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48 p, 4.5 MB Central Italian "Tabernacula" : a Survey / Pasqualetti, Cristiana (Università degli Studi dell'Aquila)
This paper aims to provide an in-depth survey of grand-scale medieval Italian tabernacles and other types of closing altarpieces with all of their wings - or substantial parts thereof - still preserved (1200-1435). [...]
Este trabajo pretende ofrecer un estudio en profundidad de los retablos-tabernáculo medievales italianos de gran tamaño y de otro tipo de retablos cerraderos que aún conservan todos sus paneles o partes sustanciales de los mismos (1200-1435). [...]

2020 - 10.5565/rev/medievalia.515
Medievalia, Vol. 23 Núm. 1 (2020) , p. 183-230  
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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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44 p, 16.5 MB Minor or Major? : Castilian Tabernacle-Altarpieces and Monumental Arts / Gutiérrez Baños, Fernando (Universidad de Valladolid)
This article explores the origin and distinctive features of Castilian tabernacle-altarpieces. Less attention will be paid to the well-known specimens of the fourteenth century (as for example the Castildelgado and Yurre altarpieces) and the focus will be on some poorly preserved, fragmented and manipulated specimens of the late thirteenth century, for which proposals of reconstruction are provided in some instances. [...]
Este artículo indaga en el origen y en los rasgos distintivos de los retablos-tabernáculo castellanos. Por ello se presta especial atención no tanto a los ejemplares bien conocidos del siglo XIV (como, por ejemplo, los retablos de Castildelgado y de Yurre) como a algunos ejemplares de finales del siglo XIII pobremente conservados, fragmentados y manipulados, para algunos de los cuales se ofrecen propuestas de reconstrucción. [...]

2020 - 10.5565/rev/medievalia.495
Medievalia, Vol. 23 Núm. 1 (2020) , p. 231-274  

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