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eBook From Rome to Eternity: Catholicism and the Arts in Italy, Ca. 1550-1650 (Cultures, Beliefs and Traditions Medieval and Early Modern Peoples) (Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 3 Southeast Asia) ePub

by Ivor H Jones,Thomas Worcester

  • ISBN: 9004124691
  • Category: World
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Ivor H Jones,Thomas Worcester
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brill (May 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 278
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This book treats Rome, the arts and religious culture in Italy in t. .Papal Rome spoke, but even as Italian Catholics listened, they themselves also spoke, and wrote, sang, acted, painted.

This book treats Rome, the arts and religious culture in Italy in t.From Rome to Eternity: Catholicism and the Arts in Italy, Ca. 1550-1650 (Cultures, Beliefs and Traditions Medieval and Early Modern Peoples) (Cultures,. Medieval and Early Modern Peoples). Contributors include: Michael A. Zampelli, Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Fiora A. Bassanese, Peter Burke, James Clifton, Sheldon Grossman, Pamela Jones, Robert L. Kendrick, David M. Stone, and Thomas Worcester.

Until fairly recently scholars have seen the relationship between Catholicism and the arts in the century following the Council of Trent in predominantly negative terms. According to this traditional narrative, as the Church re-established control over its flock and reasserted its authority, it placed restrictions on the creativity of artists. It was intent on making these artists conform to the needs of the community at large, rather than to their own highly individual internal subjectivity.

Arts in Italy, ca. 1550 - 1650, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2002. The study of post-Tridentine art in Italy has, over the past two decades, enjoyed a kind

Arts in Italy, ca. of renascence, with the publication of a number of books, exhibition catalogues, and. articles on-inter alia-the most important papal projects of the period, the leading. historical figures of the Catholic Reform and their art patronage, Oratorian and Jesuit. Several of the essays in From Rome to Eternity considerably expand and deepen our. understanding of aspects of post-Tridentine culture in Italy, fulfilling the volume’s.

Cultures, beliefs, and traditions, 1382-5364 ; v. 14. Bibliography, et. PART TWO ARTS OF SANCTITY, SUFFERING, AND SENSUALITY IN ITALY Female Saints in Early Modem Italian Chapbooks, ca. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. 1570-1670: Saint Catherine of Alexandria and Saint Catherine of Siena89 Pamela M. Jones Martyrdom in Seventeenth-Century Italian Music121 Robert L. Kendrick 'Being Lustful, He Would Delight in Her Beauty': Looking at Saint Agatha in Seventeenth-Century Italy143 yames Clifton The Sovereignty of the Painted Image: Poetry and the Shroud of Turin179 Sheldon Grossman PART THREE.

During the thousand years of the Middle Ages, from the fall of Rome to the Renaissance, the papacy matured .

During the thousand years of the Middle Ages, from the fall of Rome to the Renaissance, the papacy matured and established itself as the preeminent authority over the church. Religious life assumed new forms or reformed established ones, and missionaries expanded the geographic boundaries of the faith One of the most significant developments of the late ancient and early medieval periods-for Roman Catholicism and all forms of Christianity-was the emergence of Christian theology.

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1550-1650 (Cultures, Beliefs and Traditions Medieval and Early Modern . The book is illustrated with more than 50 reproductions.

1550-1650 (Cultures, Beliefs and Traditions Medieval and Early Modern Peoples). This text treats Rome and the arts and religious culture in Italy, in the century or so after the Council of Trent. Clerical bureaucrats may have sought to impose control and uniformity, but the nine essays in this volume demonstrate the continuing vitality of a wide range of creative artistic production. Parts I and II explore themes of Italian artists as saints and sinners, and arts of sanctity, suffering and sensuality in Italy.

LUMEN, the Center for the Study of Lutheran Theology and Confessional Societies at Aarhus University will host the Tenth Annual RefoRC Conference on Early Modern Christianity in Aarhus, May 27-29, 2020.

LUMEN, the Center for the Study of Lutheran Theology and Confessional Societies at Aarhus University will host the Tenth Annual RefoRC Conference on Early Modern Christianity in Aarhus, May 27-29, 2020 more. LUMEN, the Center for the Study of Lutheran Theology and Confessional Societies at Aarhus University will host the Tenth Annual RefoRC Conference on Early Modern Christianity in Aarhus, May 27-29, 2020. You are welcome to register and to submit your short paper proposal. Topic Plenary Lectures: Reformation and everyday life.

This book treats Rome, the arts and religious culture in Italy in the century or so after the Council of Trent. In that era, clerical bureaucrats may have sought to impose control and uniformity, but nine original essays in this volume demonstrate continuing vitality of a wide range of creative artistic production. The book is illustrated with more than 50 reproductions.Part I and II explore themes of Italian Artists as Saints and Sinners, and Arts of Sanctity, Suffering, and Sensuality in Italy. Part III, Italy and Beyond: Rome and Global Catholic Culture, acknowledges world-wide dimensions of early modern Catholicism.From Rome to Eternity elucidates the rich and multifaceted character of Catholicism in Italy, ca. 1550-1650. Papal Rome spoke, but even as Italian Catholics listened, they themselves also spoke, and wrote, sang, acted, painted.Contributors include: Michael A. Zampelli, Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Fiora A. Bassanese, Peter Burke, James Clifton, Sheldon Grossman, Pamela Jones, Robert L. Kendrick, David M. Stone, and Thomas Worcester.