D'une montagne à l'autre. Etudes comparées, XIIIe - XVIe siècle

Abstract : The fifteen contributions that constitute this volume approach alpine medieval mural painting through four themes that allow us to go beyond the perception of alps as a cultural "isolat". Franco-italian studies on artists travels, sponsors, works and models exchange, religious iconographic choices contribute to the abolition of regional borders, in which, too often, is enclosed the discourse on artistic production or religious life in mountain regions. Images are in fact witnesses of cultural identities in a determined geographical area and, at the same time, its permeability as its relative homogeneity. The complexity of cultural and religious environment in medieval Alps is here underlined by detailed analysis of some cases, that cover most of the Alps.
Mots-clés : Art médiéval Alpes
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Dominique Rigaux. D'une montagne à l'autre. Etudes comparées, XIIIe - XVIe siècle. Dominique Rigaux (éd.). France. CRHIPA, pp.415, 2003, Les Cahiers du Crhipa, 2-913905-06-4. ⟨hal-01117132⟩



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