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28 p, 10.5 MB Marian Tabernacles on Main Altars : Norwegian Thirteenth-Century Altar Decorations in Their European Context / Kuhn, Stephan (Universitetsmuseet i Bergen)
Art historical research often assumes that sculptures of the Virgin Mary originally stood on the northern nave altar in Scandinavian parish churches. However, evidence suggests that several enshrined Marian sculptures actually had their place on the main altar in the chancel. [...]
La investigación histórico-artística asume a menudo que en las iglesias parroquiales escandinavas las esculturas de la Virgen María se encontraban originalmente en el altar norte de la nave. Sin embargo, las evidencias sugieren que varias esculturas marianas dotadas de un tabernáculo se localizaban en realidad en el altar mayor del presbiterio. [...]

2020 - 10.5565/rev/medievalia.506
Medievalia, Vol. 23 Núm. 1 (2020) , p. 101-128  
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34 p, 10.9 MB Images and Altar Structures in Romanesque Catalonia : a Restored Virgin and Child Sculpture in the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya / Camps Soria, Jordi (Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya)
Medieval images that have survived to the present time are known to be decontextualised, and very often appear as isolated or free-standing objects, as is the case with statues of the Virgin and Child. [...]
Es bien sabido que las imágenes medievales han llegado a la actualidad descontextualizadas y muy a menudo como objetos aislados o totalmente exentos, tal como sucede con las tallas de la Virgen con el Niño. [...]

2020 - 10.5565/rev/medievalia.505
Medievalia, Vol. 23 Núm. 1 (2020) , p. 395-427  
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26 p, 13.0 MB (Dis)closed : Tabernacle Altarpieces in the Rhineland / Ralcheva, Pavla (Universität zu Köln)
Most of the tabernacle altarpieces preserved throughout Europe are fragmented, overpainted, and reconstructed, thus impeding a closer analysis of their image program. A detailed study of the earliest fully preserved representatives of this altarpiece type originating from the Lower and Middle Rhine as well as some other little-known late medieval examples from this region will cast some light upon topics such as the construction and evolution of the form as well as the iconography and media used in its creation and its possible impact on the spectator. [...]
La mayoría de los retablos-tabernáculo conservados por toda Europa presentan un carácter fragmentario o están repintados y reutilizados, lo que impide un análisis profundo de su programa iconográfico. [...]

2020 - 10.5565/rev/medievalia.504
Medievalia, Vol. 23 Núm. 1 (2020) , p. 157-182  
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42 p, 11.6 MB Tabernacle Shrines (1180-1400) as a European Phenomenon : Types, Spread, Survival / Kroesen, Justin (Universitetsmuseet i Bergen (Noruega)) ; Tångeberg, Peter
Tabernacle shrines from the period 1180-1400 are rare today, and not a single one is entirely preserved with its original polychromy and in the context for which it was made. Most examples are found in Scandinavia, Italy, and the Iberian Peninsula, which indicates that such shrines were a European phenomenon. [...]
Los retablos-tabernáculo del período 1180-1400 son raros hoy en día, y ninguno se conserva entero, con su policromía original y en el contexto para el que fue producido. La mayoría de ejemplos se encuentran en Escandinavia, Italia y la península ibérica, lo que pone de manifiesto que se trataba de un fenómeno europeo. [...]

2020 - 10.5565/rev/medievalia.499
Medievalia, Vol. 23 Núm. 1 (2020) , p. 17-57  
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13 p, 1.0 MB Relinquo ad ipsa tabula de argento... : la orfebrería en los testamentos catalanes de los siglos XI-XIII / Duran-Porta, Joan (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament d'Art i de Musicologia)
La abundante documentación conservada de época plenomedieval permite aproximarse con notable rigor a la orfebrería románica catalana, pese a tratarse de una producción prácticamente desaparecida del todo. [...]
Although very little Catalan metalwork from Romanesque Middle Ages remain, its importance as an artistic production and its social relevance are firmly revealed by documentary sources. This paper is specifically focused on wills from the 11th to the 13th Centuries. [...]

2014
Anales de historia del arte, Vol. 24, Num. esp. (2014) , p. 119-131  
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7 p, 285.1 KB El 'Baldaquí de Ribes' i les seves inscripcions : origen i noves propostes d'interpretació / Alturo i Perucho, Jesús (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) ; Alaix i Gimbert, Tània, 1970-
El Baldaquí de Ribes fou produït a Ripoll potser per a la pròpia església a mitjan segle XII, tal com hom pot deduir per la total i exacta identificació de les inscripcions que envolten la màndorla; aquestes i la del fris, de la qual hom ofereix també una restitució textual, permeten, així mateix, la interpretació iconogràfica i iconològica del cobricel.
The Ribes Baldachin was produced in Ri­poll maybe in order to protect and highlight the altar of the Church of Santa Maria of Ripoll around the middle of the twelfth century, as can be deduced from the full and exact identification of the inscriptions around the mandorla, and those of the frieze, which are also restored and whose meaning allows an iconographic and iconological interpretation of the canopy.

2013
Ausa, Vol. 26, núm. 172 (2013) , p. 247-257  
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31 p, 2.7 MB The Altar and its Decorations in Medieval Churches : a Functionalist Approach / Kroesen, Justin (University of Groningen)
It is the aim of this article to problematize the concept of the medieval altarpiece or retable. If handbook definitions of a formal nature are followed, many configurations which actually occur in medieval churches remain overlooked. [...]
El afán de este artículo es problematizar el concepto del retablo medieval. Si seguimos la definición formal como suele aparecer en los manuales de historia del arte, numerosas configuraciones que ocurren en la actualidad en iglesias medievales permanecen ignorados. [...]

2014 - 10.5565/rev/medievalia.247
Medievalia, Vol. 17 (2014) , p. 153-183 («Liturgica»)  
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7 p, 282.6 KB Els apòstols miren al cel. A propòsit de l'edició de les filactèries del frontal de Martinet / Calatayud Pla, Josep M.
This is the fust time the inscripcions from the Martinet altar frontzal are printed, identifying their textual origin (Acts of the Apostels I, 9-1 1) and incluiding the names of all the characters represented. [...]
1995
Faventia, V. 17 n. 1 (1995) p. 121-127  

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