR CANDLESTICK, TRIER from Trier This peculiar form of decoration, common both to Celtic and Scandinavian work, is found in the wonderful series of early Irish stick (Fig. 9). manuscripts, where the extraordinary combinations of interlacing lacertine bands, curved eccentrically one within another, have never been exceeded for richness and variety. It appears in the gilt bronze FIG. to. ORNAMENT, OLAND FIG. ii. ORNAMENT; GOTLAND ornaments of Scandinavia at an early date, as may be seen in the belt-mountings found in Oland and Gotland (Figs.

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