The Imagined and Real Jerusalem in Art and Architecture
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Leiden : Brill
Radboud Studies in Humanities ; 2
Number of pages
xiv, 290 p.
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Kunstgeschiedenis (t/m 2018)
SubjectRadboud Studies in Humanities; Europe and its Worlds after 1800; Europe and its Worlds before 1800; Matter And Culture: Analysis, Discourse & Aesthetics of/in Material culture; Tourism, Travel and Text
In The Imagined and Real Jerusalem in Art and Architecture specialists in various fields of art history, from Early Christian times to the present, articulate a variety of cultural, religious and political implications of the visualization of Jerusalem. This collection of essays calls attention to two axes emerging from the study of Jerusalem in art: on the one hand, the volatile contemporary situation, and on the other hand, the abiding chain of meanings that history imparts to the city. From a contemporary perspective and within a broad historical context, the book discusses in depth a series of Western artworks, artefacts, and buildings providing new insights into memory processes and mechanisms of representation of Jerusalem.
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